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Classic Industries FAQ: Account Management & Order Tracking

Whether you're a new Classic Industries customer or you've been shopping with us for decades, you'll find several helpful functions on the Account Management page on ClassicIndustries.com. These include tracking packages, checking order status, viewing previous orders, changing addresses, and more. Read on as we explain a few of these features, and how they can help you get the most out of our web site.

DIY Nova Dashboard Restoration with Chevy Hardcore

Unless you're fortunate enough to be the original owner of your classic car, it's likely that you may find some repairs or restoration done by the previous owner. Sometimes the work is done properly, but in many cases, it's not up to par. To get your car back to original condition, you may have to undo botched repairs and replace incorrect parts. In a recent Chevy Hardcore article, the owner of this beautiful 1971 Nova showed how he repaired his car's dashboard using parts from Classic Industries.

1947-2013 Chevy Truck Generations - Quick Reference Guide

Over the course of six decades from 1947 to 2007, Chevrolet trucks went through many changes. The most substantial of these changes serve as the dividing lines between Chevy truck generations. If you're a classic truck enthusiast, you're probably able to spot these body style cues and recall the corresponding model year ranges, but those who are new to classic trucks may not be so well-versed. With this in mind, we put together a clear and concise visual guide to 1947-13 Chevy truck generations.

Classic Industries FAQ: Creating a Wish List

Restoring a classic car involves a lot of moving parts, both literally and figuratively. You've probably experienced the frustration of working on a project only to find you're missing a necessary component or tool. As the saying goes, "proper planning prevents poor performance." Making a complete list of parts and checking it twice before you begin will help your restoration work go smoothly. The Classic Industries Wish List function is an easy way to do this on a PC or mobile device.

Classic Industries FAQ: How to Use the Search Function

We often hear from customers who have questions about how to find the parts they need on ClassicIndustries.com. So, we created a quick-reference guide that explains how to use our search function. If you ever have trouble finding a certain part, be sure to remember the following tips from our Search Function FAQ.

Living the Life of Riley - a 1977 Ford Bronco Ranger

Some collectible cars and trucks lead charmed lives. They have been driven, pampered, and renewed over the years by the people who have been and who currently are their caretaker. Such is the case with a very solid 1977 Ford Bronco Ranger, owned for the last 16 years by Mr. Dave Kunz of Glendale, California.

Fabulous Fords Forever - the 35th Edition

The Fabulous Fords Forever show made a triumphant return on Sunday, June 13, in Irwindale, California. Drawing more than 1,000 Ford cars, including Mustangs (Classic, Fox Body, SN95, New Edge, S197, S550), Falcons, Cougars, Thunderbirds, Broncos, and F100s, and thousands of Ford fans, the long-running So Cal show was a massive hit in it's first appearance at Irwindale Speedway!

1965 Mustang GT - 32 Years Together

What was the first car you owned? Even if it wasn't an exciting muscle car or glamorous luxury coupe, you probably have fond memories of your time behind the wheel. Our first cars gave us independence and allowed us to experience the thrill of the open road. Fernando Guzman, of Irvine, California, was fortunate enough to have a very cool first car, which he owns to this day. He's held onto this 1965 Mustang GT for 32 years. In fact, it's still his daily-driver.

1969 Camaro - Glacier Blue Restoration

Restoring a classic car can be a great family bonding experience. Over the years, we've met many customers who told us how revitalizing a car helped them grow closer to a spouse, sibling, or child who helped with the project. Countless memories are made turning wrenches in the garage, choosing upgrades, and cruising to car shows in the completed vehicle. For John DiIorio, of San Pedro, California, this Glacier Blue 1969 Camaro was a fantastic father-son build.

1969 Mustang - As Seen on the Silver Screen

Some of our favorite classic cars have appeared in movies, and seeing them on the silver screen makes their real-world counterparts seem even cooler. The Bullitt Mustang, Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am, and Vanishing Point Challenger are just a few noteworthy examples. You'll rarely see those star cars outside a museum, but we recently had an opportunity to photograph a Classic Industries customer's car that had a movie cameo of its own. This 1969 Mustang convertible was featured in the 2002 film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.