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nice addition. i copied a few and will be back for more.
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Absolutely a live saver!!! cuz we all had our days with those moron parts guys at the dealerships who say, ummm what? what kinda car is that? umm never heard of it.... what year again? 87? oh sorry i cant get that!!!!

this is so great!! now you just get the part# and your set!!! and know your getting what you want and not what they mistakingly ordered or said that is no longer avaliable!!

gotta keep this thread at the top!!! EVERYONE needs this info!!

thank you!!!
 

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Please inform members that are directed to this thread that the links in post #5 are not working so direct them to post #41.
 

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everyone still using wholesale mopar.com to check availability ?? I went on there and searched a few numbers and couldnt get it to work. I tried looking up p.n 4454 466-7 and it just comes up nothing found. I tried a few other p.n's of the same efiche page and same nothing found message. What am I doing wrong ??
 

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I still use wholesalemopar.com.
If the # is not found it is probably because it has long since been discontinued.
Your best bet is to call them and ask and ask if they can run a parts locator.

I just recently called them for the rear quarter panel reflector for my 90 Daytona and there was one left in the country at a dealer in Illinois, it now lives with me in N.J.
 

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Thanks NAJ. Got it. Wow!!

This is wonderful. Now here we go trying to locate some of these parts!

FUNATIC
wholesalemopar.com has been extremely helpful with me in the past running parts locators.
Gave me the name and phone #'s for 4 dealers that showed the upper and lower timing covers and only 2 actually had them(1 upper and 1 lower, last ones in the country until the uppers are released thru vintage parts)
They also gave me the name and # of the only dealer to show the rear 1/4 panel reflector and they had that(last in the country).
 

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lets say somehow one of us extracted all the part numbers from a given efiche catalog (i dunno, say 1990 passenger cars)..

so then we have a huge excel spreadsheet with part number, and maybe section it was in, and then description..all from the pdf's

are there any known parts websites that have a database connection which would allow us to check ALL the part numbers for current pricing and stock status?

this might be trivial to code up, and we could even probably use a web scraper to grab the pricing and stock info...

what yall think
 
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