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Old 03-27-2005, 02:08 PM
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on line speed shops part shops

hi
i was wondering Watt kind of good speed shops, part shops
are there on line.
i live in the Netherlands so the shops here are crazy with there prizes.
so i ordered them online in the us saves me a lot of money.
i have ordered from summit maddog and flatlander
summit has a handling fee of 23.95$for international orders
maddog about 15$,flatlander is free off handling charges.
all shops were fast of delivery and good,all i want to know
are there more good shops.
summit
jegs
maddog
flatlander.

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Try Summit Racing , Jegs High Performance, and Speedway Motors .

That should keep you busy for a while.

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Old 03-27-2005, 06:32 PM
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Performance Automotive Wholesale, P.A.W., is another good one. You have to order the catalog from them because they have no catalog online. Lots of hard to find stuff in that catalog too.

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I like enginekits.com and they are endorsed by CompCams(under the name "powerhouse") and they often have engines in HotRod and CarCraft
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thanks for reply
paw is new for me so is speedway motors.
paw catalog costs 33$!!! to get it over here.
speedway has his catalog on line.

are there more guys

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Old 03-30-2005, 09:50 PM
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You can try Northern Auto Parts and Hemmings Motor News. Hemmings has a lot of personal parts for sale and they usually ask too much but it's fun to scan.
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I recently bought some throttle linkage stuff I couldn't find anywhere else from these guys Day Motor Sports

They have a nice catalog too.

I don't know if they ship overseas.
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