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Thread: Can we start a thread with links to the various parts suppliers for reference?

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    Kokomo Charter Member crockey's Avatar
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    Can we start a thread with links to the various parts suppliers for reference?

    I think this would be very beneficial for the community as a whole, especially those of us that are new owners. Maybe this exists somewhere already and I am unaware of it. I seem to stumble on a new site every week reading through old posts. It would be a good thread to direct new members to. Maybe the mods could update the first post with additions as the members make suggestions.

    For instance:

    General:
    http://www.pelicanparts.com/
    http://www.stoddard.com/

    Exhaust:
    http://www.mkexhaust.com/

    Suspension:
    http://www.elephantracing.com/

    etc,etc

    If this is a dumb idea, just tell me. You won't hurt my feelings

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    Kokomo Charter Member crockey's Avatar
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    Any chance we could use this thread for suggested link updates? I am sure members might have some suggestions.

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    http://classicandspeedparts.com/ should be high one everyones list, fantastic store, and great owner in will pringle. really steps up his game to make sure we have great parts and great quality and service. his website isnt much in way of what he has in his online store (only displays a small fraction of his inventory), but he has so much more available in his store if you call him.
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    Kokomo Charter Member crockey's Avatar
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    Great link. Never heard of the site before. Just the type of post I had hoped this thread would generate.

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    All paid members get the Esses which includes an advertisement from Classic & Speed Parts...
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    I am a paid member, but did not notice it......

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    One kinda major one in SoCal seems to be missing:

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    TRE Motorsports, owned by Dave Bouzaglou, who is an Esses supporter and whose shop has turned out many Excellence magazine feature cars.

    Good source for the following parts for the 1965-1973 and G series models.

    Fiberglass shell based seats (the R, ST, RSR, etc)
    Backdate and period fiberglass parts
    Period roll bars
    R to RSR reproduction parts
    Repro trim, rubber, and lamps
    Special graphics

    Their website is somewhat out of date, but contact them and ask

    www.tremotorsports.com or Dave at tremotorsports@gmail.com
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