Dan's Garage
      Collectable & Restorable Chevrolet & GM cars, trucks, & parts from the 40's to the 80's

508 E. Bruneau Ave.     Kennewick, WA 99336
E-mail:        (509) 586-2579 
Tuesday - Friday 10-6       Saturday 10-3       Closed Sunday & Monday

 

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  • Dan's Garage....... "It's kind of like an amusement park, only all the rides are broken." (It's not a repair shop, it's a wrecking yard.)
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  • Cars come and go from Dan's but take a look at the new arrivals currently available at Dan's Garage online.
    New-Arrivals.html
  • Take a tour of Dan's Garage inside the store, outside in the yard, and all around the car lot.
    Tour-the-Yard.html
  • Over the years, Dan has come across many a car with classic stories to tell. Luckily he usually has his camera ready, too.
    Classic-Stories.html
  • Many people view a carcass of a vintage car as an object of beauty. Take a look at artist interpretations of Vintage Car Art.
    Vintage-Car-Art.html
  • Buick is currently the oldest still-active American automotive make, and among the oldest automobile brands in the world.
    Buick.html
  • The Buick Apollo is a compact car and shared it's platform Oldsmobile Omega, Chevrolet Nova, and the Pontiac Ventura.
    Apollo.html
  • The Electra 225 name was because of the car's overall length of over 225 inches, earning it the street name of "deuce and a quarter."
    Electra.html
  • For many years, the LeSabre was considered the entry level (full-sized) Buick, carrying the lowest base price in the line.
    LeSabre.html
  • The Buick Regal was considered a mid-size car starting in the 1973 model year with production through 2004.
    Regal.html
  • The Riviera by Buick was produced in the United States from the 1963 to 1999 with over a million cars rolling off the lines.
    Riviera.html
  • Between 1946 and 1957 the Roadmaster served as Buick's flagship, as it did when it was resurrected for the 1991 through 1996 model years.
    Roadmaster.html
  • The Buick Skylark model was made in six different production runs.The Gran Sport option became available in mid 1965 for the three two-door Skylark models.
    Skylark-Gran-Sport.html
  • The Buick Special was Buick's lowest-priced model, starting as a full-size car in 1936 - 1959 then returning in 1961.
    Special.html
  • The Buick Super was considered a full sized model that was produced from 1940 through the 1958 model years with the exception of during WWII.
    Super.html
  • The Buick Wildcat was only produced from 1963 to 1970. However, in 1962 the Wildcat was labeled as the Invicta subseries.
    Wildcat.html
  • See which Buick parts cars on this page match what you're looking for...
    Buick-Parts-Cars.html
  • Cadillac, an American Luxury vehicle, is currently the second oldest American automobile manufacturer behind fellow GM's Buick make.
    Cadillac.html
  • The Cadillac De Ville was originally a trim level for this popular sedan and later a model of the Cadillac marque.
    De-Ville.html
  • The Eldorado name was proposed in 1952 for special show car built to represent Cadillac's Golden Anniversary.
    Eldorado.html
  • The Cadillac Fleetwood/Series 60 name has been used since 1938 and has become synonymous for Cadillac's Luxury models of the day.
    Fleetwood-Special-60.html
  • The Cadillac Series 62 models were produced between years 1940 and 1964.
    Series-62.html
  • The Cadillac Seville was designated a luxury car from May of 1975 - 2004 but also as a smaller-sized, top-of-the-line Cadillac.
    Seville.html
  • Choose from these Cadillac parts cars to see what you can find that works for your Cadillac.
    Cadillac-Parts-Cars.html
  • Chevrolet, also known as Chevy, was founded by race car driver Louis Chevrolet and ousted GM founder William C. Durant on November 3, 1911.
    Chevrolet.html
  • The Chevrolet Bel Air was produced by the Chevrolet division of GM for the 1950 through1975 model years.
    Bel-Air.html
  • Named after a show car displayed at the 1955 GM Motorama, the Chevy Biscayne was one of the least expensive models in their full-size cars.
    Biscayne.html
  • The Chevy Camaro was designed as a direct competitive model to the Ford Mustang announced with great fanfair to the public in June.
    Camaro.html
  • The Chevrolet Caprice is a full-size Chevy produced in North America from 1965 through 1996.
    Caprice.html
  • The Chevelle was one of Chevrolet's most successful models. The Malibu, replaced the Chevelle model for the 1978 models.
    Chevelle-Malibu.html
  • The Chevrolet Monza model was only produced from 1975 - 1980 while the Corvair had only a slightly longer life from 1960 - 1969.
    Corvair-Monza.html
  • The Chevrolet Delray debuted in 1954 as an optional trim package on the mid-range 210 series then became a series of it's own in 1958.
    Delray.html
  • The Chevrolet El Camino was designed to compete directly with its rival, the Ford Ranchero.
