Laurie G (West Warwick, Rhode Island) | November 15th, 2013
This plate bracket is perfect for a Camaro or Vet. It's not bulky. It's sleek and neat. A little on the pricey side, but well worth not being pulled over by RI's finest.
Jim (Orland Park, IL USA) | November 14th, 2013
when I purchased this item it was advertised as not requiring bolting into the facia. when i received the part, the instructions called for putting screws into the bottom facia. while that was better than screws in the front facia, I decided to pursue other options.
I decided to buy an OEM front licence bracket, flipping it upside down and installing with toggle screws through the grill.
Larry L (AUStin, Tx US) | June 4th, 2013
I liked the concept of not having to drill holes in the front of the bumper cover. I saw a few examples of the 2010 camaro where they had installed the liscense plate holder with the pop rivets as supplier by Chevrolet but couldn't see attaching as recommended. Reading the ad it gives you the impression you can install it yourself but you still have to drill holes in the bumper cover.The car sits so low I could even get the jack under it the car sits so low you can't drill the holes or reach up under the cover to attach the front bolts. The bottom line is you have to put on a lift to do the job!
Adam (Willoughby Hills, OH USA) | May 21st, 2013
Nice to take your plate on and off when you want to.
S Klindera (Bridgeport, TX USA) | February 25th, 2013
I refuse to put holes in my camaro, however Texas law requires a license plate on both front and back of car. We both get our way thanks to this plate bracket. Customer service was great, and I recieved my order in less time than promised.