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Whether you’re making an effort to keep your cherished ride in tip-top show-condition shape, or in the midst of a complete restoration, the hunt for correct parts is always in go mode. A small piece, but always front and center when you pop open the hood, is the glass fuel filter bowl. The image above is a reproduction AC fuel bowl compliments of Shafer’s Classic Reproductions. Listed as part number GFB001, the fuel bowl includes a rubber gasket. Costing a mere $15, it is applicable to owners of a 1960-1962 Buick, 1959-1967 Cadillac, 1953-1964 full-size Chevrolet and Corvette, 1963-1965 Chevrolet with a 409-cu.in. engine or a four-barrel-equipped 340/400/425-cu.in. engine, 1955-1957 Ford Thunderbird and 1961-1964 Oldsmobile.
Direct from Hubbard’s Impala Parts are these Front Turn Signal/Parking Lamp Bezels. Reproduced for 1960 full-size Chevrolets, the chromed pieces – listed as Product ID # 60PLB – cost $59.99 each.
Last, bust certainly not least, Metro Moulded Parts recently announced that they now offer Tailgate Seals for 1969-1972 GM A-body four-door station wagons: Buick (Sportwagon, Sportwagon Custom, Special Deluxe, Skylark Custom), Chevrolet (Chevelle, Nomad, Greenbrier, Concours Estate, Chevelle 300, Malibu, Malibu Concours Estate), Pontiac (Le Mans, Safari, Tempest), and Oldsmobile (Vista Cruiser, Cutlass Vista Cruiser). Listed as part number TG16, the seal costs $124.95.
In addition, Metro Moulded Parts also released new roof rail weatherstrips (not shown) for GM B-body two-door custom coupes (body style ending in 47). Listed as part number RR5007-B and costing $99.95, they fit Buick’s Centurion, Chevrolet’s Impala/Caprice/Caprice Classic, Oldsmobile’s Delta 88 Royale and Pontiac’s Grand Ville.