    El-Camino.html
  • The Chevy Impala was one of Chevrolet's most expensive passenger models and dominated during the era of full sized automobiles.
    Impala.html
  • The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was introduced in 1970 as a 2-door coupe remaining such throughout its history.
    Monte-Carlo.html
  • The Chevy Nova (Chevy II) was produced in five generations for the 1962 through 1979, and 1985 through 1988 years.
    Nova.html
  • Special Chevys don't fit any other category such as the Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan and Special Deluxe.
    Special-Chevys.html
  • Chevy Parts Cars -- frame, engine, trim, and body but not the whole car.
    Chevy-Parts-Cars.html
  • Oldsmobile was founded in 1897 by Ransom E. Olds. Over the 107 years Oldsmobile has been around, there have been 35.2 million cars produced.
    Oldsmobile.html
  • The Oldsmobile 88 / 98 series - The Olds 88 was produced for 50 years while the 98 was the top-of-the-line Oldsmobile.
    88-98.html
  • Cutlass/442 series - The Oldsmobile 442 was introduced as an option package for Cutlass then the became one of the most popular cars in the industry.
    Cutlass-442.html
  • The name Omega implies the end, the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet.
    Omega.html
  • The Oldsmobile Starfire was produced in two generations and used for some Ninety-Eight series convertibles, and all 1957 Ninety-Eight series models.
    Starfire.html
  • The Oldsmobile Toronado was originally designed for Oldsmobile's full-size personal luxury car, competing directly with the Ford Thunderbird.
    Toronado.html
  • Find just the right Oldsmobile Parts cars and car parts for your car, check Dan's Garage parts cars out.
    Oldsmobile-Parts-Cars.html
  • Established in 1926 as a companion make for GM's Oakland model, the Pontiac was marketed as the performance division of General Motors for many years.
    Pontiac.html
  • The Bonneville was introduced as a limited production performance convertible for the 1957 model year but soon became one of the largest Pontiacs ever built.
    Bonneville.html
  • At first, Catalina was used strictly to identify hardtop body styles for the Chieftain Eight and DeLuxe Eight lines.
    Catalina.html
  • The Pontiac Firebird was introduced in 1967, the same year as its 'cousin' the Chevrolet Camaro.
    Firebird.html
  • The Pontiac Grand Am had two separate runs of production, from 1973 to 1975 and again from 1978 to 1980 then re-introduced in 1985.
    Grand-Am.html
  • In 1962, the Pontiac Grand Prix name was applied to cars in the mid-sized luxury car market.
    Grand-Prix.html
  • The Pontiac LeMans was considered a compact or intermediate-sized automobile from 1962 to 1981. It offered a performance package designated as the GTO (Gran Turismo Omologato) in 1964.
    LeMans-GTO.html
  • The Pontiac Sunbird was Pontiac's second small-car offering of the 1970's.
    Sunbird.html
  • The Pontiac Ventura, Italian for "good fortune," was first introduced for 1960 but eventually became a trim package for the Catalina.
    Ventura.html
  • Find just the right Pontiac Parts for your muscle car. No matter if it's the classic Firebird, Grand Prix, or GTO, check Dan's Garage parts cars out here.
    Pontiac-Parts-Cars.html
  • General Motors G-platform or G-Body designation was first used for mid-sized, rear wheel drive cars such as the Pontiac Grand Prix and Chevy Monte Carlo from 1969 - 1988.
    G-Body.html
  • The first Chevrolet pickup trucks appeared in 1924 while GMC trucks originated in 1909 when GM purchased the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company.
    Trucks.html
  • The 1960 model year introduced a new body style of light Chevy truck that featured many firsts. Making "See the USA in your Chevrolet" more comfortable in a truck.
    Chevy-Truck.html
  • From 1960 until 1999 the GMC Truck model "C" indicated two-wheel drive and "K" indicated four-wheel drive. These models were available in smooth or fendered versions.
    GMC-Truck.html
  • By definition, a Van is a type of vehicle used for transporting goods and/or people. All makes and models of Vans, Campers, and Buses (oh, my) available at Dan's Garage are found here.
    Vans-Campers-Buses.html
  • Take a look at the GMC or Chev parts trucks listed and find what you're looking for at Dans Garage, in Kennewick, WA.
    GMC-Chev-Parts-Trucks.html
  • Early station wagons evolved from trucks and were not viewed as family autos but instead as commercial vehicles along with vans and pickup trucks.
    Wagons.html
  • Oddballs are the cars that don't really fit any of Dan's other categories -- maybe a Ford or Mercury, a Rambler, or even european cars.
    Oddballs.html
  • Cars have always been a part of Dan's life. But alas, Dan is looking forward to retirement, his High School prophecy fulfilled, Dan's Garage business opportunity is for sale.
    Business-Opportunity.html
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