1973 Chevy nova parts

Asked by Jan 26, 2018 at 12:18 AM about the 1973 Chevrolet Nova

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am fixing up a 1973 Chevy nova and need to replace a lot of parts. I’ve
looked on the websites classic industries, classic muscle, h&h classic, eBay,  
and parts geek. I can’t find some of the parts I need like a left front fender
extension, LED single lens (red), inner glass rubbers. Also, a lot of the parts
that I am finding  seem to be overpriced  such as $128.99 for a rear bumper
filler.  I’m looking for any recommendations on where I may be able to find the
parts and any advice on how to tell whether they’re reasonably priced. I have
also been to local junkyards and auto parts shops.

3 Answers

96,045

Keep looking. Restoring cars is a lot of work but this is why I prefer complete cars.

274,915

Try Swap meets and join some car clubs or online Nova forums. Like FOR mentioned , it's a labor of love. Some parts are not made in the aftermarket and it's getting harder to find original parts.

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274,915

You might also try finding a complete car for parts.

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