Ray's Chevy Restoration Site
Locating Restoration Parts
- Many parts are available as reproductions. Try these
restoration parts suppliers.
- Your local GM parts dealership can still order certain parts for older
vehicles. Get the part number from an assembly manual and give it at try.
Reprints of assembly manuals are often available from the above mentioned
restoration parts suppliers. They also provide
valuable information about how the parts fit together.
I also have some GM part numbers listed on my
Nova parts interchange page (look for them in
the specific year listings).
- Classic Muscle
is the restoration parts division of the
dealership. They sell lots of original GM parts for older cars. They also
sell used and reproduction parts for items that are no longer available
- Junk yards, salvage yards, and swap meets are often good sources for
parts that are no longer available from the above sources. However yards
in some areas don't have a whole lot of older vehicles left.
- Online classified ad pages are another great source for parts.
- I have some
used parts for sale.
- Still can't find the parts you're looking for? Get a copy of Hemmings Motor News
They have classified ads that cover nearly every year, make, and model of
vehicle and their associated parts.
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