The Muscle Car Research store was down for a few days as a result of business travel and a PC crash that took me a few days to repair. Sorry for the inconvenience, but we're up and running again!
The Muscle Car Research store will be closed from Saturday 1 March through Friday 7 March. We will reopen on Saturday 8 March. Orders will be filled and email and telephone messages will be returned after the store reopens.
The Muscle Car Research store will be closed from Sunday 3 November through Friday 8 November. We will reopen on Saturday 9 November. Orders will be filled and email and telephone messages will be returned after the store reopens.
The Muscle Car Research store will be closed from Thursday 25 July through Friday 2 August. We will reopen on Saturday 3 August. Email and telephone messages will be returned after the store reopens.
I just enabled a new tool that will hopefully make it easier to find parts on this web site. If you look towards the upper left corner of the site home page you'll see a block labeled "Search for Parts!". This new tool will let you for parts by your vehicle year, make, and model (ignore the "trim" field - it's not currently being used). Make your selections and hit the "Go" button to get a list of parts with pictures and prices.
I just completed the process of moving this web site to a new server. I think I have all of the issues worked out, but there's a chance I missed something. Please contact me if you run into any issues while browsing or trying to make a purchase.
I just added a new product to my inventory: a reproduction of the rubber shields used between the front bumper and stone deflector used on 1969 and 1970 Shelby Mustangs. We reverse-engineered an original shield to produce the most accurate reproduction on the market. Each set of two reversible shields is listed in our catalog for $20 plus shipping. Click here for more info.
I recently added a kit to my inventory to rebuild the 1970 GM 1233464 metering valve. This valve is similar to the 1967 - 1969 3905525 valve, bit it doesn't include a large hex nut plug to keep the internal parts in place. The internal parts are completely different, too, so the kits don't interchange.
Muscle Car Research is proud to announce that Harmon Classic Brakes of Van Nuys, California, has joined our network of authorized dealers. Please check out their web site and give them a call when shopping for your brake system needs.