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where do you get your early econoline parts?

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where do you get your early econoline parts?

Post #1 by 66 E100 Pickup » Fri May 11, 2007 1:43 am

Ok, it takes a bit of searching but here's the list of have for on-line sellers:

Mac's Auto (has a decent selection of a lot of stuff all the way from carbs to brake parts to window/door rubber, parking lenses, etc. On-line catalog a bit cumbersome to use. Prices medium to high, depending).

Rock Auto, has a very good selection of mechanical parts and most things are very cheap (except engine kits). If you have the 240, you have to go to 1967 year to get the engine parts. They also have a very easy to use on-line parts. Just make sure the parts photo is correct for their description. has the rear brake hose for the 66. Hard to get, the one they sell was made for the mustang and has a slightly different orientation but it worked fine for me. you can find a 61-66 master cylinder here for $103 they carry a fair amount of econoline stuff, nice thing is you can download their catalog in PDF form and browse it or print it anytime. Seemed to be medium to high in price on most things. I can't remember what they have, never bought from them.

OK that's it for now. You guys have anything?

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Post #2 by pmhvps » Fri May 11, 2007 10:56 am

I have, C&G early Ford parts, ... e~cadefeiC

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Re: where do you get your early econoline parts?

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Correcting the link. Frequently recommended source.
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Re: where do you get your early econoline parts?

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