Read These Notes:

Part Numbers:

Our parts supply and locating works best with original dealer part numbers.  Don't enter zeros preceding the part number when checking your part number.  Also, don't use spaces, hyphens or dashes.  If you can get us the part number from a dealer that still has access to this info for your car, or from your own parts book, you will have a greater chance of correctly finding the part you require.  We may be able to assist you in locating a parts book for your vehicle.

Searching Lists:

Looking for a lense or perhaps a part for your brakes?  Any of our multi-page catalogs can be searched.  Hold your keyboard "Control" key and while holding it down, press the "F" key.  This brings up a search box where you can enter the word or number you are searching for.  Press "Enter" or "Find" and your computer will search the list for you!  Note that the lists by make/year are grouped by the section showing on the left side of the list. (i.e. Accessories, Brakes, Lights, etc.)

Prices:

Prices are in U.S. Dollars.  Items priced at "0.00" or not priced require you contact us for the price.

Duplicate Part Number Listings/Multiple Prices:

You may notice some part numbers listed several times in our listings as identical NOS parts but with different prices. Some of our parts are on consignment and have different prices and slightly different descriptions.  The lowest price applies for the remaining quantity available at that price.  Quantity "22" means at least one should be available and possibly more! 

Abbreviations:

NOS New Old Stock-Never used, original manufacture old stock part 
NORS New Old Replacement Stock-Never used, replacement manufacture old stock part 
RPMT Replacement part of recent manufacture
RBLT Rebuilt part
S.W. Shelf Wear - marks from years of handling
K.W. Korean War - Chromed parts made during this period may appear to be a lesser quality finish. 
P.U. Perfect Used
E.U. Excellent Used
D Dodge
S Desoto
P Plymouth
C Chrysler
T Truck

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