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NEW CHEVROLET REPLACEMENT PARTS

Last Update: 1 December, 2014

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All "Original Billy Possum Brand" parts and all parts manufactured and/or sold by C&P Automotive are sold without warranty, either express or implied. Use of any "Original Billy Possum Brand" parts or any part manufactured and/or sold by C&P Automotive is used at the sole risk of the user.

Installation of any "Original Billy Possum Brand" part or any part sold by C&P Automotive signifies full acceptance of any and all liability pertaining to the use of said part.

======= NEW CRANK HOLE COVERS =======

1929-1930 Crank Hole Cover. A beautiful, exact duplication of the original Chevrolet crank hole cover. Die formed barrel, die stamped bulkhead spot welded in place, spot welded stiffener at the back end, die formed cap with tabs for fastening to the barrel. All of this is made exactly as the original. The cap is triple chrome plated (copper, nickel and then chrome). Unlike the original, the part is powder coated in gloss black (All 1929-1930 Chevy crank hole covers were painted gloss black). Finally, the latch spring is tempered steel, riveted to the bulkhead just as the original. To avoid confusion with the original, you will see the face of Billy Possum stamped on the lower part of the latch. Billy's face also tells you that this is another C&P Automotive product that sets the standard for quality Chevrolet replacement parts. p/n 355316 … $165.00

======= COOLING SYSTEM PARTS =======

1929 Heat Indicator (sending unit in cylinder head). An exception to the rule that we only sell parts which we manufacture: these temperature sensing units are original equipment (NOS). Most of the units originally installed in the front of the 1929 cylinder heads have badly corroded threads or simply no longer work. These are factory fresh! p/n 354903 … $120.00

1929-1932 Water Pump Rotor Baffle. The original 1929 baffle was made of steel and normally has rusted through. In 1930, GM began using brass baffles. This brass baffle is an exact replacement. p/n 835815 … $27.00

1929-1934 Radiator Outlet Pipe. A replacement for the steel elbow connecting the radiator hoses from the water pump to the radiator. These elbows are made of a heavier gage steel than the originals and have a baked black enamel coating for added resistance to corrosion. p/n 354564 … $19.50

1926-1928 Water Pump Packing Nut. This machined brass gland nut replaces the typically rounded and damaged cast nut. p/n 345538 … $27.00

1929-1934 Water Pump Shaft. (without rotor). A case-hardened shaft to replace the typically badly worn pump shaft. p/n 835818 … $12.75

======= ENGINE PARTS =======

1925-1928 Rocker Arm Shaft & Bushing Set (2 shafts & 8 bushings). These shafts and bushings appear identical to the originals, but the shafts are heat treated chrome-moly steel, giving exceptional wear resistance with these bushings. p/n 326448 & 341227 … $81.00

1929-1931 Rocker Arm Shaft & Bushing Set (2 shafts & 12 bushings). These shafts and bushings appear identical to the originals, but the shafts are heat treated chrome-moly steel, giving exceptional wear resistance with these bushings. Manufactured by C&P Automotive since the mid-1980’s, these rocker arm shaft and bushing sets are in hundreds of early Chevrolets. p/n 835558 & 835668 … $159.00

1932-1934 Rocker Arm Shaft & Bushing Set (2 shafts & 12 bushings). These shafts and bushings appear identical to the original, but the shafts are heat treated chrome-moly steel, giving exceptional wear resistance with these bushings.

For engines with rocker arm forging numbers 836763 or 836873 order:

p/n C&P836815AA .……………………………....................................…......... $159.00

For engines with rocker arm forging number 837417 order:

p/n C&P836815BB ……………………………….............................................. $159.00

1929-1931 Rocker Arm Oil Wicks (set of 12). These wicks transmit oil from the rocker arm shaft to the socket on the push rod end. Most rebuilt engines have left these out, endangering both the push rod ends and the adjustment screws. Identical to the original felt wicks. p/n 835677 … $13.50

1929-1931 Rocker Arm Oiler and Silencer Pad. Not an original part but one offered by Victor and most other gasket manufacturers as both an assurance of adequate oiling of the top end and also to help minimize top end noise. No modification necessary. p/n V48040 … $19.50

1929-1939 Valve Tappets (set of 12). One of the most common engine parts to fail. Typically the surface bearing on the camshaft fails due to metal fatigue. These case hardened tappets are ground with a shallow radius on the bottom to cause rotation, essential to long tappet life. p/n 838774 … $126.00.

