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From its humble beginnings in Palm Springs in 1976, to its massive facility today in Huntington Beach, Classic Industries continues to grow with more vehicle coverage planned for this summer and in the future. Starting with hard-to-find parts for early Camaro restoration, Classic Industries has become the go-to source for OE-style replacement parts for many GM and Mopar vehicles throughout the decades.

Today, there are nine catalogs – including the just released Buick Regal/Grand National catalog – and seven more planned in the coming months. Current catalogs include Camaro, Nova, Impala, Tri-Five, Firebird and Chevrolet/GMC trucks, as well as Mopar and the aforementioned Buick Regal. Each catalog is full of replacement and performance parts to restore or restomod your classic musclecar.

In a recent Media Day celebration at the Classic Industries headquarters, CEO Jeff Leonard announced the new Regal catalog, as well as the upcoming Wildcat, Le Sabre, and Electra to fill in the Buick line, and to bring Oldsmobile into the fold with Ninety Eight, 88, Starfire, and Toronado cover in the near future.

But that wasn’t the end of it, as Leonard hinted at other lines coming up that he’s not ready to talk about just yet. We’ve had a little insight and can tell you that the upcoming coverage just might be a first for Classic Industries, but we’re keeping it quiet, too, so as not to stir the pot.

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Be sure to check out the Classic Industries website and order your catalog. For shipping in the 48 contiguous states, the catalog is free, or you can download the catalog right to your desktop. And as always, the expert staff at Classic Industries prides itself on walking the walk, so hit them up with your questions or suggestions, and get back to your project car now that you know where to turn.