About The Filling Station
Since 1979, The Filling Station has been providing quality reproduction Chevrolet & GMC parts to restorers and street rodders alike. Our original catalog was three type written pages, double sided and stapled together. Today’s catalog has over 23,000 items and nearly 400 pages of the latest available parts to put your Classic Chevrolet car and Chevy or GMC truck back on the road or get it ready to show. We love to see the pictures of your “finished product”, so send us a picture of your car or truck. Who knows we might just use it on our next catalog cover!
If you find yourself driving near Lebanon, Oregon in your classic Chevrolet please stop in to see us! From Interstate-5 take Exit 228 (Highway 34) and go east. We are just 8 miles off of Interstate-5, between Salem & Eugene, just east of Albany and Corvallis.
COVID-19 NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS: We are open with regular hours for phone and online orders & processing. Of course, this can change as the situation evolves. We have closed our showroom to the public. Please call ahead if you have Will Call orders and we will do our best to accommodate you with curb service. Stay safe as we all struggle through this difficult time in our world.
The Filling Station
990 S. 2nd St.
Lebanon, Oregon 97355
- Monday – Friday: 8AM – 5PM Pacific Time
- Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: CLOSED
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Quality & Service – There is no substitute!
Thanks for looking to us for your restoration needs. Janessa, Tami, Dave, Tyler, Forrest, Tom, Jerry A., Luis (yo habla Espanol), Sheryl, Dan (yo habla Espanol), Dixie, Jerry K., Steve & Elyse are here to help you find the parts you need and get them to you quickly. We look forward to serving you!
Stephen & Jerry Kassis
Toll-Free Order Line
Call us toll free from anywhere in the U.S.A. or Canada. Please have part numbers and quantities ready.
Get your tech questions answered by our experienced staff.
Contact us by fax from anywhere in world. You can use our fax service 24 hours by dialing:
Please type all fax orders; handwritten messages are sometimes illegible.