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Old 10-09-2008, 04:59 PM
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Cheap body panels 73 chevelle stock car

I was wondering if anyone might know were to find some of the cheapest skins possible for a 73 Chevelle. I just picked up this car as a roller for this years racing season and would like to find some skins to freshen it up. I haven't done a lot of research on this particular car, but I know for like monte carlos that most guns run in street stock you can get cheap panels from actual racing companies. Wondering if someone might know a company like that or ones that just have good pricing.
I believe this is a 73 anyway?
Thanks for the help in advance
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That is I think a 73-77 a body so any of the GM midsize body panels should interchange..you are looking at Pontiac Lemans Olds Cutlass and some Buick Century models in those years..

Also look at Speedway motors and or stock car products both on the web as they may have usable panels depending on your local rules..

Try Craigslist as sometimes those show up there..also place a classified here as someone near you may have some panels you can use..Some times guys will replace rusted or dented panels and have some left that work just fine on a circle tracker..

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That is I think a 73-77 a body so any of the GM midsize body panels should interchange..you are looking at Pontiac Lemans Olds Cutlass and some Buick Century models in those years..

Also look at Speedway motors and or stock car products both on the web as they may have usable panels depending on your local rules..

Try Craigslist as sometimes those show up there..also place a classified here as someone near you may have some panels you can use..Some times guys will replace rusted or dented panels and have some left that work just fine on a circle tracker..

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Thanks for the info I do most of my ordering through speedway And as far as there catalog goes I haven't seen any, but now knowing that I could use steel from the other models I should be able to find something thanks!

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Everyone is wrong so far , that car is a 70- 72 Chevelle and no body panels will interchange like the above post states, for a car thats gonna be crashed you could use El Camino stuff if you find , but trashing original stuff is a sin .
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