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04/16/20 08:53 PM
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Been working on my 73 rallye challenger that was a stalled project for awhile and am missing some misc underhood hardware, Not going to be a showcar,but, trying to make as nice a driver as i can within a budget, Where do you guys go for one's and two's of odds and ends?? That doesn't cost a small fortune??

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Little Detroit Restorations- largest fastener and hardware in stock , web site ,littledetroitrestorations@hotmail.com or call 304 797 0607

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What parts are you looking for? Just nuts and bolts or brackets and things?

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Nuts and Bolts at this point, spent lockdown wednesday at the local savage yard and nothing even close to the 70's in there.

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A salvage yard was going to be by suggestion. You don't need 100% correct fasteners...just ones from a same era Mopar. If you can't find a local salvage yard with 70's iron, and you don't know of anyone that has bins of original fasteners(from years of parting out cars) then maybe post what pieces you're looking for. Maybe someone on here would ship you some. Going with new fasteners from a restoration supply house is probably going to be your most expensive route.

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Originally Posted by burdar
A salvage yard was going to be by suggestion. You don't need 100% correct fasteners...just ones from a same era Mopar. If you can't find a local salvage yard with 70's iron, and you don't know of anyone that has bins of original fasteners(from years of parting out cars) then maybe post what pieces you're looking for. Maybe someone on here would ship you some. Going with new fasteners from a restoration supply house is probably going to be your most expensive route.


Pretty much what I was thinking, I went to the closest yard, there are some larger one's at the south end of the county here i will try. Always a fun time roaming around the bone yard!

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