1922-1927 Valve Push Rods & Push Rod Ends (set of 8 of each). These are exactly as the original rods in appearance, but are made of "Stressproof" steel for strength and induction heat treated on the ends (about Ύ”) to give long life. The push rod ends are case hardened. p/n 327769 & 327643 … $96.00

1928 Valve Push Rods & Push Rod Ends (set of 8 of each). These are exactly as the original rods in appearance, but are made of "Stressproof" steel for strength and induction heat treated on the ends (about Ύ”) to give longer life. The push rod ends are case hardened. p/n 348567 & 327643 … $96.00

1929-1930 Valve Push Rods & Push Rod Ends (set of 12 of each). These rods are exactly as the original rods in appearance, but are induction heat treated on the ends (about Ύ”) to give longer life. The push rod ends are case hardened as were the originals. p/n 836393 & 835840 … $96.00

1929-1934 Valve Spring Caps & Valve Stem Keys (set of 12 of each). Identical to the originals. Replaces originals which have enlarged valve stem holes in the caps and edge wear on the keys. p/n 836117 & 836120 … $54.00

1916-1928 Valve Stem Keys (set of 8). Identical to the originals. p/n 836120 … $9.75

1929-1934 Valve Stem Keys (set of 12). Identical to the originals. p/n 836120 … $14.70

1929-1934 Valve Springs (set of 12). Identical to the originals. Replaces originals which have fatigued or lost their original lengthen or spring rate. p/n 364912 … $48.00

1921-1928 Valve Adjustment Screws & Locking Nuts (set of 8 of each). Most of the original adjusting screws show failure of the threads, often galling in the locking nuts. Sometimes the nuts cannot be removed at all. These screws are case hardened to give strength to the threads and hardness to the ends which contact the push rod sockets. Identical to the originals. p/n 124929 … $36.75

1929-1933 Valve Adjustment Screws & Locking Nuts (set of 12 of each). Most of the original adjusting screws show failure of the threads, often galling in the locking nuts. Sometimes the nuts cannot be removed at all. These screws are case hardened to give strength to the threads and hardness to the ends which contact the push rod sockets. Identical to the originals. p/n 835664 … $54.30

1929-1954 Connecting Rod Shims (set of 12). These four-ply laminated brass shims of 0.002 in./ply are essentially identical to the original shims but are plastic laminated to facilitate separation. Packaged in full engine sets. p/n 364322 … $17.25

1932-1936 Main Bearing Shims (set of 2 each for Front, Center and Rear Main Bearings). These NOS (New Old-Stock) laminated brass shims of 0.003 in./ply are packaged in full engine sets. p/n 363706, 364402 & 363708 … Out of Stock

1927-1928 Oil Pump (gear type). These pumps have a capacity many times that of the original vane pumps. This is an exact duplicate of the gear pump which General Motors offered in the 1940’s for the early 6 cylinder engines. These pumps may require modification of the oil lines due to greatly increased oil flow. The installation of a Billy Possum oil screen & cover assembly is also required (not included, see 1927-1934 Oil Pump Screen & Cover Assembly below). Replaces p/n 360954 … $348.00

1929 Oil Pump (gear type). These pumps have a capacity many times that of the original vane pumps and, except for a new oil pipe from pump to block, require no modification to the engine. Just drop the pan and install the pump. This is an exact duplicate of the gear pump which General Motors offered in the 1940’s for these early 6 cylinder engines. (Even GM realized the inadequacy of the original vane pumps!) These pumps do require the installation of a gear type oil pump screen assembly (not included - see 1927-1934 Oil Pump Screen & Cover Assembly below).

