Helpful Chevy & GMC Truck Links
American Classic Truck Parts (940) 365-9786 www.americanclassic.com; Engine & mechanical parts
Benchwick Carburetor Rebuilders, 5633 W. Garfield Rd, Salem, OH 44460 Phone (330) 782-3767 ask for Harry. Reasonable prices and fast turn-around.
Olcar Bearing Company (George Bachleda “The bearing doctor”) firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone (910)693-3324 Specializes in bearings and seals for antique vehicles
Chevy’s of the 40’s (800) 999-2438 www.chevsofthe40s.com
Good source for engine & mechanical parts. You can talk to a knowledgeable person when you call.
Jim Carter Antique Truck Parts (800) 862-1913 www.oldchevytrucks.biz
Engine & mechanical parts; very informative website; customer service could be better.
Ficken Wiper Service: www.Wiperman.com (631)587-3332 M-F 9-5 EST Worlds largest source of Trico wiper parts and service. The best for your vacuum wipers
Northwest Transmission Parts, Winchester, OH Ph. 937-442-2811 e-mail: email@example.com. This company is very knowledgeable about hard to find seals and customer service is outstanding.
Obsolete Chevrolet Parts (800)248-8785 www.obschevy.com
Good selection of 235 engine & mechanical parts
Patricks Antique Cars & Trucks www.patricksantiquecars.com
Engine & mechanical parts primarily ’52 and later for 235’s; Very knowledgeable
The Filling Station (800)841-6622 www.fillingstation.com
Engine & mechanical parts for civilian Chevy & GMC trucks (with many shared parts to G506 and G508
Transmission Exchange Company, 1803 N.E. MLKing Blvd. Portland, Oregon 97212 Ph. 800-776-1191 www.txchange.com Have internal parts for transmission. Salesperson named Phil. Very knowledgeable and great customer service. (Submitted by John Gott)
Frank von Rosenstiel (705)437-3757 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOS mechanical and military body parts and accessories for Chevys & CCKW’s. Helpful & knowledgeable.
JATonkaM35s, John Tennis (518) 993-2700 www.jatonkam35s.com
email: email@example.com John has new oak reproduction CCKW and Chevy top bows
Stovebolt Six www.stovebolt.com/index.htm This is a great forum for all kinds of Chevy sources, discussions and tips.
CCKW.Org This site is hosted by Bill Wolf and has tons of pictures and helpful info. Well worth the visit.
WWII Chevrolet and GMC Truck Forum http://disc.server.com/Indices/183912.html
This is a great place to pose questions to the experts.
Military Vehicle Preservation Association (MVPA) This national association is dedicated to the support of historical military vehicle enthusiasts. Contact them at (816) 833-MVPA or go to www.mvpa.org for more information. If you are not a member, become one today.
Regional Organizations There are local chapters of the MVPA throughout the country. Generally dues are very inexpensive and you can belong to more than one in your region. VOV supports the NY-PENN Military Vehicle Collectors Club ( www.ny-pennmvcc.com), Redball Military Transport (www.redballonline.org) and others.
The Canadian Maple Leaf Up Forum has a wealth of information and links for the collector. www.mapleleafforum.com Great site.
Rick Larsen Stencils Their paint masking stencils are the best way to go in painting your truck. Use the gauge masks for your cab gauges. (413)269-0058 www.militarystencils.com
Vintage Wiring of Maine Joe Hall has complete harnesses for both Chevy and GMC. Instructions are complete and thorough. www.vintagewiringofmaine.com email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (207) 465-3431.
Military Vehicle Repair and Restoration Ron Leatherman in Albion, Indiana provides quality restoration services for all makes and models of military vehicles. www.mv-restoration.com (260) 740-7435
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Just great links
Vernco’s http://vernco.com/id427.htm This site will bring tears to your eyes for it’s humor and poignancy. It is one of my favorites (even if he is a “jeep” guy).
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