OEM Ford Parts is located in the North Georgia area is one of the Largest Ford Parts Distributors in the Southeast. We decided to take our Ford Parts Catalog Online to help give access to our discount worldwide. As a Ford Dealership we are authorized to sell Genuine Original Ford Parts, , and . OEM stands for ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER, in other words it simply means that our Ford Parts come directly from Ford and or Ford Motorcraft. Basically we don't sell aftermarket parts. Jacky Jones Ford Lincoln is also one of the few Authorized dealerships able to sell OEM Ford Racing Parts and Accessories.
I wanted to start this column by explaining the importance of replacing your Ford Car, Truck, or SUV with OEM Ford Parts. Actually when we first started our Genuine OEM Ford Parts Online Catalog, I was surprised by the number of people who asked me what OEM stood for. OEM represents the initials for Original Equipment Manufacturer. Often times when I communicate with customers they stress the importance of making sure that the Ford Part or Parts they need are the Genuine OEM Ford Parts for the particular customers Year/Make/Model of their vehicle. I politely explain that we are a Ford Dealership and that all of our Discount Ford Parts and Ford Accessories we carry are all Genuine Original Ford Replacement Parts and come straight from Ford Motor Company. However, I also encounter customers who will explain how they can get the aftermarket parts they need for half the price at so and so's. I understand everyone wants to save money especially in our current Economy. However, many times when people elect to go with the aftermarket parts. I usually get a call from them a month or so later saying how the aftermarket parts didn't fix the vehicle and now want to buy the Ford OEM Parts.
“We wanted Mustang enthusiasts to be able to open up the Ford Racing parts catalog and get one of everything and see what they could get. We think the King Cobra package is it. But none of this great work would be possible if Team Mustang had not built the best production Mustang yet.”
The 1967 convertible body shell is now available to order from the Ford Restoration Parts catalog and is priced at $15,995. And while this may seem steep for what is essentially an empty shell, the chances of finding a rust-free ’67 Mustang that’s never been wrecked will be next to impossible. As the value of classic Mustangs has increased over the years, garages, barns and junkyards have mostly been picked clean.