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The 1960s was arguably the most exciting decade in American automotive history. Gas prices were low and compression ratios were high. Manufacturers pumped out dozens of high-performance cars with large displacement V8 engines designed for brutal acceleration. GM, Ford, Chrysler, and even AMC equipped their mid-size models with exotic names and muscular looks in order to attract customers. They spent millions on ad campaigns to reinforce the performance image of their brands.

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Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style

Position: Lower

Control Arm Style: Tubular

Tube O.D.: 1.00"

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Position: Front

Free Height: 13.50"

Inside Diameter: 3.50"

Material Type: Steel

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303, 324, 371, 394, Mechanical Water Pump Type, Natural

Water Pump Type: Mechanical

Pump Flow: Standard

Adjustable: No

Housing Material: Cast-Iron

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Center Link Included, Idler Arm Included

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Center Link Included: Yes

Idler Arm Included: Yes

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$135.99
$142.92

Center Link Included, Idler Arm Included

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Center Link Included: Yes

Idler Arm Included: Yes

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$130.99
$136.97

1959 Cadillac, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component

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Tail Light Component: Complete Assembly

Position: Driver and Passenger Side

Bulb Type: 1157

Lens Material: Plastic

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Upper Position, Stamped Control Arm Style

Position: Upper

Control Arm Style: Stamped

Ball Joint Included: Yes

Bushing Included: Yes

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Rear Left Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style

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Position: Rear Left Lower

Control Arm Style: Tubular

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 11.00"

Mounting Bolt Center to Center: 6"

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$108.99
$129.99

Rear Right Lower Position, Tubular Control Arm Style

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Position: Rear Right Lower

Control Arm Style: Tubular

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 11.00"

Mounting Bolt Center to Center: 6"

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$188.99
$211.98

1969 Chevy Chevelle, Lens Tail Light Component, Red

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Tail Light Component: Lens

OEM Replacement: Yes

Position: Driver and Passenger Side

Lens Material: Plastic

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$108.99
$129.99

Right Upper Position, Steel, Steel Cross Pin Material

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Position: Right Upper

Control Arm Style: Fully Adjustable

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 10.00"

Material Type: Steel

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Fully Adjustable Control Arm Style, Steel, Adjustable

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Control Arm Style: Fully Adjustable

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 12.50"

Material Type: Steel

Cross Pin Material: Steel

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1959 Cadillac, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component

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Tail Light Component: Complete Assembly

Position: Driver and Passenger Side

Bulb Type: 1157

Lens Material: Plastic

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Center Link Included, Idler Arm Included

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Center Link Included: Yes

Idler Arm Included: Yes

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$152.99
$169.99

Buick, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, 2 Inch Spindle Drop

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Position: Left or Right

Spindle Style: Chevy/GM Custom

Spindle Drop: 2 Inch

Brake System Type: Disc

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Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Aluminum

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Radiator Style: Single Pass

Radiator Flow Direction: Crossflow

Material Type: Aluminum

Inlet Location: Upper driver side

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Control Arm Style: Stamped

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 15.50"

Material Type: Steel

Outside Length: 13.25"

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Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac

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Caliper Pistons: One

Piston Diameter: 2.75"

Rotor Thickness: 1.00"

Bore Size: 2.75"

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Center Link Included, Idler Arm Included

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Center Link Included: Yes

Idler Arm Included: Yes

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Universal Fit, Mono Tube Shock Type, Chrome

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Shock Type: Mono Tube

Shock Body Material: Steel

Shock Body Type: Smooth

Mounted Length: 12.50"

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Tubular Control Arm Style, Chromoly, Bushing Included

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Control Arm Style: Tubular

Mount Center to Ball Joint Center: 8.00"

Mounting Bolt Center to Center: 6.875"

Material Type: Chromoly

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$186.99
$195.92

Center Link Included, Idler Arm Included

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Center Link Included: Yes

Idler Arm Included: Yes

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Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac

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Video Available

Caliper Pistons: One

Piston Diameter: 2.75"

Rotor Thickness: 1.00"

Bore Size: 2.75"

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$193.99
$203.69

Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac

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Caliper Pistons: One

Piston Diameter: 2.75"

Rotor Thickness: 1.00"

Bore Size: 2.75"

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Buick, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Steel, Natural

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Position: Left and Right

Spindle Style: Chevy/GM Stock

Spindle Drop: Stock Height

Brake System Type: Disc

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Buick, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Front Position

Position: Front

Spring Rate Range: 300 - 399 lbs.

