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1950 Chevy Fleetline Gas Pedal

Part #:
Alt Part #: 806032
Availability: In Stock
Fitment: 1949 thru 1954
See applications below for exact details.
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1949-1954 Chevy Gas Pedal
$24.99 ea.
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  • Best Quality Reproduction Of An Original GM Gas Pedal
  • Correct Rubber Pedal Pad
  • Includes Metal Floor Bracket
  • Also Includes Nylon Linkage Insert
  • None Finer Available! 

Chevy gas pedals are a principal part to have lying around your garage. Whether you are a restoration enthusiast or just an everyday driver, it is important to always be preemptive with your automotive needs. As you probably know, the gas pedal controls the throttle valve. When you get off from a long day of work, stomp heavily on the gas, and rush home to catch the wife’s dinner, it is the gas pedal you are activating. We do not often think about the wear and tear happening beneath our feet, rather, we just hit the gas and go. Over time, your pedal will, without a doubt, erode and potentially even break. At this point, only the metal will remain, and we have all seen what this looks like. Ecklers Early Chevy now offers 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954  Chevy gas pedal pads. Over the years the gas pedal pads are notorious for wearing out. Struggling with those cheap replacement gas pedals that don't quite fit? Well, at Ecklers, we have the correct  replacement pedal for your original. Don’t sacrifice performance, style, and safety over something as elementary as the gas pedal. Visit Eckler’s Classic Chevy today and secure originality in look and feel with a new set of gas pedals for your 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954 Chevy.  


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