Repro Chevy II, Nova emblems unveiled by California supplier

Repro Chevy II, Nova emblems unveiled by California supplier

Classic Industries adds the GM-licensed trunk-lid logos to its restoration-parts offerings

Classic Industries of Huntington Beach, California, has unveiled some sought-after trim parts for 1968-72 Chevrolet Chevy I and Nova models –reproduction trunk-lid emblems.

The emblems, one style for the 1968 Chevy II and the other for the 1968-72 Nova, are manufactured from quality die-cast materials and feature the correct factory appearance, including satin-black accents, with mounting speed nuts included.

This is the trunk-lid emblem for the 1968 Chevy II

This is the trunk-lid emblem for the 1968 Chevy II

“These emblems also have accurate factory markings on the back as originals and are officially licensed GM Restoration Parts,” according to a Classic Industries news release.

Classic Industries offers a range of restoration parts for 1947 to 2017 General Motors products, including Chevrolet, Buick, Oldsmobile, Cadillac and GMC; Mopar products for 1960-76 Dodge and Plymouth models; and a recently added line of classic Ford Mustang restoration parts.  The company also stocks performance parts for a number of popular U.S. vehicles.

For information, visit the company website.

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  • DrGary Katz
    May 19, 2018, 9:15 AM

    My dear, departed Dad (Of Blessed Memory) had a 1953 Chevy BelAir and passed that appreciation and respect for Chevys on to me. My 1st car was a gold 1963 Impala convertible…used. Great intro to driving the mean streets of inner-city Boston. Working class heroes…..Dad found me new 1968 Camaro, which I bought new in May of 1969….custom interior Kelly green (!) Convertible with white interior and top. Paid about $3500. for this exemplary Chevy…just saw a near duplicate Here…for 10x 1969 price…still a good deal. Dad passed away in 1998…wonderful man, who suffered agonizingly his last five years. We love ya, Pops…and maybe, just maybe, I can buy the same car you showed me…50 years ago. What a fitting Memorial to a good, hard-working kind soul. Happy Father’s Day, Dad. Love always, Gary

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