Chevrolet (Chevy) Camaro Auto Transport

2010 Chevrolet CamaroThe Chevrolet Camaro is one of Chevy’s most-recognized models, though it hasn’t always been that way. It was introduced in 1966 and sold well for over thirty years; near the late-90’s, however, continued (bad) changes in its design and features led a lot of Camaro enthusiasts to just about give up on the line, and it was eventually discontinued in 2002. In 2009, however, under heavy pressure from fans, Chevrolet re-introduced the Camaro in 2009, featuring a brand-new design that hearkens back to the classic designs that the Camaro was famous for, and it has sold incredibly well since. With new technology and better fuel efficiency than in years past, the Camaro has become the standard yet again for the company. In years past it has been labeled both a sports car and a pony car (like the Ford Mustang), but currently it is considered a sports car. As of 2012 the Camaro comes available in six models: the 1LS, 2LS, 1LT, 2LT, 1SS and 2SS.


The 1LS features a 3.6L, 323 horsepower V6 engine and comes with a manual transmission only, though it does feature steering-wheel mounted cruise control options, Bluetooth compatibility, OnStar support for six months and Sirius XM satellite radio. The 2LS features an automatic transmission as well as slightly better fuel economy, but it is still basically the 1LS with a few more bells and whistles. The 1LT, on the other hand, features upgrades such as sport seats and fog lamps, but still has the same 3.6L engine featured on the 1LS and 2LS. The 2LT features the same engine as well, along with standard options on all previous models, along with upgrades such as better, nicer wheels, a Boston-powered sound system, a cool heads-up display and additional USB ports. The SS models, however, feature a 6.2L v8 engine that gives the car 426 horsepower. They also feature a limited-slip rear differential and better disc brakes, but they are more expensive.


While the Camaro’s design has come and gone, changed and re-changed again and again, the basic layout and size of the vehicle has remained pretty much consistent throughout the many years it’s been available for purchase. This gives auto transport companies a great basis for pricing a Camaro for shipment and, because of its size, avoid such things as overweight or oversize shipping fees. The biggest factor that you’ll see when it comes to your specific car transport price is the pickup and delivery locations, as well as the type of carrier you want shipping your car. If you’re shipping from, say, Los Angeles to Boston, you will have a much easier time finding transport, though it will be a bit more expensive because of the distance than, for instance, Los Angeles to Seattle. But you may be looking at much the same prices if you’re shipping from Fargo, North Dakota to Savannah, Georgia, as Fargo is in the middle of nowhere. You should always talk to your specific auto transportation representative about your price if you feel you’re paying too much or your Camaro isn’t getting shipped fast enough.


But regardless of where you’re shipping from or to, Automobile Shipping Quotes is here to help. Fill out our free online vehicle shipping quote request form and you’ll receive up to ten free auto transport quotes from reliable and reputable vehicle transportation companies. Our companies are pre-screened for compliance with federal regulations and laws by our helpful staff, so you can rest at ease knowing that the quotes you’ll receive once you fill out our form will be from the best auto shipping companies in the industry. You can also give us a call on our toll-free telephone number and talk to our own live representatives, who can answer any questions you have about the basics of auto transport as well as give you tips and direction for getting your vehicle moved as hassle-free and as cheap as possible. So whether you’d rather fill out our form or give us a call, find out what Automobile Shipping Quotes can do for you and your auto transportation needs.


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