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As you all know locating any parts for these early Chevy's is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together.
There are plenty of forums out there and it's a pain trying to locate Chevy/GM parts tucked in all of those Ford, Dodge, Plymouth etc ads. Some forums don't like mixing restored cars with custom cars, we'll focus on the early BOWTIE's....but mix it up some. To be clear we love all vintage vehicles regardless of make..it's just tough locating the Govt Motors stuff!
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Today at 08:15:33 AM by EDNY
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Hey ..maybe some parts for someone?
April 17, 2014, 01:52:09 PM by TFoch
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3WBill and Chucks36 figured you might want to see this. Very nice original car.
April 16, 2014, 09:11:50 PM by Dugeman | Views: 49 | Comments: 4
One requirement for NJ inspection for a street rod is a parking brake. I have a 57 Chevy rear with GM disc brakes on my 32. I picked up a pair of new 80-85 Caddy Seville calipers . The piston can be manually adjusted for a parking brake. I have a Lokar floor mounted brake handle, and Lokar cables . Has anyone done anything like this ? I'm kinda flying blind on this. Another problem is the calipers on the rear were mounted on the front side of the rotor . I believe I can mount the Caddy caliper to pull from the back . Looking for ideas and advice . Thanks,
April 14, 2014, 12:58:08 PM by TFoch
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Located in Elburn, Illinois
April 14, 2014, 12:05:51 PM by David Galvin | Views: 37 | Comments: 4
I bought a 1935 Chevy Standerd over the winter, It has original engine and has 15 lbs oil pressure when cold and after driveing for 1/2 hour it is at 2 lbs, I am thinking on changing oil and useing staight weight 30. I noticed what might be a screen where the oil pressure line comes out I will investagate. Any Ideas on this.
Chevy parts car (thing) Vermont by EDNY
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