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Old 09-01-2003, 03:43   #1 (permalink)
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Buying from overseas companies.

This question goes out to all the Aussie Mustang nuts, who have bought stuff from overseas, and vice versa.

I'm looking to buy a rear quarter panel (and then some)for my 67 Mustang from Californian Mustang. I've done a sh*tload of searching specially for this part, and they have the best prices around.

However, I'm one of those sceptical bastards who doesn't trust the internet for purchases, that cost alot, going to overseas companies, to never see again.

i'm just interested to as whether anyone over here (or vice versa) has had any experiences with buying stuff from overseas via the internet. I would feel better if everyone has had luck with this, but also would like to hear from those that haven't.

Thanks heaps for taking the time to listen to my dribble.
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Old 09-05-2003, 12:43   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Buying from overseas companies.

Rossi,

All my Mustang stuff has been brought from Capital Classics in the ACT. They have a website and I think it is www.capitalclassics.cyberone.com.au/ Mark Dixon the guy who runs it is a pretty good guy to talk to.

You could also wander over to www.justmustangs.com.au and ask the guys on the forum there.

The only stuff I have ever brought on the net from the states is golf clubs and DVD's.
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