• Parts Vendors

    Die-Stamped Body Panels:

    • Surplus Supply Co.
      P.O. Box 15133
      Akron, OH 44314

    Rear End Parts:

    • Tom's Differentials
      900 Kootenai Cutoff
      Ponderay, ID 83852
      (208) 265-8111
      (208) 265-5516 Fax

    Used Parts:

    Nationwide Junkyard Search Engine: car-part.com


    Chevy Engine Casting Numbers: MorTec, Inc.

    Downloadable Files:

    1965 Wiring Schematic

    1966 Wiring Schematic

    1966 Lube Chart

    1967 Wiring Schematic

    1968 Wiring Schematic

    1969 Wiring Schematic

    1970 Wiring Schematic

    Part Number List for Early Chevy & GMC Vans (6.5 MB)

    Front Bumper Guard Installation Sheet

    Diagram for Proposed Hydrogen-Powered Early
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