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1964-74 GTO parts supplier list

I saw some threads that took a try at this, but none that I saw stuck with it. Hopefully I will manage to update this first post with all of your suggestions for parts sources. I know I am missing plenty, especially dismantlers.

Feel free to add links and contact information to this thread and I'll try to update this first post to add them in. If you think a supplier does not belong here, let me know as well.

Big Box companies (reproduction or nos parts)

http://amesperf.com/ (AMES)

http://www.opgi.com/gto/ (OPGI)

http://www.pontiacparts.net (California Pontiac Parts)

http://www.summitracing.com/search/m...iac/model/gto/ (Summit)

https://www.yearone.com/Catalog/1964-72-GTO (Year One)

http://www.pysales.com/iw_products.m...05?company=PY1 (Performance Years)

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~partsort (CMCP)

http://www.legendaryautointeriors.com/ (legendary auto interiors)

http://www.smsautofabrics.com/ (SMS auto fabrics)

http://puiinteriors.com/ (PUI Interiors / Parts Unlimited)

http://www.wiringharness.com/ (M+H Electrical Fabricators)

http://www.npdlink.com/store/catalog...ns-10000-1.htm (NPD)

http://www.justdashes.com/ (Just Dashes)

http://phoenixgraphix.com/ (Phoenix Graphix)

http://www.restorationspecialties.com/ (Restoration Specialties)

http://precisionpontiac.net/Default.aspx/ (Rally Gauges, Hurst shifters)

Dismantlers / used parts suppliers

http://www.frankspontiacparts.com/ (Franks Pontiac Parts)

http://www.goatfarm.com/ (GoatFarm)

http://toddsgtos.com/ (Todd's GTO's)

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Also I suggest that customers can leave feedback on there experiences and we can possibly rate these suppliers.
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Also I suggest that customers can leave feedback on there experiences and we can possibly rate these suppliers.
I have used AMES Performance for my parts needs and have had great service from them.

Legendary redid my seats and they came out beautiful, as did my door panels.

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They turned my dash pad core from looking like a T-Rex to a beautiful brand new piece in addition to all my other a pillars, kick panels, etc.

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Pete Serio, [email protected] - did a great job on my speedometer, I am pretty sure he has another name for his hurst shifter side of the business, but I can't think of it right now - I'm sure you guys know what it's called
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Pete Serio rebuilt my shifter, Oh boy did it come out FANTASTIC!!
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Great post. Thanks for the informative links.

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has anyone used Inline tube for brake parts? they seem a little more expensive the Ames, are they worth it?
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Inline Tube supplied me with all my stainless steel brake lines and they all fit perfectly. I highly recommend them.
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O just ordered my 68 GTO roof panel and door hinges from Auto Metal direct. They make the rook panel, and I will report on its quality. We need to start pestering them to make some GTO metal for our cars....they said the demand is significantly lower than the Chevrolet and Mopar stuff.....we desperately a committed team to repopping fenders....
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