Our own experience using this pump shows that a stock engine idles at about 10 psi and runs highway speeds (55 mph) at between 25 and 30 psi when hot, using 30 wt. oil. p/n 604506 … $348.00

1930-1932 Oil Pump (gear type). These pumps have a capacity many times that of the original pumps and, except for a new oil pipe from pump to block, require no modification to the engine. Just drop the pan and install the pump. This is an exact duplicate of the gear pump which General Motors offered in the 1940’s for these early 6 cylinder engines. (Even GM realized the inadequacy of the original vane pumps!) These pumps do require the installation of a gear type oil pump screen assembly (not included - see 1927-1934 Oil Pump Screen & Cover Assembly below). p/n 604507 … $348.00

1933-1934 Oil Pump (gear type). These pumps have a capacity many times that of the original pumps and, except for a new oil pipe from pump to block, require no modification to the engine. Just drop the pan and install the pump. This is an exact duplicate of the gear pump which General Motors offered in the 1940’s for these early 6 cylinder engines. (Even GM realized the inadequacy of the original vane pumps!) These pumps do require the installation of a gear type oil pump screen assembly (not included - see 1927-1934 Oil Pump Screen & Cover Assembly below). p/n 604508 … Temporarily out of stock. These pumps will be manufactured again with the next production run of pumps.

1927-1934 Oil Pump Screen & Cover Assembly. The investment cast covers are designed to allow these assemblies to be used with all models of the Original Billy Possum Brand gear type oil pumps, including the 4 cylinder pumps, where the smaller engine pan precludes the use of the original type screen cover. The screen and associated hardware are exact duplicates to the originals. p/n C&P838458, C&P838457, 838803, 838452 & associated hardware ... $84.00

1927-1939 Oil Pump Suction Tube (for Gear Type Oil Pump). An exact replacement for the original suction tube on early gear-type oil pumps. p/n 838452 … $3.90

1929-1930 Full-flow Oil Filter Attachment & Oil Distributor Valve.This unit replaces the stock oil distributor valve and provides for the attachment of a full-flow oil filter! All of the oil from the pump passes through the filter before being directed to the various bearings in the engine. All modern cars use full-flow filters to prolong engine life. Carefully designed to replace the existing oil distributor valve, this fixture fits snugly just forward of the carburetor. It does not interfere with the generator, the horn, the dipstick or the oil filler tube. This "Original Billy Possum Brand" filter attachment requires no modification to the engine whatsoever except for the requirement of an "Original Billy Possum Brand" gear-type oil pump, which your car ought to have anyway. Don't jeopardize your investment by using the old vane pump and no oil filter. Even General Motors eventually upgraded the oil pumps for these early 6 cylinder engines to gear-type pumps. Uses a readily available FRAM filter #PH46 or equivalent. This Filter Attachment & Oil Distributor Valve has been in test for thousands of miles over a period of more than five years with outstanding results. p/n C&P2008A which replaces p/n 362472, 836251, 835648 and 836512 Finally ready for delivery! ... $198.00

1923-1931 Copper Asbestos Gasket (for the main bearing oil line clip screws). A replacement gasket under the head of the screws which pass through the crankcase and hold the front and rear main bearing oil line clips in place. Two required per engine. p/n 105450 (Believe it or not, these typically are used in aircraft and sell for over $10.00 each) … $3.30each

1929-1936 Copper Asbestos Gasket (for the oil distributor valve bolt). When replacing the oil distributor valve a new copper asbestos gasket should be used. p/n 105451 ... $1.95

1925-1962 Copper Asbestos Gasket An original type copper clad gasket for the oil pan plug. p/n 344690 … $1.32 each

1929-1940 Exhaust Manifold Brass Nuts (set of 2). New old stock. Replace the old, damaged manifold to muffler header pipe brass nuts with these new replacements. p/n 838780 … $4.20

======= CLUTCH PARTS =======

1925-1928 Clutch Disc. This disc assembly, identical in appearance to the original GM part, is composed of a precision broached hub riveted to a chrome moly (4130) disc. Only brass rivets are used to fasten the no-lead, asbestos-free linings to the disc. Here is another part that we underestimated the demand for. We have now completed a second run. p/n 346764 … $141.00

1929-1931 Clutch Disc. This disc assembly, identical in appearance to the original GM part, is composed of a precision broached hub riveted to a chrome moly (4130) disc. Only brass rivets are used to fasten the no-lead, asbestos-free linings to the disc. We are now in our second run of these. p/n 836179 … $141.00

1925-1930 Clutch Pilot Bushings. We recommend that whenever a clutch disc is replaced the old pilot bushing in the end of the crankshaft be inspected and replaced if necessary. Badly worn pilot bushings may cause noise, not only with the transmission main input shaft but also with the wobble of the disc itself. p/n 344098 … $3.15

======= TRANSMISSION PARTS =======

1925-1931 Transmission Main Drive Bearing Retainer (with elastomer seal). This aluminum part remedies the problem of warp in the original pot-metal retainer and the elastomer seal prevents grease from leaking out of the front of the transmission. p/n 590409A … $69.00

Caution: Some transmission main drive shafts have a bleed hole forward of the main drive bearing. This hole appears to be somewhat random in its location. If the hole is present and located such that any part of it is within the range of 7/16" to 1/2" from the face of the main drive bearing, it is not recommended to use this retainer with seal.

