Chevy Camaro 1973, Header Panel by Goodmark®. Header panels are located at the front of vehicles. Due to their front position, the header panels are subjected to damage from gravel, stones, and debris thrown up by other autos. Engineered to OE specifications to look, fit, and function just like the header panels from the dealer, these Goodmark panels are the way to go.
- Faithful reproduction of original part
- Designed with the latest software and manufactured using modern tooling
- Made from same materials as original parts
- The same dimensions as factory replacement parts
Whether your header panels are damaged or have seen better days, your vehicle deserves the highest quality replacement products, and here Goodmark is ready to give you a helping hand. Goodmark products are expertly engineered to stringent OE specifications to make sure they replicate original parts in look, fit, and function as closely as possible. Perfect in every detail, they will help restore your header panel and make your auto look just as it did the day it came from the factory. They are manufactured from the same materials as factory parts to deliver high reliability and dependable service for many years ahead.
Goodmark® was founded in 1991 by car enthusiasts, restorers and collectors just like you. They recognized that there was a need for quality restoration parts, especially sheet metal parts, if the restoration of their beloved American classics was to continue. Since that time, Goodmark has created a complete line of sheet metal, trim parts, and accessories for popular cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang, and for previously difficult to restore cars like the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda. Goodmark uses CAD/CAM (computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing) software and modern tooling and manufacturing techniques to create parts that are identical to factory original for perfect fit and finish. Quality parts tooled and manufactured by Goodmark are enabling many more American classic and muscle cars to return to the road, looking just as fine as the day they rolled off the assembly line.