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Mopar Announces New Restoration Parts Web Portal at SEMA

New www.Mopar.com/restoration web content offers consolidated resource for enthusiasts seeking Mopar-licensed restoration parts for classic Mopar rides

Resource provides enthusiasts information and access to more than 45 approved Mopar restoration parts licensees

More than 9,000 restoration parts and accessories can be sourced

Mopar will work with respected restoration parts licensee Classic Industries to provide additional technical and parts locator site support

New page is part of brand’s official internet home, Mopar.com

Restoration website announced along with new Mopar Crate HEMI® Engine Kits at Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas

Announcements highlight Mopar brand’s commitment to supporting muscle-car era vehicle owners

www.Mopar.com/restoration to include 550-page Classic Industries Mopar Catalog PDF

New hotline numbers available for ordering and technical support


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Looking for a hard to find grille, wheel or emblem for that classic Mopar muscle car? Stop searching swap meets — help is on the way. Mopar announced today at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas a new restoration parts web resource, www.Mopar.com/restoration. The page will connect enthusiasts with more than 45 approved Mopar restoration parts licensees and more than 9,000 products to assist in restoring muscle-car era glory.

The www.Mopar.com/restoration website was announced at SEMA in concert with the reveal of new Mopar 345 and 392 Crate HEMI Engine Kits to assist in plugging 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter HEMI engines, respectively, into model year 1975 or earlier vehicles.


“The debut of our new Mopar restoration parts online resource, paired with the introduction of new Mopar Crate HEMI Engine Kits, underscores the Mopar brand’s commitment to delivering classic Mopar owners the parts they need to restore their rides,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar), FCA – Global. “This ‘one-stop shop’ website is a consolidated database of approved Mopar licensees that will save time and provide peace of mind to vintage Mopar owners and restoration workshops alike.”

Mopar is teaming up with Classic Industries, one of the largest, most trusted licensees of restoration and performance parts in the country, to support the www.Mopar.com/restoration web page with technical and parts location assistance. Ordering support will be available at (800) 854-1280, with additional technical support at (800) 854-1280 ext. 5390. The hub will be part of the Mopar brand’s home on the Internet, Mopar.com.

Popular parts that can be sourced at www.Mopar.com/restoration include:

Interior/exterior emblems
Sheet Metal (fenders, hoods, etc.)
Grilles
Upholstery/carpet
Spoilers
Bumpers
Lighting lenses/assemblies
Body decals
Radiators
In-dash gauges
Steering wheels






Customers can search the thousands of available Mopar restoration products by licensee name, with direct links provided to each licensee, or by product categories including exterior trim, interior trim, sheet metal, underhood/underbody and manuals. Enthusiasts will also have direct access to a downloadable PDF of the Classic Industries Mopar catalog, featuring more than 550 pages of products.
 

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Car enthusiasts now have a consolidated resource for seeking Mopar-licensed restoration parts for classic Mopar rides. Todd Beddick (Head of Mopar Accessory and Performance Portfolio) introduces the new website - mopar.com/restoration
 

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Mopar Turbocharges Restoration Parts Searches

Mopar Turbocharges Restoration Parts Searches

November 09 2016


One example of a restoration project is this 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda, restored by the TV show "Graveyard Carz" and featured in the Mopar stand during the 2016 SEMA show.

One little part – a door sill plate, radio volume knob, rear wheel opening trim – can bring a restoration project to a sudden stop.

Considering that many of the classic Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth cars popular with the restoration crowd have been out of production for several decades, finding a missing part can easily become a months-long quest. Need proof? Just check out the throngs of parts hunters in the swap meet area at major car shows such as the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals.

Mopar wants to see these classic vehicles off the jack stands, out of the garages and on the road. So it has teamed with restoration parts vendor Classic Industries to provide enthusiasts an Internet portal to speed up the parts search.

The portal, www.mopar.com/restoration, was launched during the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Users can find more than 9,000 authentic restoration parts listed.

“You’ll find a pretty complete range of parts for anyone’s restoration,” says Todd Beddick, Head of Mopar Accessory and Performance Portfolio. “Sheet metal is a big commodity, badges, trim for the interior and exterior. We even have the complete set of decals for cars that were in the Scat Pack.”

The Mopar site also includes a link to download a 550-page catalog of parts for heritage FCA US vehicles from Classic Industries.

Having a classic Dodge, Chrysler or Plymouth in your garage is cool. Driving it is even cooler. Now, finding parts is easier.

Mopar Or No Car.
 
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