1932-1936 Transmission Main Drive Bearing Retainer. We have acquired and offer a small number of NOS GM retainers in their original boxes. p/n 590550 … $30.00

1923-1931 Transmission Rebuild Kit. Due to bushing and shaft wear the gears in the transmission are allowed to move away from each other, increasing the load on the gears and causing excessive noise. This kit contains a hardened and ground countershaft and reverse idler shaft, countershaft bushings, reverse idler bushings and the main drive gear bushing. The expansion plug and cotter pins required for assembly are also included. All parts are identical to the originals but with sintered bronze bushings for long life. p/n 328671, 328662, 590236, 590199, 590412, 117923 and related cotter pins … $118.80

======= DRIVE LINE PARTS =======

1925-1929 Rear Axle (tempered chrome-moly). These axles appear essentially identical to the original ones but are machined from tempered aircraft alloy steel. Even though original GM axles are notorious for breaking unexpectedly, we had no idea how great the damand would be for our "Original Billy Possum Brand" replacements. The demand for these high-strength axles has amazed us. Currently our stock has been replenished by our fifth run of these parts. p/n 355519 … $324.00

1930-1931 Rear Axle (tempered chrome-moly). These axles appear essentially identical to the original ones but are machined from tempered aircraft alloy steel. Even though original GM axles are notorious for breaking unexpectedly, we had no idea how great the damand would be for our "Original Billy Possum Brand" replacements. The demand for these high-strength axles has amazed us. Currently our stock has been replenished by our fifth run of these parts. p/n 357497 … $324.00

1932 Rear Axle - Early Type (tempered chrome-moly). These axles are machined from tempered aircraft alloy steel but appear essentially identical to the original axles. Original GM axles are notorious for breaking unexpectedly. Our first production run has been completed and is now available. p/n 367513 … $399.00

1925-1931 Rear Axle Bearing Retainer Nut. Exact replacement for the nut that secures the bearing to the axle. Although a spanner wrench should be used, typically the old nuts have been damaged by the use of a chisel to install them. p/n 344280 … $15.00

1932 Rear Axle Bearing Retainer Nut - Early Type. Exact replacement for the nut that secures the bearing to the axle. Although a spanner wrench should be used, typically the old nuts have been damaged by the use of a chisel to install them. p/n 367517 … $15.00

1923-1931 Rear Axle Bearing Lock. Exact replacement for the lock that secures the axle bearing nut from becoming loose (with disasterous results). Replacement of used nut locks is essential. p/n 344281 … $9.00

1925-1932 Rear Axle Keys (set of 2). A replacement for worn axle keys. p/n 341839 … $6.75

1925-1931 Rear Axle Inner Seal Assembly (with modern elastomer seal). These seals prevent the differential grease from reaching the axle outer bearing. If the seal fails, the grease passes through the bearing and through the outer seal (only felt) onto the rear brake drum. These assemblies are identical to the originals except they have modern elastomer seals pressed in. These seals have become one of our best selling parts. p/n 344282 … $39.75

1932 Rear Axle Inner Seal Assembly (with modern elastomer seal). These seals prevent the differential grease from reaching the axle outer bearing. If the seal fails, the grease passes through the bearing and through the outer seal (only felt) onto the rear brake drum. These assemblies are identical to the originals except they have modern elastomer seals pressed in. These seals have become one of our best selling parts. p/n 367508 … $41.25

1925-1928 Propeller Shaft (tempered chrome-moly). An exact replacement for another one of GM’s fast selling parts. These early drive shafts usually break near the spline at the front end of the shaft. Also, most are found with substantial wear to the bushing area adjacent to the splines. Our Billy Possum Brand shafts are made of tempered aircraft alloy steel for long life. p/n 343871. Back in stock ... $348.00

