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What Mustang vendors do you prefer?? I've bought from Mustangs Plus, Mustangs Unlimited, and Mustang Country. All with good experience. Any good vendors with good prices?? Thanks!!

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I prefer using National Parts Depot (NPD). They are competitively priced and have great customer service from my experiences. Tried using CJ Pony Parts but experienced very poor customer service and mislabeled/missing parts. Just my opinion---but NPD is the way to go for me.

Mike
'68 289 Mustang Coupe
'00 Chevy Silverado
 

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I keep a big stack of catalogs on my desks. NPD is usaly cheaper and I have mostly gotten good service.

I use Dallas Mustang when they are cheaper of I need it now (since I am in the Dallas Area)..

I also used Paddock when I can not find it anywhere, they have it.

John L. Anschutz
Allen, TX
68 Diamond Blue Coupe - 302
68 Acapulco Blue Coupe - I6 - 200
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Another vote for NPD and CJ's Pony parts. NPD has a warehouse in Michigan, and I usually get my
parts within 2 business days here in Illinois. CJ's is about the same.

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'66 289 2bbl. Sauterne Gold Connvertible

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I've got catalogs from most of the major parts dealers. I check which place has it cheapest and I order it from there. restoremustangs.com was nice when they had their coupon, but some things get backordered for a long time. If you're not in a hurry they would be good. Check my links to order catalogs....

See my 69 convertible and the VMF parking lot at: http://www.geocities.com/Bishir1/FrontPage.html
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