Our restoration parts are designed by licensed manufacturers to meet GM specs and labeled to keep your classic car or truck as true to original as possible. At GM, we make history every day. The GM Heritage Center is home to hundreds of the world's most significant cars and trucks.
The late s was a transitional time when poor quality vehicles with little horsepower and less than desirable designs were commonplace. By the middle of the decade, advances in technology helped bring conveniences, safety, and increases in horsepower. Before the late s, the average truck was very utilitarian.
Vintage Vehicle Services can document the type of options, build date, original selling dealer, type of engine and transmission, a listing of all options codes and production totals for your specific GM vehicle. This documentation is possible due to the Camaro being built in Canada. They offer this Certificate on all GM vehicles or newer and a must have for the Camaro enthusiast.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A secret for years, the private GM showroom displays vintage cars of owned. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
Once home to the Flint Road Cart Co. The restoration preserves a significant aspect of the shared heritage of GM and Flint, while creating a community space to help spur economic development in the city. Factory One is available to the public by appointment, with event space offered for rent for corporate, community, educational events and more.
Sonari Glinton. After more than years of ups and downs, General Motors has a lot of history. Most of GM's history is in the form of cars — hundreds of actual individual cars.
Vintage Air, the leading manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for classics, hot rods and street rods, has announced the release of its all-new ProLine Louver Balls for GM cars and trucks equipped with factory air. These CNC-machined billet aluminum louver balls are drop-in replacements for the round factory vents and replace the plastic originals. This leaves you with AC vents that no longer direct air in the direction you want them too.
So we took a tour of GM's photo archives and came up with this somewhat arbitrary showing of automotive designs from the company's heyday in the broad middle of the 20th century, before the first oil crisis and the surging presence of Japanese imports on U. We'll start here with a "market segmentation price ladder" of GM models from Cadillac sedan, Chevrolet touring, Pontiac coupe first yearBuick touring, and Oldsmobile sedan. So that is something they brought to the entire global car industry. And that's what their success was founded on, being absolutely brilliant at that.