1992 Chevy Camaro 25th Anniversary H/C/I Ls1 T56 Moser 9”

Price: - Item location: Caledonia, Michigan, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Camaro
  • Year: 1992
  • Mileage: 77,352
  • VIN: 1g1fp23e0nl158717
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1992 Chevrolet Camaro

For your consideration is a 1992 Chevrolet Camaro. I have owned this car for the last 16 years.


2000 LS1 stock block

New cleveite rod and main bearings

Durbond Cam bearings.

Resized rod caps with ARP 2000 bolts

ARP main stud kit

SLP timing chain and pump.

Cartek Stage 2X Milled 243 heads with their camshaft

Yella Tera 1.7 rockers.

Ported FAST 92 with a Nick Williams 92 t-body.

98 corvette fuel rail with 38 pound injectors.

Meziere Electric Street water pump

SLP under drive

Catch Can

Jet hot-coated hawks swap headers with coated y-pipe

Hooker cat-back

Electric cutout

Drive Line

2001 Stock T56 with Spec clutch and a MGW Shifter.

Drive shaft is aluminum 3.5 inch PST.

Moser Powder coated ford 9 inch, back braced, drain and fill plugs, 31 spline axles, true trac, Strange center section with aluminum pinion support


Willwood master cylinder and prop valve

Rear brakes are a Willwood 4 piston dynalite kit with parking brake for the 9 inch

Front are willwood FSL 4 piston on a c4 13 inch rotor

Kore 3 hubs ½ wheel studs all the way around

Braided hoses


Eibach sportline springs

Spohn upper Strut Mounts

KYB adjustable struts

UMI/Viking Rear Coil over kit

Spohn Rear adjustable trailing arms, adjustable pan-hard bar

Spohn sway bars

Spohn transmission cross member mounted toque arm

Powdered coated frt. suspension with poly bushings installed

Custom sub frame connectors


True forged

18X9 265-35-18 Nitto nt05 95 percent tread left

18X10 295-35-18 New this year Nitto nt05


Tinted windows

Alpine deck

Shift light

LC1 Wide band, Auto Meter fuel pressure and coolant gauge in custom pillar pod

6.5 Focal component speaker`s on all four corners

Amp and crossovers mounted in spare tire area

Dyno mat sound deadening

The powertrain swap was done correctly, using a painless harness. The ecm mounts in the factory position on the passenger side lower dash area. All factory gauges work and were calibrated for the swap. Check engine light even works on the factory instrument cluster as it should.

The paint is in very good shape. I had the front hood stripes painted on, also the fenders nose and doors were painted. The rear quarters and rear deck lid have original paint. No rust, no dents. Z28 Front grille was installed. All the original 25th anniversary badges are on the car.

The interior of the car is original, the seats, and carpet. The driver’s side seat foam is starting to show its age. The inside of the car is still very presentable of a 23-year-old car. No dash cracks.

The car has gone 120 in the quarter. Motor put down 430hp/394tq with the 9-inch.

Full discloser/problems

Drivability is great with the motor, the transmission how ever started to be difficult to get into 4th gear this summer. All other gears shift fine, just forth seems not to like high rpm shifting. Also no heat or ac, heater just needs hoses ran to the heater core. I have not had heater on this car in the last 10 years, so it might no be a bad idea to replace the heater core. Even with the above, I feel this is one of the cleaner third-gen builds out there and has tons of money into aftermarket parts.Thanks