For nearly 50 years Covercraft Industries has manufactured premium quality exterior and interior protection products for automotive enthusiasts, building a reputation for quality, durability and design. Established in 1965 and still family-owned, Covercraft began by manufacturing custom-patterned car covers for street rods, import sports cars and automotive aftermarket parts suppliers. Today, with well over 80,000 patterns, Covercraft is the world’s largest manufacturer of custom-patterned vehicle covers. Aside from car covers, Covercraft’s custom designed product offering also includes seat covers, front-end masks, dash covers, floor mats, window heat shields and canine travel items to mention most.
Headquartered in Oklahoma, Covercraft has additional manufacturing facilities in Texas, Mexico and Australia plus design centers in Oklahoma, California, Arizona and Ohio. Along with making product for the Automotive Aftermarket, Covercraft also has supply contracts with most Original Equipment Manufacturers which includes the likes of General Motors, Ford, Mercedes Benz, BMW and Porsche to name a few.
Covercraft has grown to over 400 employees…and they all put “Covercraftsmanship” into everything they do!”
Rick’s Camaros is your one-stop shop for 1996 Camaro parts. The 1996 Camaro was a 4th Generation Camaro. Spanning from 1993-2002, 4th Generation Camaros used new technology and material to produce plastic body panels over a steel space frame reducing weight and providing a new sleek silhouette. Thanks to a much improved suspension design, 4th Generation Camaro performance increased. Exterior features of 4th Gen Camaros included tunneled headlamps, broad taillights, a low “V” nose and even optional T-tops for the coupe. Coupes and Convertibles were available for the 1996 Camaro base, RS, and Z28 models. The 3800 series II engine became standard for base 1996 Camaro models. The reintroduced 1996 RS models included front and rear fascias, ground-effects side moldings, and a unique three piece rear spoiler. Last seen in 1972, SLP (Street Legal Performance) Engineering brought back the SS name by adding engine tweaks and 17-inch five-spoke wheels wrapped to the 1996 Z28 models. With its 305 horsepower LT1 engine, the 1996 Camaro SS was the first stock Camaro to break the 300 horsepower barrier since 1971.
In addition to carrying 1996 Camaro parts, we have parts for all third generation Camaro models available. We have the best prices and we have all the 4th generation Camaro parts and accessories you need to help you restore your 1996 Camaro.