Added two new parts vendors to The Chevrolet/GMC Truck Parts Vendors List.
tweaked a few other little bits here and there.
I added an article I found to the Moonshine page; Stories in the Shine.
Also, another book has been added to the ‘to look into list’.
The update to The Chevrolet & GMC Trucks Parts Vendors List is now complete.
I checked for active URLs, phone numbers, physical addresses, what era of parts they provide, etc..
Some places have gone out of business or maybe they just let their website go, so I took them off of the list. Many places moved locations, changed their phone numbers, etc..
Anyway, it should be ready for the road now.
As always, if you find broken links, or if you wish to share Chevrolet/GMC truck parts vendors that I should add to the list, please Send me a Message.
I have noticed several of the companies on The Chevrolet & GMC Trucks Parts Vendors List list have gone out of business, changed their website URL, lost their website URL, changed phone numbers or moved physical locations.
I am in the process of weeding out the bad links and updating where I can find current information. I’ve already cleaned up or deleted several entries on the list.
More editingto come, but I am done for today. Also, some of the companies have changed the year range they sell parts for, so I am updating that as I find it.
As always, feel free to send me any vendors you may find out about,
I did some editing to The Chevy/GMC Truck Parts Vendors list today.
American Classic Truck Parts, formerly of Aubrey, Texas has been bought by Classic Parts of America and moved to Kansas City, Missouri.
I try to keep the list updated with changes of the year range of parts each offers.. plus their contact information, websites, address, etc..
If you find any errors or know of some new suppliers, please let me know about them.
A fellow old Chevy truck pal online was asking about specifications on the rear axles for the 1965 Chevrolet trucks, so I scanned the info. into a file and placed it on the page in the 1960-1966 Chevrolet Trucks Information Section.
You can check it out here if you are interested in some dry technical specs. reading :
1965 Chevrolet Truck – EATON Single-Speed axle specifications
I added to the list a book I recently read : Moonshine! by Matthew B. Rowley to my Moonshine page.
Check it out if that sort of thing interests you.
I added a photo from Bama Blue of c10trucks.com to the license plate bracket page.
The photo shows the measurement of the bolt from the edge of the bumper.