sorry thought it said door panels... but if you need any parts feel free to contact me
should be the same door and yes you should be able to eliminate the vent window as it just bolts in the door, I didn't think a 68 had a vent window.
It all depends on the condition of the car, the engine and if it's a 2 or 4 door.
just a different roof line.
Well, the sport coupe was a 2 door hardtop rather than a 2 door post or 4 door sedan. The Malibu 2 door hardtop is considered to be a sports coupe. While ALL 1970 Chevelle Super Sport's are Malibu's, most Malibu's were not Super Sport's.
No, it will not. NONE of the body panels will interchange. The Monte Carlo was a 2 door body fitted to a 4 door Chevelle frame. The doors and hood are considerably longer and have VERY different body lines.
AnswerYes. The frame and body design on both Chevelle and El Camino were identical in 1964. Refer to a manual for your installation. Try opgi.com for starters. This is where I get parts as well. Good luck.Be sure to recognize that the window rails of the doors are different. On the Chevelle, the top structure of the door is relatively square and on the El Camino it is slanted, therefor some bodywork will be required to swap doors.
You can't remove it. It is molded in as part of the dash itself. Only the door can be removed.
They are getting nearly impossible to find at junkyards these days. However, you can buy all of it aftermarket. Actually, EVERY single part of the 1970 Chevelle 2 door coupe is available through the aftermarket since they started reproducing the body shells. You can use the frame and suspension from ANY 2 door 1968-1972 GM A body (Chevelle, Skylark, Cutlass, Tempest/Lemans/GTO) but you will likely have to change to 1970-1972 Chevelle specific suspension springs if you use one from one of the other GM A-bodies.
Yes... Sort of anyway. The Monte Carlo uses a 4 door Chevelle frame even though the Monte Carlo is a 2 door car. The 4 door frame is longer than the 2 door Chevelle frame. and the wheelbase is 4 inches longer. So if you have a Monte Carlo, a 4 door Chevelle frame will work. If you have a 4 door Chevelle, a Monte Carlo frame will work. If you have a 2 door Chevelle, then you will need to use a frame from ANY 2 door GM A body except for the Monte Carlo.... The Tempest/Lemans/GTO, Cutlass, Skylark, and Chevelle all used the same frames and are completely interchangeable.
None. The Super Sport was only available in the 2 door coupe, convertible and Elcamino.