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To Do It All Over Again

We want to hear from people who have learned lessons while restoring their Chevy. What nuggets of golden wisdom are you able to pass along to someone who is just getting started in restoring their Chevy? We plan on compiling this list into a free guide that we will distribute for people who need help restoring their car.
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An Easy to Follow List of All 1962 Chevy Accessories

A complete and comprehensive list of 1962 Chevrolet factory installed options and accessories for all Chevrolet models.
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An Easy to Follow List of All 1963 Chevy Accessories

A complete and comprehensive list of 1963 Chevrolet factory installed options and accessories for all Chevrolet models.
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1960 Chevy Moldings by the Numbers

Whenever a member calls and asks if the Association has a certain part, it always helps if they have a GM number to go by. This month’s Tech Check shows most of the GM numbers for side moldings (also spelled as “mouldings”) for the 1960 Late Great Chevys. Some of the numbers have been omitted due to the fact they had been discontinued at the time of printing of this reference material. However, most of the numbers are still given and can be great help when looking for that hard to find piece of side stainless or aluminum. I hope that this information will help your search for some of those hard to find moldings. — The Editor
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Why it is Easy to be Passionate about Classic Chevys

Since its inception in 1911, the Chevrolet Motor Company has created reliable, stylish vehicles for the average American family. With a wide range of body styles and easy accessibility of parts, it is no wonder that classic Chevrolet vehicles inspire collectors and fan clubs with a passion for Chevys. Enthusiasts often become fascinated with the history of the classic Chevys that most appeal to them. This post explains their fascination and why you, too, should enjoy the classics.
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The History Behind The Impala

The Chevrolet Impala was close to becoming a different car altogether. The 1956 auto show featured a Corvette Impala dream car. The Thunderbird was going to switch from being a two seat sport car to a four seat design and Corvette was thinking about doing the same. The Impala could have had a complete different history than it does now. No one knows which direction this Impala could have gone.
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1964 Impala Super Sport

The Chevrolet Impala made its big debut for the 1958 model year. A full-sized automobile, it’s name was derived from the south African antelope. Through 1965, it was the most expensive passenger model that Chevrolet put out, and even though it was expensive, it became the best-selling automobile in the US, a time when full sized models were the rage. A distinctive feature for many years was that it had symmetrical triple taillights.
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December New Arrivals

NEW ARRIVALS 1956 Bel Air 4-Door Sedan 1960 Impala 2-Door Hardtop 1964 Bel Air 4-Door Sedan 1965 Impala SS 2-Door Hardtop
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Finally! Proven Steps to Convert Your Chevy Into a 4-speed

Editor s Note: I would like to thank Bill for this excellent technical article. It shows a tremendous amount of work and effort and is really appreciated. I am always looking for quality “how-to” articles for our publication. They do not have to be major articles like this one, but maybe a page with 3 or 4 photos. I know that we have a lot of talent out there. Why don’t some of you ace mechanics submit something for our great publication? Denny Williams
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1966 Chevy Caprice: Breaking Ground for Housing Luxury

The first generation of the Chevy Caprice was truly the greatest among all its later releases. This masterpiece of Chevy automotive engineering redefined the standards for cars that were currently making the top-line series for Chevy automobiles. The Impala had already enjoyed success, and this counterpart to a vehicle of this size offered a refreshing and innovative contrast. The Estate version of this model also made some landmarks in the world of automotive releases. The Caprice was the first car released by Chevy since 1954 to feature simulated wood grains as an extremely prominent feature of the total aesthetic design.
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