Posted by Danny Howell on 11/27/2014 to Tech Articles
ATTENTION: Original Restoration Junkies!!!
Have you ever noticed just how dang hard and expensive NOS parts can get? Finding old used parts is hard enough, but NOS parts is next to impossible ... at least affordable NOS parts.
Sure, you can check out eBay, but have you seen the prices lately? I think GM made quality parts, but good grief, you would think some of these parts were made of gold!
If only there was a faster and cheaper way to find these parts ....
Well, you're in luck, here is the FASTEST and CHEAPEST way to get 1955-1970 NOS Chevy parts. In fact, whenever a customer is looking for NOS Chevy parts that we don't have in stock this has become the first place we go to find affordable NOS GM parts. It is a GOLD MINE!
Watch the video to learn this easy restoration tip and make sure to leave us your comments below ... the audio in the video isn't the best, but my son was so excited that he grabbed the closest mic to record this thing and get it out to you as soon as possible. I think the content is so good that you won't even notice the audio.
How do you find NOS Chevy parts? Do you have some other resources or tips for us? Share them in the comments below so that others may glean from your findings!
1967 impala ss convertible
Richard E. Nance
Great tip! The Howell guys are first rate!
order 57 front seat the seat was just what Danny said it was thanks every one
I've used PartsVoice years ago when Chevy dealerships actually still had a lot of the hard to find parts in stock yet. The prices were fairly reasonable back in those days before ebay was around. The parts are now next to impossible to find on PartsVoice and if you do have someone responding back, there prices are sky high. I've had better luck on ebay with prices although some are high I must admit. A lot of these dealerships are long closed and are not on PartsVoice anymore or if a part does get a hit, when you call them or email the part in question is long gone and they didn't update their inventory.
I bought the first 55-56 forged axles from Danny Howell. I was surprised buy the packaging, very well protected for shipment. The axles are great looking forgings and fit just like OEM. Looking forward to putting more horsepower on these axles. recommend to anyone who has had ome bearings come off, or twisted splines. Thanks to Danny and crew. Richard Fuller
I Have Close Friend With 1955 Nomad Wagon With Turn Signal & Horn Issue , Have To Fudge Around With Turn Signals Operation , Looking For Parts Diagram Of Column , Car Has Been Converted Over To 4 SPD , Original Column Is Still In Car , Minus Shifter Lever , I Have A Pretty Good Idea About Horn Problem , But I,m Sure Were Going To Need Replacement Parts For Turn Signal Problem , Do You Offer Catalog