What are GM Restoration Parts?

A GM Restoration Part is a part no longer being manufactured by GM, but the specs have been licensed to an approved manufacturer of automotive parts. Licensed manufacturers build these parts as close as possible to the original GM specifications, and whenever it is possible, the parts are manufactured using the original factory tooling. GM Restoration Parts include sheet metal, Corvette fiberglass body panels, interior trim, emblems, decals, suspension components, glass, carpet, lenses, belts and hoses, and much more. In an overview, the GM Restoration Parts program has been established because of the demand of car enthusiasts to have high quality reproduction parts that are as close as possible to the factory original.

The parts that GM discontinues and no longer markets, are eligible to become licensed GM Restoration Parts. Since its inception several years ago, the GM Restoration Parts Program has taken a leadership role in serving the needs of automotive enthusiasts, restorers and collectors by licensing many thousands of restoration parts previously unavailable in the marketplace. This program does more than simply seek to license companies that will manufacture and/or market the quality parts. It is also designed to provide an optimum network of licensed companies to provide a wider variety of licensed GM parts to the restoration and enthusiast markets.

Paragon Reproductions was a pioneer in the GM Restoration Parts program, becoming one of the original licensed companies. We offer a wide range of GM licensed products including chrome bumpers, exterior mirrors and engine brackets to name a few. In addition to the large selection of GM Restoration Part’s that Paragon manufactures, we also carry a full line of GM Restoration Part’s produced by other manufacturers. Look for the GM Restoration Parts logo proudly displayed on all officially licensed products, and feel confident that you are purchasing the highest quality and most accurate parts available today.