On 13 May 2007 17:45:20 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
I don't have one - but what broke?
Odds are good that if you get it apart and stripped down to
component level, and walk into a parts counter or a really good
wrecking yard with the broken part, they'll go "I recognize that!!"
and know where to get one.
A lot of small components in your car come out of the "corporate
parts bin" or from outside suppliers' "standard items" and were used
in many different car models, for many years (sometimes many decades)
of production - they don't have to spend between $50K and $500K to
design and test a new part and set up a production line, just find an
existing production part that works in the application and order
10,000 shipped to the factory.
--<< Bruce >>--
On Tue, 15 May 2007 04:29:44 GMT, Bruce L. Bergman
EXTREMELY good chance parts from 64 Mustang column will fit. Just
about EVERY part of a mustang of early years is available in quality
aftermarket if nor NOS or good used. Very reasonable too (compared to
Mopar stuff - e-body in particular)
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