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By Kirk (Guest Post)10/18/2006
I have the following for sale:
Stock radiator for 48 Ford 2 door Coupe.
Stock front leaf spring.
Head light buckets.
Some miscellaneous little stuff.
kwyoke @ hotmail.com
By Joyce 03/08/2005
For Handyman Jack
My husband has had excellent results getting old car parts from Denaples Auto Parts in Dunmore Pennsylvania. They search salvage yards and have always come up with what he needed. Very reasonable to
Johic1 from S Carolina
By Kim McGrantham 03/08/2005
Try posting your request on www.freecycle.org . Just look for the town you live in.
By Sara (Guest Post)03/07/2005
Believe it or not, you can find a lot of part for older cars on Ebay. We have a friend who bought a '66 Impala for parts while restoring his "baby". He sold many parts he didn't need on Ebay and made more than he had paid for the parts car!
By Susan Sanders-Kinzel 03/07/2005
Hi Handyman Jack,
Here are a couple of links that might help:
This one is to salvage yards:
Seems like I remember a site where you could put in the part you wanted and it would search the salvage yards and it would tell you which part was closest but I haven't been able to find it today. If anyone knows a site like that, please post it.
Good Luck restoring your sedan.
Susan from ThriftyFun
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