Spring Rate: 327 lbs.

Free Height: 18.00"

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Manual Rack Type, 45" Overall Length

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Rack Type: Manual

Overall Length: 45"

Center to Center: 16.00"

Turns Lock to Lock: 3.5

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Driver and Passenger Side Position, Round Rotor Shape

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Position: Driver and Passenger Side

Rotor Shape: Round

Rotor Diameter: 11 Inch

Rotor Type: Vented

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Hardware Included, 1.00" Tube O.D., Steel

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Hardware Included: Yes

Tube O.D.: 1.00"

Material Type: Steel

Finish: Powder Coated

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70-72 Chevy Nova, Plastic, Chrome

Material Type: Plastic

Finish: Chrome

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69-79 Nova, 1968 Chevy II, 1968 Impala, Stamped Steel

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Material Type: Stamped Steel

Finish: Black

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$199.99
$268.99

Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Aluminum

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Radiator Style: Single Pass

Radiator Flow Direction: Crossflow

Material Type: Aluminum

Inlet Location: Upper passenger side

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71-72 Chevy Nova, OEM Replacement Fuel Tank Style

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Fuel Tank Style: OEM Replacement

Fuel System Type: Carbureted

Fuel Capacity Range: 15.00-19.99 Gallons

Capacity: 16 gallons

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Hardware Included, .88" Tube O.D., Steel, Powder Coated

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Hardware Included: Yes

Tube O.D.: .88"

Material Type: Steel

Finish: Powder Coated

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Steel, Natural

Material Type: Steel

Finish: Natural

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3/4"-30 Spline End, 1" DD Female Spline End (2)

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Spline End: 3/4"-30

Spline End (2): 1" DD Female

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Control Arm Style: Stamped

Material Type: Steel

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Firewall Position, Disc Brake System Type, Natural

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Position: Firewall

Brake System Type: Disc

Outlet Count: Tandem

Reservoir Type: Integral

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429, Mechanical Water Pump Type, Standard Pump Flow

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Water Pump Type: Mechanical

Pump Flow: Standard

Adjustable: No

Housing Material: Cast-Iron

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Hardware Included, 1.00" Tube O.D., Steel

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Hardware Included: Yes

Tube O.D.: 1.00"

Material Type: Steel

Finish: Powder Coated

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71-72 Chevy Nova, Amber, Polycarbonate Lens Material

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Position: Driver and Passenger Side

Lens Color: Amber

Lens Material: Polycarbonate

Light Color: Amber

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Buick, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Front Position

Position: Front

Spring Rate Range: 200 - 299 lbs.

Spring Rate: 290 lbs.

Free Height: 18.00"

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8.75" Overall Length, 7" Center to Center, Steel

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Overall Length: 8.75"

Center to Center: 7"

Spline Count: 32 and 4 master

Material Type: Steel

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Front Position, Standard Eye Leaf Spring Eye Type

Position: Front

Leaf Spring Eye Type: Standard Eye

Length Eye to Eye: 26.13"

True Arch: 7"

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Pontiac V8, HEI / Male Cap Type, Magnetic Trigger Style

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External Ignition Box Required: No

Cap Type: HEI / Male

Cap Terminal Style: HEI / Male

Advance Type: Mechanical and Vacuum

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62-64 Chevy Chevy II, 8.325" Inside Diameter, Aluminum

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Inside Diameter: 8.325"

Material Type: Aluminum

Finish: Chrome

Hardware Included: No

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Bel Air, One-Fifty Series, Two-Ten Series, Steel

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Fuel Tank Style: OEM Replacement

Fuel System Type: Carbureted

Fuel Type: Gasoline

Fuel Capacity Range: 15.00-19.99 Gallons

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1969 Camaro, 1968 Chevy II, 69-70 Nova

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$116.99
$126.99

64-66 Chevy Chevelle, Firewall Position

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Position: Firewall

Master Cylinder Mount Type: Forward

Pedals Included: Clutch/Brake

Balance Bar: No

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62-65 Chevy II, 62-65 Impala, 64-65 GTO

