This is the best parts book for mid-1930s Chevy. It is more complete, with more pages and more illustrations for 1933, 1934, and 1935 models than other books made around this time, and also has good coverage of 1929-1932. This is a reprint of the book that dealership parts & service departments used to order parts. You find exploded view illustrations, group & part numbers, and each part's applicable year. The illustrations can help you to identify parts, and the exploded views can aid you with the assembly or disassembly of some parts of the vehicle. The text is a list of the parts available at the time of publication with data such as part numbers, model-year application and/or component application, part names, and more.
You will find original parts numbers, which are still useful today because most parts vendors still use those numbers to keep track of their own stock. You can also use this parts book to find out which parts on your car interchange with other years and models covered in this book. Parts books are the authority on the correct equipment for your vehicle; you'll know definitively which parts and accessories are original when you use this book.