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service parts for older cars

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mccomas, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. mccomas

    mccomas 1/2 ton status

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    can one of you put your porn and PBR down for a quic sec and point me to a web site to order service parts (trans filter, trans pan gasket, plugs and such) for my 67 camaro. i can not find this stuff local. thanks...
     
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    This is a joke right????????????
    You might try any parts store in the country.
     
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    mccomas 1/2 ton status

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    no joke dude. i have 3 in my town and non of them have catalogs that go back to 1967...
     
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    Ok what is the engine and transmission in it?
     
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    Go to a tranny shop, then swing by Wal Mart for the plugs. Their catalog goes back far enough to get the correct plugs.
     
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    Yeah, seriously...just find a later model that has the parts you need and use it as the look up.

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    Do some research on the parts you need, get the part numbers and go to the store.
     
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    Go to Autozone.com and look up whatever part you're looking for and get the part number. Their on line catalog goes back to 1930.
     
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    NAPA has parts books that go back pretty far.. depending on what you want, if you are in a pinch, have 'em look up parts for a 74 nova.. them and the camaros are the same car underneath..

    You can always get a classic industries or ricks 1st generation catalog too, and order stuff out of there.. If you need something out of a boneyard, again, tell 'em you want the part from a 74 nova.. saying the word "camaro" inflates the price a bit. This was how I got my disc brake setup cheap..

    if you want to know about any other GM parts that will work on a camaro, PM me.. I have a book with the hollander interchange numbers that tells you every part that GM made over the years that will fit on a first gen.

    Tom
     

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