It's a matter of pride that all GM vehicles, past and present, stay in pristine condition, and that’s why it’s important to look for Officially Licensed GM Restoration Parts for your project.
Whether you’re performing a full frame-off restoration or simply keeping your classic Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicle in top shape, our selection of GM restoration parts can provide the official parts your classic vehicle needs. 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.
GM Vehicle Identification Number Information Site
The GM Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) information site provides VIN-specific information for all 1972-present GM vehicles at no charge. Here you’ll see how to decode your VIN so you know how your vehicle was built when it left the factory.
GM Heritage Center
At GM, we make history every day. The GM Heritage Center is home to hundreds of the world's most significant cars and trucks. It also houses a massive collection of archived documents, artifacts, and assorted automobilia. From original brochures, manuals, and build sheets, to rare examples of badging and signage, this unique and growing repository reflects the historical accomplishments upon which GM is building its future.
The GM Heritage Center exists to preserve the past, showcase the present, and inspire the future. For a reasonable fee, the GM Heritage and Media Archive can provide a Vintage Vehicle Information Package, which will decode the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), the body plate/trim tag codes, and provide photocopies of product literature such as engineering specifications, paint and trim guides, and production volumes.
To order a Vintage Vehicle Information Package, or to take a look at all of the other information available through the GM Heritage Center, please click below.
Chevrolet Performance crate engines are a great alternative to rebuilding your original powerplant, and we offer a wide variety of engines for just about any application. Our crate engines can help save you time and money during the restoration process.
The mission of the GM Restoration Parts Licensing Program is to assist in the availability of quality reproduction parts for older General Motors vehicles. As an automotive restoration enthusiast, you have probably experienced, at one time or another, difficulty in locating and obtaining certain discontinued automotive parts. GM has worked closely with Equity Management Inc. (EMI) to develop licensees which will benefit the vehicle-restoration aftermarket.
GM assists licensees in obtaining original specifications, blueprints, and tooling (when available) for applicable parts, as well as the use of the Chevrolet Restoration Parts Emblem. These features allow for the manufacture and/or sale of quality parts with the same value and fitment as the original parts. EMI is GM's exclusive agent trademark licensing representative for the management and administration of the Chevrolet Restoration Parts Licensing Program.
**Tire balancing, tax, and more than 6 quarts of oil extra. See participating U.S. dealer for eligible vehicles and details.
ΔΔTire balancing, tax, and more than 6 quarts of oil extra. Northstar engines and select vehicles require more than 6 quarts of oil. See participating U.S. dealer for eligible vehicles and details.