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  • Links of Mopar Parts Dealers

    Today. I've spent hours trying to look for a shifter end to a LRE and clutch linkage parts for my 59 Dodge PU. I ran across a couple lists of links - with the majority of links dead. Made me think that we need to put together a list of Mopar parts and services in a sticky thread, for Quick Reference. I sure would appreciate help putting this together. Use a post for each vendor,- Listing their name, their link, and a couple sentences describing what they specialize in. You can also make a comment regarding price, friendliness, etc.

    Can be for street and/or racing. Very new Mopars, Very Old Mopars, and Everything in between.

    Please help with this project, so life will be easier for those needing parts and services for their Mopars!

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    Mancini Racing

    http://www.manciniracing.com/

    They were the Original Direct Connection dealer back when even I was a little boy. They sell a lot of street and racing parts fr 60s/70s muscle Mopars, and have recently often into late Model LX Mopars. You get your best deals on the Mopar Performance stuff. Call, ask for Wes, tell him you're a MoparStyle member and politely ask if he might not sharpen his pencil on the Mopar Performance ir Mancini brand stuff. He can't wheel and deal on the stuff that Summit and Egs sells by the millions - like Holley or Edelbrock.

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    • #3
      Indy Cylinder Head

      http://www.indyheads.com/

      With exception of the Engine Builder Kenny, there is no bigger collection of assholes and pricks. However if you're a Mopar racer, they've pretty much got you by the balls. Find what you need in the catalog, then buy from one of their WDs (warehouse distributors) to make your life easier.
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      • #4
        Jim's Auto Parts

        https://www.jimsautoparts.com/index.html

        Bend over and spread them on the price, but they have a lot of the World's Mopar NOS parts if you're doing a correct restoration
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        • #5
          Dodge Connection

          http://www.dodgeconnection.com/DodgeConnectionHome.html

          Specialize mainly in 70s Pickup parts for Little Red Expresses, Warlock, Midnight Express... Appears to be reasonably priced
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          • #6
            LMC Truck

            http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/dc/t.aspx

            Have some bady panels, gaskets,... and a ton of universal truck parts for 70s - they're light on on Dodge as compared to Ford and Chevy
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            • #7
              DCM Classics

              https://dcmclassics.com/

              Specialize in old Dodge Truck parts
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              • #8
                Mopar Mall

                http://www.moparmall.com/default.asp

                Claim to have parts for 36-74 Mopar cars, and some Dodge truck.
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                • #9
                  Restoration Parts Source RPS

                  http://restorationpartssource.com/store/index.html

                  I stumbled onto this site looking for clutch linkage parts fr a 59 Dodge truck, but the site put me into a loop from Hell when I clicked that link, so I really don't know what they have or don't have
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                  • #10
                    TTI Exhaust

                    http://www.ttiexhaust.com/

                    Best Headers you can buy for a Mopar. The owner is Sam Davis, and use to make Connie Kalitta's headers in the 60s. I run them on all of my early 60s Mopars and my Superbird. Tell Sam Davs that Dave Schultz says Hi.
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                    • #11
                      Aerospace Components

                      http://www.aerospacecomponents.com/

                      Much of their stuff are race (brakes, fuel pumps, vacuum pumps, brakes) - but they do have some street disc brake conversions and billet battery boxes. I have their brakes, Vacuum pumps, and battery boxes in my race cars, and I know many racers happy with their fuel pumps. Al and Kim Kussy are the owners, and Scott is who I tend to deal with on orders and rebuilds. All good people.
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                      • #12
                        Fuelab

                        http://fuelab.com/

                        I love their digital fuel pumps on my race cars, but they also make to EFI street cars. Brian owns, Josh runs it, and I run their pumps, filters, and regulators on all my race cars. Never had a problem, and can't hear them. High tech stuff. Tell Josh that Dave Schultz said to take care of you.
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                        • #13
                          Classic Industries

                          https://www.classicindustries.com/

                          I thumbed through the Mopar catalog that they sent me, and they do have a lot of Mopar Muscle era Restoration parts (but bigger on GM), but I'd say half their Mopar Catalog are universal parts. Kool stuff, just didn't have what I needed for my LRE today.
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                          • #14
                            Ok, I got this thing rolling, and I'll add as I come across - but roll me a bone with a little help and add the ones you know of, but aren't listed. Please use the format I did with Name, URL, and your opinion.
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                            • #15
                              Dantes

                              https://dantesparts.com/

                              Limited Mopar Muscle Restoration Parts
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