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Our Latest Barn Find

Join us on our latest picking adventure. We uncover a 1-owner barn find that has been cast aside for 43 years and an encounter with a deer. This classic car will be restored some day, and is going into Dave’s

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1959 – 1960 Pontiac 4-bbl Air Cleaner – New Old Stock (NOS)


  Here’s a real find! NOS 59 – 60 Pontiac 4bbl Air Cleaner. It may be the only NOS one in existence. Look for this and other cool classic car parts on our eBay auctions page or contact us to buy ASAP.

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1967 Barracuda Hubcaps

These rare factory simulated mag wheel hub caps were laying in the trunk of the 67 Cuda. After we cleaned the dirt & pigeon poop off them, they came out pretty nice.  Look for these parts and more on our eBay

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New Old Stock (NOS) badges?!?!?! We don’t need no stinkin badges…


Well actually, we do, and love them when we can find them.  Scouring old buildings, auctions and some surprising places we find the parts you need for your restoration project.     Look for these parts andmore on our eBay auctions

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1968 Barracuda Formula S parts car just in


This just in: 68 Barracuda Formula S. It’s a 273 Hi Po car. There’s no title and no vin plates. The body shell including the rear frame rails are pretty solid. It’s loaded with goodies.  Look for parts from this

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1975 Dodge Dart – Parting out 1967 – 1976 A-Body and 1970-1974 E-Body disc brakes.


This just in. Another 75 Dart. This one is a little rougher than the last and hit in the same 1/4 panel. It has disc brakes which will fit 67 – 76 A body and 70 – 74 E body.

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1967 Chevelle Steering Wheel in amazing condition…


Check out this near perfect, original 67 Chevelle steering wheel in a rare color.  

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1955 Mercury Tail Lights


These 55 Merc tail lights were found in the attic of an old auto body shop. Being out of direct sun light for 40+ years really preserved them.  

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1966 Ford Fairlane tail trim panel


This hard to find 66 Fairlane GT tail trim was just found in the attic of an old auto body shop. Because it has been out of direct sun light for years, the anodizing and color are excellent.  

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GM Jack Trivia


Did you know Chevy jack hooks from 1964 to 72 ID the model and year?  See, we don’t just try to sell you stuff, we educate!  

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