Published on 11-01-2010 12:29 PM
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If you'd like to replace the old worn out and pitted front door handles on your Chevelle restoration project, Greg's Automotive has the answer with these high quality 64 to 65 front door handle assemblies. Each handle will work for either 2 or 4 Door models.
These handles are made and assembled in the USA with the finest quality components available and include a show car quality chrome finish.
Also unlike other handles on the market, ours come complete with the push button assembly already installed, and they also include all the necessary gaskets and hardware and are Made to fit and made to last.
A new LED retro-fit for 1967-1969 Ford Mustangs has just been introduced by Technostalgia. The new kit converts the aft lighting on classic Mustangs to super-bright LED, as well as adds sequential turn signals and RapidFire brake lights, said the company. The sequential turn signals light each of the three light segments in sequence to indicate the turn direction.
The RapidFire brake lights flash the lights three times followed by a bright, constant light. They will repeat any time the brake pedal is pressed. The new kit includes LED arrays, LED driving electronics, necessary wiring, stainless steel brackets and an LED turn signal flasher.
Both the turn signals and the RapidFire brake lights can be turned off individually by the end-user. According to the company, installation of the kit takes less than 30 minutes.
Hobby Auto Restoration: Primer and Sanding
A few years ago, my family and I restored a 1976 Camaro. We started with a rusty, dented 76 body, bought out of a junkyard with a running motor for two hundred dollars. From there, we replaced the original front clip with a 1970 1/2 Rally Sport front and also welded on a 1973 tail end. If you are unfamiliar with this ear of Camaro, 1970 1/2 through 1973 are almost identical. Other than the front and rear, the rest of the body did not change much from those three years to the 1976 either.
Original Parts Group Inc.
Reproduction ’64–’65 and ’66–’67 Chevelle and El Camino Shifter Assembly
Original Parts Group Inc. is now reproducing the complete console-mounted automatic shifter assembly found in
’64–’65 and ’66–’67 Chevelles and El Caminos. According to the company, these durable, rugged-built new shifters are virtually identical to the factory originals in fit and finish. Included with these completely assembled shifters are an authentic steel base (case-hardened), shift handles, a shift arm and lever, rubber grommets and clips.