Most of us gearheads watch the TV shows centered around building and restoring cars. We know that those shows are great opportunities to learn who has the right parts and how those parts work and fit. One show that relies heavily on Classic Industries is The Car Chasers, found on CNBC.
We caught up with the team at the Classic Industries booth at SEMA this year, and asked Jeff, Meggan, and Eric about how they go about finding parts for their builds. Jeff told us, “Every time Classic Industries add a new vehicle to the catalogs I am a stoked man, because I’m all about the one phone call.”
If you buy a car and they’re not making parts for it, literally you can have this dream build and it’s never going to come to fruition. -Meggan Bailey, The Car Chasers
Meggan says she is the money person. She wants to make sure that they can get the parts, and she knows that the extensive catalogs from Classic Industries will help them get their job done.
One catalog that helped Jeff out quite a bit is the Mopar catalog. He bought a 1970 Dodge Charger and wanted to build the car right. He knew that he could rely on Classic Industries to get the right parts to help complete the build.
Classic Industries has catalogs for Mopars and GM vehicles, from the 1940s through today’s modern Camaro. You can download the catalog for free from the Classic Industries website. It’s what The Car Chasers rely on, and that’s good enough for us.