If you’re in the process of restoring a classic Chevy, then you are surely dealing with rust. It’s inevitable, as these cars are 40 and 50 years old — or more. To combat that rust, you will need replacement metal. Thanks to Real Deal Steel (RDS), you can get everything you need for your first- and second-gen Camaro, first-gen Nova, and Tri-Five Chevy. RDS has made a name for itself building all-new bodies of the aforementioned vehicles and they can also offer individual panels for the same. But, did you know Real Deal Steel can take special requests?
“In addition to our reproduction bodies, individual components, and accessories, we often fill special requests from customers,” says Joe Whitaker. “For example, last month we built a cowl/firewall section for a customer’s otherwise-solid Chevy II Nova. For another ’66-’67 Chevy II customer, we assembled a full floor pan for his solid, usable body. We built a complete roof section for another customer’s ’56 Chevy two-door sedan.”
You get the picture. If you need a certain section of sheetmetal for your classic to complete your build, just ask The folks at Real Deal Steel.