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Old 04-27-2012, 04:46 PM   #1
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What is a good place to get Corvette parts?
I only know places for my mustang like american muscle and lmr but what are good ones for older style vettes?
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Well, I personally don't know of any. But I haven't looked either.

I would say the popularity and mid-level performance of the Mustang is the formula for the huge demand of aftermarket companies like LRS and AM. Most Corvette owners seem to like the way they are and don't care to modify with the exception of wheels/tires.
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Re: Corvette sites

I've tried looking a little bit but I hate ordering from sites that I dont know too much about
and its not for modifying its for replacement parts
my dads vette needs a new radiator and he wants to get one for a good price
im so glad im into mustangs, vettes are hard to shop for
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Ah, I getcha.
I would try the following: summitracing.com
Jegs.com

My brother has ordered from both with good results.
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I've got one but can't remember it off the top of my head... It has anything you could think of, all the way from little chrome dress up accessories for your fluid tanks all the way to actual motors... Il get it to you when I've got time.
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Cheap vette parts. LOL thats funny, a valve cap for a tire will cost $10 if u tell them It's for a vette.
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Cheap vette parts. LOL thats funny, a valve cap for a tire will cost $10 if u tell them It's for a vette.
That is so true we are fixing up our 1977 vette and the parts are more if it's for a vette

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I've tried looking a little bit but I hate ordering from sites that I dont know too much about
and its not for modifying its for replacement parts
my dads vette needs a new radiator and he wants to get one for a good price
im so glad im into mustangs, vettes are hard to shop for
There are a few dealers on eBay that I have dealt with for parts for my 77 vette
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What is a good place to get Corvette parts?
I only know places for my mustang like american muscle and lmr but what are good ones for older style vettes?
If you can think of it, they have it... Although the prices to me seem pretty outrageous, i said i would get the sight to you, sorry it took so long lol. corvettecentral.com
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