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#6 of 17 Re: Todays method of yesterdays parts procurement. [euphonium]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Feb 12, 2009 (12:17 pm)
That's gonna hurt a lot of those parts hoarders who so much enjoy making people beg for their spare parts. The power tripping will soon be over!
#7 of 17 Re: Todays method of yesterdays parts procurement. [Mr_Shiftright]
Feb 16, 2009 (9:59 am)
I've been joyed more by giving away parts I've saved, but don't need. I receive in my giving, double.
Mar 11, 2009 (10:39 pm)
Im looking for 1954 Prefect Panal Van Partz...
#9 of 17 Re: Hi [vexy07]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Mar 12, 2009 (8:50 am)
Probably you'll need to scour UK websites for that stuff.
#10 of 17 Press Request
by KarenS HOST
May 13, 2009 (9:56 am)
A reporter is looking to speak to owners that have had trouble getting their car repaired because of parts issues. If this has happened to you, please contact ctalatiedmunds.com by Thursday, May 14, 2009.
#11 of 17 Hello, Find Parts Here?
Jan 24, 2013 (10:08 am)
So I know the time and trouble one can go thru finding parts these days. From experience if your determined you will find the part you need. For example I must have called 15 vendors/companies looking for the exact parts i wanted for my '34 Ford. So 2 sites that have helped me out on builds is 1)
Vintage Parts, these guys have solid axle kits for '28-'48 Fords and much much more. Then for more of the hot rod items I recently stumbled across this site, 2) Street Rod Parts. The quality of the product I would say is around a B+. Welds on the axle kit look rough but overall and for the price, definitely worth it.
#12 of 17 Re: Hello, Find Parts Here? [hotrodguy]
Jan 24, 2013 (10:57 pm)
I own a 1948 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Town Sedan which is stock. I've had it going on 3 years now. Finding parts for her has been an adventure, but, I've been lucky so far. There's a lot of stuff now being reproduced, and, I've found a lot of used/NOS stuff locally. When I got her, I joined a couple of the active antique Chevy forums, and, the folks there are really good with advice/sources for parts. She gets a lot of attention at shows/cruise-ins because she's got her original big long in-line 6 under the hood instead of a SBC like everybody else. I like the well done hot rods, but, love my stock fat fender car.
#13 of 17 1969 buick lesabre need help
Jan 26, 2013 (11:40 pm)
1969 buick lesabre 350(buick) 3 speed 2 door . And I have been looking for so many parts to restore the car but I always come up dry. I called everybody looked on the Internet for days and just can't find anything it's like the car doesn't exist. So if anybody can help me out with where to look for parts I would appreciate it. Please haha
#14 of 17 Re: 1969 buick lesabre need help [1969buick1]
Jan 27, 2013 (9:34 pm)
What I did with my car initially - was to hit some local car shows and cruise-ins. Being a newbie, I asked a lot of questions, but, I found a number of local folks and wrecking yards that had stuff I needed. I joined a couple of antique Chevy forums, and, scored some parts from posters that I needed and couldn't find locally or from repop outfits. The AACA Buick forums would be a good place for you to start. The folks there should be able to guide you to parts sources. If there are some antique Buick specific forums join them as well, and, post your questions and parts needs. I've also scored several things for my car off Ebay as well - so you might periodically check there for parts as well. Good luck and good hunting.