1974 Buick Apollo

Discussion in 'The "X" bodies' started by Thomas Squires, Jul 24, 2020.

  1. Thomas Squires

    Thomas Squires New Member

  2. Chuck Bridges

    Chuck Bridges Well-Known Member

    Lots of potential there. Have fun with her. She has the makings of a beauty.
     
  3. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    Welcome to the X Bodies, we are few and far between.
    Keith
     
  4. Thomas Squires

    Thomas Squires New Member

    I was surprised to find it for the most part intact. Few things that are broken but still decent.
     
  5. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    I have a 76 skylark and I know with it just about anything I need except engine parts and a few body parts i just get for a 76 Nova. I would think that it would be the same for your 74.
    Keith
     
  6. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

    Yes that is true, much of the car is Chevy Nova. Front clip, tail lights, rear bumper are division specific. Doors, Glass, trunk lid, structural sheet metal all interchange, for most part. 73-74 is carryover 68-72 X body stuff. 75-79 is a whole new generation. Have a few interior bits in good condition - but they are pea green. And perfect trunk lid, a drivers door Shell, and L side side glass. Dave S dona Ana NM 88032
     

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  7. Thomas Squires

    Thomas Squires New Member

    Got her running and the brakes fixed. Order new control arm bushings, sway bar links and bushings and rear leaf spring bushings.
     
  8. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    Maybe look into doing your body mounts also. I replaced all suspension and body mounts with poly ones a few years back. Just installed sub frame connectors this past weekend, big difference, now the suspension does it's job instead of body flex taking up alot of it.
     
  9. Thomas Squires

    Thomas Squires New Member

    Actually I was looking at ordering those as well. Figure get it all done in one shot.
     

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