Car Body Types
Car body types are grouped by year, make, and model. Use the tables below to find the body type for your car. To ensure you’re finding the correct body type,
pay particular attention to the year—some makes and models may have been manufactured over several time periods and therefore have different body types.
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Note: For 1971-1975 cars refer to C Body.
Note: Cars between 1978-1981 were known as A/G Body cars.
Note: NOVAS = Nova, Omega, Ventura, Apollo, Skylark
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