Camaro Shift Boot

Muscle Car Review - - New Products -

OER now of­fers a re­pro­duc­tion shift boot for use in 1967-1969 Camaros with­out a con­sole. Re­plac­ing the boot en­tails three dif­fer­ent OER part num­bers. First is the boot it­self, made from a durable rub­ber that matches the orig­i­nal “ex­actly,” says OER. Next comes the shift plate, made from zinc die-cast steel with the cor­rect color black paint and sur­round­ing chrome edge. Third is the shift plate re­tainer plate, made from stamped steel. Or you can pur­chase these com­po­nents as a kit that in­cludes mount­ing hard­ware. OER is a man­u­fac­turer and doesn’t sell di­rect, but you can find OER prod­ucts at a num­ber of re­pro­duc­tion parts re­tail­ers, in­clud­ing Clas­sic In­dus­tries. In­for­ma­tion: OER, 800/955-1511, oer­parts.com.

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