Welcome to Auto Metal Direct (AMD) - your one stop source for high quality body panels. Our staff has extensive experience in the collector car / restoration trade and will be happy to assist you. Check out our extensive inventory and let us help you get your car back in top condition!
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Parts indicated are officially manufactured and licensed under the General Motors Restoration Parts Program. Logos and trademarks of various manufacturers are used under license by AMD and our suppliers. Any descriptions bearing trade-marked names are for application reference only.
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Our panels are made from proper gauge steel and include all correct-as-original clips, tabs, flanges, bends and seams. Each time a prototype body panel comes off of a new tooling, we test fit it on a car. The marked up prototype is then used to change and improve the tools, and a new prototype is produced. This procedure might be repeated multiple times but, once the part is finally approved, you can be assured of a quality part.
Classic Headquarters (CHQ) - for over 30 years the world's premier manufacturer for high quality, technically correct restoration products for General Motors Musclecars including - Camaro, Chevelle, Nova, Pontiac, Full size, Corvette and Chevy Truck.
TriPlus has been producing accurate and authentic high quality body panels and glass for valuable classic muscle cars and trucks for many years.
X-Parts parts are third party products offered by AMD as a viable substitute for a product that we do not yet manufacture on our own tooling. While not the same superior quality as new AMD parts, these body panels are considered to be a viable solution on most vehicles. Some panels may require additional body work during the installation process but, all panels have proven to be workable in the restoration world.