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$198.99
$283.98

Universal Fit, Single Pass Radiator Style, Aluminum

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Radiator Style: Single Pass

Radiator Flow Direction: Crossflow

Material Type: Aluminum

Inlet Location: Upper passenger side

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The 1960s was arguably the most exciting decade in American automotive history. Gas prices were low and compression ratios were high. Manufacturers pumped out dozens of high-performance cars with large displacement V8 engines designed for brutal acceleration. GM, Ford, Chrysler, and even AMC equipped their mid-size models with exotic names and muscular looks in order to attract customers. They spent millions on ad campaigns to reinforce the performance image of their brands.

When Did Muscle Cars Start

There’s a lot of debate on the details of what a muscle car really is. The phrase was coined by the legendary Brock Yates after he drove a '64 Pontiac GTO for Car and Driver Magazine in 1964. From that point on, many called any mid-sized car platform with a big block engine to be a “muscle car.”  A few years ago, this was widely considered to be cars manufactured from 1964 to 1972; names like Chevelle SS396, Roadrunner, Cyclone, GTO, and many others. Time has a way of changing things, and the definition of a muscle car is no different.

Today, the term muscle car has expanded to cover a wider range of factory high performance vehicles. Many high performance cars were produced in the 50’s with special high performance V8 engines, among other early muscle car parts. The J-2 Oldsmobile, Chrysler Firepower Hemi cars, Rambler Rebel, and Ford supercharged Y-block machines are just a few. The early 60’s featured the bigger cars with the Super Stock style engines like the Pontiac Catalina Super Duty, Max Wedge Mopars, 427 Medium Riser Fords, and of course, who could forget the very fine Chevy Impala 409. The muscle car platform has been re-invented many times and even in the 80’s the venerable turbocharged Buick Regal Grand National still carried the torch. In our current era, Ford, GM and Chrysler are all still playing the game with fire-breathing LS and LT powered Camaros, Mustangs with ultra high tech Coyote engines, and the now legendary Hellcat variations of Dodge's Challenger & Charger. 

Muscle cars like the legendary 1970 LS6 454 Chevelle SS came from the factory stuffed full of factory muscle car parts like 11.0:1 compression pistons, solid lifter cam, aluminum intake manifold, square port heads, big valves, and a huge Holley carburetor sucking Sunoco 260 at an alarming rate. Muscle parts like these is what it took to be king of the street. If that wasn’t enough, in terms of the muscle car parts the factory put on, the Big 3 automakers all offered high performance muscle car parts over the counter to make those cars even hotter. Still not enough? The aftermarket did the rest; with the addition of a set of slicks, headers and other bolt on goodies, sub-12 second quarter mile times were well within reach. We don’t want to leave out anybody here; you can bet Ford, Mopar, Buick, Pontiac, Mercury, and AMC had muscle parts in this game too, and which muscle car was the fastest is a hotly contested subject to this day. 

What do all of these cars have in common? Everybody wants one, that’s what. 

Restoring these legendary cars to their former glory is one of America’s favorite past times. There are many classic auto parts enthusiasts, some of which make a hobby of collecting the classic car parts that came from muscle cars. Attend a classic car parts swap meet and see for yourself. That’s how you used to have to find original classic car parts for these prized beauties, combing a junkyard for those special parts for classic cars. Nowadays, a muscle car is such a prized possession that virtually every imaginable classic car part is available brand new for them in reproduction form. 

Typical Muscle Car Parts

A typical muscle car is comprised of many different muscle parts. Special cowl induction hoods, graphics packages, urethane bumpers, dual exhaust systems, racing shifters, and high performance engines are commonly found on muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s. The array of muscle  parts being made means there are many companies that specialize in one type of classic auto parts or another. Parts for classic cars can often be sourced from many different brands. Say, a fender, for example. You don’t just to have to settle for one company to make them because there are many. 

Speedway Motors is at the forefront of classic auto parts suppliers and now offers an armada of classic car parts for sale. Our classic car parts catalog, also known as our Muscle Car parts catalog, is full of classic car auto parts. If you want a bigger selection of our auto restoration parts supply, look no further. Nobody has a better selection of classic auto parts combined with fast shipping and expert support than Speedway Motors.