1929 Propeller Shaft (tempered chrome-moly). An exact replacement for another one of GM’s fast selling parts. These early drive shafts usually break near the spline at the front end of the shaft. Also, most are found with substantial wear to the bushing area adjacent to the splines. These shafts are made of tempered aircraft alloy steel for long life. p/n 362126 … $348.00

1926-1929 Propeller Shaft Installation Kit (bushing, bushing dowel, seal, lock nut, pinion key & pinion nut). Replaces worn bushing with a sintered bronze bushing and the leaky seal which allows transmission grease to wind up in the differential. In addition to a new key and pinion nut, a new lock nut is required to insure that the pinion thrust bearing is locked securely to the drive shaft. p/n 325373, 347813, (seal replaces p/n 348134 & 357415), 346907, 325791 & 333432 ... $91.50

1926-1929 Propeller Shaft Bearing Lock Nut. A new lock nut is required to insure that the pinion thrust bearing is locked securely to the drive shaft. p/n 346907 ... $40.50

1930-1953 Propeller Shaft Bearing Lock Nut. A new lock nut is required to insure that the pinion thrust bearing is locked securely to the drive shaft. These are New Old Stock parts. p/n 595904 ... $40.50

1916-1929 Propeller Shaft Housing Bushing. Due to demand, these bushings, which previously have only been available in the drive shaft installation kit, are being offered separately. Identical to the original but with a sintered bronze bushing for long life. A bushing dowel is included. p/n 325373 … $30.00

1930-1933 Propeller Shaft Housing Bushing. Identical to the original bushing but with a sintered bronze bushing for long life. A bushing dowel is included. p/n 373507 … $30.00

1926-1933 Propeller Shaft Packing. A modern elastomer seal which exactly replaces the original cork and steel washers. p/n 348134 … $8.25

1929-1933 U-Joint Ball Packing (Slip Seal). These early Chevrolets are notorious leakers. This elastomer O-ring seal, which replaces the original cork, will help prevent transmission grease from leaking out of the U-joint enclosure. Replaces p/n 348132 … $4.50

======= BRAKE PARTS =======

1928-1929 Front Brake Cam Lever Adjusting Nut and Collar (set of two adjusting nuts, two collars and two check nuts). Replaces the original pot-metal front brake collars which, when corroded, swell up and bind at the swivel points. Adjusting the brakes then bends the adjusting rods - a very common condition which most 1928 and 1929 cars suffer from. These aluminum parts are stronger and will not bind up. The aluminum collars as well as the brass adjusting nuts and check nuts appear exactly as the originals. p/n 352243 & 352242 … $64.75

1929 Rear Service Brake Spring Set (4 tapered springs, 2 cylindrical springs). Original Chevrolet rear springs for the external service brakes were made of carbon steel and few have survived the exposure to the elements. Most are rusted and many are broken. These springs are stainless steel and will last as long as the car does. p/n 355904 &355912 … $39.00

======= CHASSIS PARTS =======

1925-1933 Pedal Bushings (set of 2). Worn pedal bushings cause side motion of the brake and clutch pedals, allowing the pedals to scrape against the metal flashing on the floor boards. A new set can make an amazing improvement to the pedal operation. p/n 351424 … $9.00

1926-1930 Brake and Clutch Pedal Shaft Kit. (including tools to remove old shaft). A tempered and ground chrome-moly shaft far superior to the original. The shaft is drilled and tapped for a grease fitting making lubrication of the pedals as easy as servicing any of the other chassis grease fittings. p/n 835724/836248 … $44.25

1931-1936 Brake and Clutch Pedal Shaft. A tempered and ground chrome-moly shaft far superior to the original. The shaft is drilled and tapped for a grease fitting making lubrication of the pedals as simple as servicing any of the other chassis grease fittings. p/n 836422 … $30.00

======= STARTER PARTS =======

1925-1934 Heavy Duty Bendix Drive Assembly with Spring. These heavy duty starter drives differ only slightly from the original in that they have a spring that is less likely to break. Also an improvement has been made in the way the drive gear is returned. p/n 342793 … $59.25

1925-1934 Heavy Duty Bendix Drive Spring (for heavy duty drive type ONLY) (includes both bolts and 2 lock washers required for installation) Although we stock this spring as a service to our customers, we expect few will ever have to be replaced. p/n C&P809690A … $31.50

1925-1934 Bendix Drive Spring (for original type drive). These are NOS (new old stock) springs from a sizable hoard offered to us from one of our customers. p/n 809690 … Out of Stock

