There are two types of bars: front and rear, each requiring their own, specific elements. In most cases, both types will be needed as they serve different purposes on the vehicle.
Additionally, it’s important to know your vintage vehicle well. Some classic models require various components that differ by model and production year.
Finally, it’s always helpful to know which specific components require replacement before making a purchase. After all, it’s better to find what you need than to buy a kit and waste what you don’t.
Fortunately, you’re in the right place. Collectors Auto Supply offers a massive catalog of vintage stabilizer parts that are custom-made for restoring classic cars.
Classic Car Stabilizer Bar Parts for Vintage Vehicles
In addition to the stabilizer bar, you’ll likely require a variety of parts as well. Common elements include link kits and front-to-end, front-to-frame, and rear bushings.
Stabilizer Bar Bushing
Stabilizer bar bushings, like these bushings for multiple makes from 1986 to 2008, fit between the bar and the car’s chassis, typically near the front or rear axle, to provide additional stability. When installed correctly, they can help reduce vibration and rattling in your vehicle.
Stabilizer Bar Front-to-Frame Bushing
This front to frame stabilizer bar bushing is perfect for thousands of models, from a variety of makes, that were produced between 1961 and 1982.
Stabilizer Bar Rear Bushing
Our catalog also spans many decades as well. For example, these rear stabilizer bar bushings are custom made for 1937 to 1940 Cadillac and LaSalle models.
Stabilizer Bar Link Kit
A stabilizer bar link kit contains everything you need to link your components together. Due to their OEM fit, they equalize the compression on either spring when one of your wheels hits a bump.
Stabilizer Bar Front-to-End Link
This front to end stabilizer bar link is produced in the U.S. from high-grade steel, and is perfect for 1934 models of classic Chrysler cars.
Find Vintage Stabilizer Bar Parts at Collectors Auto Supply
Restoring and maintaining a classic vehicle is definitely a commitment. In addition to the time, energy, and resources these projects require, vintage auto supplies can be difficult to find because there aren’t many companies out there that make them today.
This means that, if your old ones break or wear down from use over time, you may have trouble finding replacement parts. You don’t want to get stuck in this situation and risk prolonging or ruining an expensive restoration project!
Fortunately, Collectors Auto Supply has been supplying car restorers with the classic auto parts they need for decades. Our team is a reliable, collaborative, and knowledgeable assortment of passionate restorers. To collaborate on your next restoration project, reach out to our team today.