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We have a 1933 Chevy truck that we could restore. It’s pretty much all there but I’m not sure yet what kind of shape things are in.
Does anyone know if parts are readily available for these? Are there companies that specialize in them?
Have done a little searching but not finding much.

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Three places to go and research: Chevs of the '40s, The Filling Station and I & I reproductions. Also check out the old Chevy web site "Rusty Bowtie".
Thanks! There’s a lot of info and parts as well as more references. Much appreciated.
 

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When you get a car you have never owned the very first thing you need to do is "Move into the neighborhood." Find forums that may relate to your truck, find parts suppliers and go through their website a bunch, get catalogs mailed to you, move into the neighborhood. It is wild how even an odd car like when I had my 59 Rambler after moving into the neighborhood I could get parts with one phone call, you need to do that, move into the neighborhood.


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