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Offline JoshsMuscleCarParts

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Re: Best Catalog or websites for parts
« Reply #75 on: March 15, 2016 - 10:08:30 AM »
First off....   :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:  Congratulations!!!!  Second....we will need some pics here!! 

OK, to answer your question, there are a lot of places depending on what you're needing.  So here's a list NZ put up once that should keep you busy!

Don't forget us :-)

Offline Plum6Pak

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Re: Best Catalog or websites for parts
« Reply #76 on: May 20, 2016 - 12:30:09 PM »
Auveco has just about anything you need as far as attaching hardware, wire ends etc. I couldn't see a way to attach the catalog itself. Go to the website and download the catalog

Offline Chris Pauluk

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Re: Best Catalog or websites for parts
« Reply #77 on: February 01, 2017 - 05:26:54 AM »
as I came into work one morning, I found on my desy (mystery donor) a Mopar Parts Locating guide. Its really cool,, has about anything you can imagine. site, salvage yards,performance, body, trim, engine,rubber,suspension,literature ,etc,etc, someone gave it to me, but looks as if anyone can order them,, thepublisher is The Garden of Speedin' Inc San diego,   check it out  i think its a very handy book. :thumbsup:   :wow:

LOL       that link went to something else. 
Chris Pauluk
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1973 Plymouth Cuda 340 4spd (70 AAR clone'ish) bought it that way..