The holiday season offers us a special opportunity to extend our personal thanks to all of our customers who have helped our business grow through the years.
Some of our customers have been with us for years and some just as recent as yesterday. Either way, I hope we have helped you with the restoration of your GM Classic.
Christmas is upon us and the tree needs more presents under it! You can prepare your wish list and shop online by either visiting our online Nova Store or our GM Classics Store. Gift certificates can be purchased by family or loved ones so that you can have a GM Christmas! Forward this newsletter to give them some gift ideas!
Also, remember to place your orders early for our
2012 shows, as always, our space is limited! We will be updating our events schedule soon.
We recently received several interesting NOS parts into our warehouse, check out the section below for the details.
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!
Your GM Classics Crew
Need any help with your GM Classic, you know how to reach us!
From the beginning, Jerry was fascinated by anything with wheels. He pushed his own stroller, had an enormous collection of matchbox cars, then he moved on to building models and pinewood derby cars, he made a track in the basement for his electric Jeep, and then it turned to heelies, skateboards, scooters... Read more at Jerry Warfel's featured Nova page. Information was provided by Jerry's family for this memorial page to him which features his passion for all things wheels and the continuing work on the Nova he left behind.
December 2011 Prize!
We will be giving away a prize pack this month to a lucky customer! We will select the customer randomly from our December invoices and announce the winner in our January eNewsletter.
Street Machine of the Year:
Image credit: GoodGuys
Alex Covington - Columbus, OH
GoodGuys named Alex Covington's 1967 Nova its Optima Batteries Street Machine of the year. Read more at GoodGuy's article: Covington's "innovator".
1 of 6 Novas built in 1967 with the L-79 engine option and 1 of 2 documented known to still exist. The car retains its original engine block and rear axle.
Documented with the original warranty book and Protect-O-Plate along with a complete title history and the manufactures statement of origin.
Chevy 2 only 's catalog cover car. This nova has won many national awards and is the highest scoring restored nova in the history of National Nostalgic Nova. It has also been featured in muscle car enthusiast magazine.
Serious inquires only.
Contact Jack Duer at: +1-330-207-4355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org