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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-20-2019, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Parts Vendor advice needed

Can anyone recommend some options for vendors for concours correct parts for a 69 Mach 1, I'm in Canada and have been having a hard time finding a vendor here to talk to. As previously mentioned in a prior post I've recently acquired the car and want to make sure I correct to original anything I do moving forward.
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NPD or Virginia Classic Mustang are the best choices. check them out.
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NPD or Virginia Classic Mustang are the best choices. check them out.

Thanks I'll check them out

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Ask Rick @ NPD himself.

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In addition to the two mentioned, you may want to look at allclassicmustang.com and west coast classic cougar if your wanting concours parts.

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Ask Rick @ NPD himself.
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In addition to the two mentioned, you may want to look at allclassicmustang.com and west coast classic cougar if your wanting concours parts.

Mustang Parts, Boss Parts and Shelby Parts, Mustang Parts, Mustang, Boss & Shelby Mustang Parts Restoration

https://secure.cougarpartscatalog.com/

Thanks I'll have a look!

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Another vote for NPD here. Very knowledgeable and easy to reach. Rick is active on this forum and I'm sure he'd be glad to take any calls or help out!

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Hi from Modern Driveline.

NPD is a great company and they buy some of our conversion parts.

Take a look at the site: https://www.dennis-carpenter.com/

The Carpenters have the original Ford tooling and are making the real Ford parts at reasonable prices.
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Last I knew, Carpenter only sells to vendors.
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Another vote for NPD here. Very knowledgeable and easy to reach. Rick is active on this forum and I'm sure he'd be glad to take any calls or help out!

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Hi from Modern Driveline.

NPD is a great company and they buy some of our conversion parts.

Take a look at the site: https://www.dennis-carpenter.com/

The Carpenters have the original Ford tooling and are making the real Ford parts at reasonable prices.
I'll check them out, thanks

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