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Anybody know how difficult it is to find restoration parts for a 1971 Comet GT? TIA

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You can try Jim at Mustangs Plus. The plus means other stuff.
I get parts for our Falcons and other non-Mustang items. He is
a very good parts guy and will do his best to help you out.
1-800-999-4289 or on the web. Mustangsplus.com

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Just call up Mavericks Unlimited. (hehe)

I thought I saw a catalog for Maverick/Comet in one of the magazines, like CarCraft. Try JC Whitney too. I'd also pick up a copy of Hemmings. Thankfully, most of the mechanical stuff is not unique to the Maverick/Comet.

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The parts for a '71 Maverick and/or Comet are sometimes a little tougher, but not impossible to find. The few '70 models that are around are really tough, because many won't interchange with the '71. A friend of mine has one, and he can usually find parts, but the listings at the parts houses are often incorrect.

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