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geting reddy to start purchasing replacement parts for my resto of a 1972 elco.
looking for sorces of parts that you guys have delt with for patch panels,crome trim,and bumpers .
i've heard of some parts out there dont quite fit and want to avoide those as much as posible so i figured id start here from every thing i've seen you guys do with your cars i figured id come to the pros first
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jerry
 

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I use OPGI in Ca. their prices are a little high but the service compensates for it. Aftermarket parts are never the same you just have to live with it or find oem parts on ebay. :nanawrench:
 

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Well, considering that you're in Michigan, so give NPD a shout. They're right in your neighborhood so to speak.

2435 S Haggerty Rd.
Canton, MI 48188
 

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OPGI & Summit both offer excellent service.

Arnie in Iowa
 

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I've used these guys on my 70.
http://www.trueconnections.com/
Just a word of advice. No matter who you order from I've found it best to call to make sure the parts are in stock.
I ordered from OPGI online once and they showed in stock only to find out later that the parts were back ordered. Took 3 weeks to get here.
 

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Thsnks once again you guys have helped i saw kens parts b

Thanks for the in put opg is about an hour and a half from me i think ill start there:beer:
 
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