======= CARBURETOR & FUEL PUMP PARTS =======

1927-1928 Carburetor Venturi. The original Carter venturi for the late 4-cylinder vehicles was made of pot-metal. Many venturis are jammed in the carburetor throat. These aluminum parts will give outstanding service. An original copper rivet is also included for installation of the venturi. p/n 346898 & 348470 … $15.75

1929-1931 Carburetor Venturi & Choke Cone Set. The original Carter venturi and choke cone were made of pot-metal. Most venturis are jammed in the carburetor throat and the choke cones often jam on the standpipe. These aluminum parts will give outstanding service. An original copper rivet is also included for installation of the venturi. p/n 836308, 836309 & 348470 … $39.00

1925-1928 Carburetor Bowl Nut. Replace those nicked, rounded and otherwise unsightly bowl nuts with a new part. Identical to the original Carter brass bowl nut. A gasket is included. p/n 345434 … $12.50

1929-1931 Carburetor Bowl Nut. Replace those nicked, rounded and otherwise unsightly bowl nuts with a new part. Identical to the original Carter brass bowl nut. A gasket is included. p/n 835868 … $12.50

1925-1930 Carter Carburetor Bowl Gasket. A replacement gasket for the float bowl on early Carter carburetors. p/n 23A-14 … $2.25

1929-1933 Fuel Pump Diaphragm. An exact replacement but made from a modern elastomer and fabric material for long life with modern fuel additives. p/n 1521552 … $5.25

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Prices: Prices are subject to change without notice. The prices given in this catalog supersede all previous pricing data.

Ordering: To avoid ordering mistakes, please state YEAR and description of part and quantity desired. If possible, check the manufacturer’s part number in the Chevrolet Master Parts Catalog with the part number in this catalog.

Payment: Company or personal checks will take approximately 1-3 weeks for processing; money orders and cashier’s checks will receive immediate processing.

Sales Tax: California residents please add 9.00% sales tax (please check with us as this rate fluctuates often).

Returns: C&P products are satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. All returned items must be received within 30 days of the date of purchase, and must be without alterations, disfigurements and must not have been installed. There is no warranty, stated or implied, once parts have been installed.

Shipping Charges: Due to the frequent changes in postal and FedEx rates, shipping charges will be determined at the time orders are received.

DEALER INQUIRES RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.

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THE BIRTH OF BILLY POSSUM

It all started in 1981 when Bill saw an ad for a 1929 Chevy sedan in Missouri. After an eventful trip towing the car to Los Angeles, Mike got the bug and found a 1930 Chevy Club Sedan in Minneapolis. The car was purchased after a drive around the block and, several months later, Mike, Bill and Bill’s 14-year-old son John flew to Minneapolis and drove the car home (2,100 miles) - more adventure than a lot of people have in a lifetime.

Right away you get the idea that these guys like to drive their cars. Trips to the Gold Country, mid-Oregon, Reno and Carson City, Nevada (numerous times) and across the Sierras became routine. Then there was "Mother of All Trips": Driving "Bomber," Bill's 1929 Chevy from Los Angeles to Chesterton, Indiana, leaving the car for a couple of months, and then from Indiana to Athens, Georgia, leaving the car there over the winter, driving it back to Colorado and then, a couple of months later, driving it home again to Los Angeles.

Altogether, Mike and Bill have put about 100,000 miles on their two cars and that continues to this day!

But, where to get the parts to keep these cars running - and running reliably and comfortably? First a set of brake parts to replace the pot-metal ones on the ’29. Then rocker arm shaft and bushing sets, followed by other top-end parts like push rods and valve caps. And a few other parts like transmission front bearing retainers and some carburetor parts (mostly replacing original pot-metal parts) have been produced as the need arose.

Finally the C&P boys could do their repairs almost as if they were working in a Chevrolet agency’s service section in the 1930’s. “That’s the way early Chevy owners should be able to do things,” says Bill. “The engines not only look great on the inside, but run as they should, the way GM made them to run.

Will we see YOU “on the road again?”

By the way, there’s an old children’s story about a mother possum who had three children. They all looked alike so they were all named “Billy.” But they each had very different personalities. Our “Billy Possum” was the one who hoped the car would break so he could fix it.

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1055 Hartzell Street

Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

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