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#21 antimanifesto09

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 01:06 AM

When I was in LA area about two years ago I found a place called Pacific Coast Import Parts that had good prices for stock items, brakes pads, rotors, mastercylinders, and other stock items. They only have a few shelves in the front but you call them order what you want and they seem to have it there in a day or two. They are located on 837 Pacific Coast Highway, Hermosa Beach Ca 90254, and there number is 310-374-8933. One thing I noticed on the receipt is a 20% restocking fee so make sure you buy what you want. You can also set up an account and they gave a discount back then, if I remember correct it was like 5 or 10%.


I guess they're online now at:

http://www.importedcarparts.com/
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#22 lackofguilt

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 05:41 AM

I usually use http://www.infinitipartsusa.com/ for any mechanical stock part. Only trouble is that you can't browse parts for Z's earlier than 1980, but with a Parts Catalog/Factory Service Manual from www.courtesyparts.com you can just about get anything you need. I bought a speedometer pinion assy, plus seals for my 5spd tranny to fix my inop speedometer. I did a search for the part number 68100E8800 which is supposedly for the later style 240z dash and they have one for $905. They also had door panels part number 80900-E4100 for the right and part numnber 80901-E4100 for the left for $140.20 each.




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