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Old 11-21-2010, 12:09 AM
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I believe PAW has gone out of business.

They were across town. Part of Motor Parts Central on Lewis Blvd. I'll have to check. Damn can't find it on the internet... They were in business a LONG time.

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Swap meets, buyer beware and know what you are looking for/buying, don't take anyone's word for it...
You are taking just as big a chance from mail order. You can inspect the stuff when it's right in front of you. They sell stuff still in the package. No one ever tells you what happens to some of the stuff you buy and decide not to use or you change plans. Speed shops go out of biz, stuff gets auctioned and a lot of that stuff ends up at the big swap meets.
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I believe PAW has gone out of business.

They were across town. Part of Motor Parts Central on Lewis Blvd. I'll have to check. Damn can't find it on the internet... They were in business a LONG time.
They are still around, if we are talking about the same PAW, but they have paired down their offerings and closed many stores: http://www.pawinc.com/
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that link is for old hemi parts as far as i can see that might be the same place but i have a Chevy not much help
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Check out Northern Auto Parts. I have used parts from both. Northern is a huge warehouse. Sell in volume.
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