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MustangAmerica - new parts supplier?
#1
Just rec'd a postcard from a (unknown to me) new parts supplier called "MustangAmerica"

web site: http://www.mustangamerica.com/cf/default.cfm

Anyone have any information on this outfit? I have not had an opportunity to browse the catalogue in depth to compare costs.
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#2
I choose 1973 and the first 4 categories I tried had nothing... Then I found one that had items I was unable to click on them, not very clear. It makes me wonder of they have tried using their website themselves tbh...
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#3
Mmm, started by the corvette clubWink http://www.mustangamerica.com/cf/about.cfm


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#4
I went on the site and ordered a catalog. It did come quickly and looks pretty solid. It came priority mail and the return address was Corvette America.

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50 F1
73 Mach 1
86 F150
96 F150
2014 F150
Always looking
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#5
No Corvette affiliation here -

https://www.ohiomustang.com/ And Don (member and sponsor here) is just too helpful and knowledgeable on our cars... I haven't found that anywhere else.

Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#6
I looked at their site and I don't believe Don needs to be worried Smile



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
--Albert Einstein
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#7
No question on my part that OMS is my initial go-to, but I like to keep an eye on the industry and I find it interesting to see a new startup in the 64-73 vintage mustang market.
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#8
They had a an affiliation with Trim parts [ mostly GM stuff ] who bought out
several places including MR Mustang.
I use to buy carpeting thru Trim parts and some wiring from MR Mustang. I was notified the
corvette place was taking over the wholesale division of MR Mustang. Guess they decided to go retail.
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#9
I agree that it's nice to have new vendors for our cars because that may lead to more products. However, chances are I won't order from them. I haven't bought anything for mine for some time, but when I do the first place I check will be from Don at OMS (and not just because I like his name).



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
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