H-Body FAQ

provided by h-body.org

Last Updated 04 Feb 2005.
First posted 30 Sep 1999.
Updates since 19 Apr 2000 are in green.
Updates since 07 Sep 2000 are in red.
Updates since 20 Mar 2001 are in purple.
Updates since 01 Aug 2006 are in blue-green.
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Frequently Asked Questions about these car models from 1971 to 1980:

Maintainer: Dennis Brown

Contributors and Sources:

Some of the links above may be dead, but they remain to give credit.

HEY! You too can contribute! If you see something that's wrong or missing (look for "???") and have the correct info, let me know!

NOTE: Some information in this FAQ was gathered from the above sources. This information is not copied verbatim, and where such information is not considered "common knowledge," permission was granted to use the information here (specific cases will be noted). Thus to my knowledge no copyright violations have occured. Please still visit the sites listed above! They have much more info that is NOT listed here!

Disclaimer: This information is provided free to the reader. It may used for any purpose, however, the maintainers and contributors take no responsibility for injury to yourself or damage to your belongings as a result of your reading this document and following its advice.

Names: In this document, in most places, "Vega" can be understood to mean "Vega or Astre," and "Monza" can be read as "Monza, Sunbird, Starfire, or Skyhawk."

Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Vega, Monza, Sunbird, Starfire, and Skyhawk are all names owned by General Motors Corporation.