Vintage Chevy parts can be purchased at licensed vendors of Chevrolet restoration parts and from various online vintage-car-part retailers. Chevrolet's website has a current list of licensed vendors. The list is categorized by restoration parts and the companies that sell them. The list includes vendors' telephone numbers and email addresses.Continue Reading
Licensed vendors and manufacturers of vintage Chevy parts offer high quality, authentic parts guaranteed to fit. Chevrolet recommends buying from officially licensed manufacturers to ensure the restoration parts are designed to meet GM quality standards. Licensed parts keep the vintage car or truck as true to the original construction as possible. However, there are also vintage car collectors, sellers and dealers online who offer the same parts for less. Online retailers also offer periodic clearance sales.
Classic Parts is an online retailer that sells parts from 1947 Chevrolet models. It offers same day shipping for some orders. The Filling Station is another company that sells vintage Chevy parts online. The Filling Station also has a sales office in Oregon and takes orders by phone, fax or email. One can also find 1937 to 1981 vintage Chevy parts by checking Antique Chev. These three companies have been in the business of selling vintage Chevy parts for more than two decades.Learn more about Car Makes & Models
One purchases a classic Chevrolet car by locating the desired model on a classic car classifieds site such as AutoTraderClassics.com, OldRide.com or ClassicCards.com, as well as general classifieds sites such as Craigslist.org or auction sites such as eBay.com. Each seller sets his own payment requirements and shipping options.Full Answer >
The statement "Chevy is better than Ford" is an opinion that is largely backed up by one word that makes Ford owners tremble: Corvette. The 2014 Corvette Stingray is one of the highest honored vehicles of all-time, garnering the 2014 North American Car of the Year Award, plus over 20 other top honors from various publications.Full Answer >
There are several reasons why a Chevy could be idling rough. These reasons include bad spark plugs/wires, fuel injector problems, a crack or break in the ignition wires, simply having a bad grade of gasoline or even a damaged carburetor.Full Answer >
Chevy double-hump heads are stock cylinder heads that are very popular for use in Street Stock and Pure Stock racing classes because they can be race ready with minimal modifications. These heads feature small chambers for high octane fuel, smaller intake ports and larger valves for better flow. The ports, while small for a big street motor, are perfect for racing classes that require a 500 CFM two barrel carburetor..Full Answer >