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Has anybody used Cars Inc. sheet metal here? I have a solid texas 70 Chevelle, but almost all the panels are beat up beyond repair. I like that the cars inc stuff is made in the USA. But i want to get the best fitting panel possible, so if it means supporting china, I guess it's what I'll have to do.

If you do have experience with the Cars inc stuff please let me know which body panel you used and how if fit.

I did do a search before I posted, couldn't find much.

Thanks guys!
 

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all the the cars stuff i brought for my 56 nomad was great fit and gage of the steel it self i wish they had the same for my 66 malibu i used goodmark china didnt fit very well gage is thin but with a little TLC they work
 

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Thanks for the reply. I know they have parts for 66's now. I think they just added a bunch of sheetmetal parts to their line.

Anybody else have any experience with them?

I know they go to a couple of the local shows. If you call up before hand you can pick your parts up at the show and they also give you a discount I believe.
 

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It's in the upper right hand corner of their website.
The website is "made in the USA!!"

As far as I know, There are only two Co's "manufacturing" these parts. Goodmark and Dynacorn. Its hit or miss with the panels. I got floor pans that were "made in USA. but my rear section, door skins and rear window panel, have "made in Taiwan" stickers on them.
 

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very impressive thickness with the tri five stuff I saw at Carlisle. Didn't see any Chevelle parts though :(
 

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Goodmark does not make any sheetmetal they are just a vendor...Golden Legion, Dynacorn and Jess Lai are your biggest companies popping sheet metal.
 
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