If you are the proud owner of a vintage or a classic car, then you know how hard it is to find your original equipment manufacturer. However, there might be a chance that you can find those older car parts that youâve been looking for online. There are a few sites where you can search for the manufacturer and the type of car and find those parts across the UK.
OEM parts for Rolls Royce, Bentley, and Ford Mustangs are easily obtainable if you know where to look. You can also find OEM parts for classic cars such as Minis and Mini Metros, Capris, Ford Escort Mark I, II, and III, and Morris Minors. For example, the Ford Escort Mark I Saloon 1.6L Petrol from 1969 was a very popular car and if do a bit of internet research you will find parts for the engine, brake system, ignition, filters, suspension and arms, glow plug system, coil and leaf springs, shock absorbers, lights and mirrors, body parts, windscreen cleaning system and electrics.
The Cadillac XLR 4.6L is a classic example of a car that needs its parts changed more regularly. If you have a quick search for an oil filter you have the following options: an Ashika Oil Filter for £8.98, a Blue Print Oil Filter for £9.98, a Japanparts Oil Filter for £9.98 or a K & N Filters Oil Filter for £11.98. Each of them is brand new and comes with a warranty of up to 24 months.
Vintage and classic cars are very popular among the plus 50s, but not only. There is no reason not to buy yourself one if that is what youâve always wanted. If you are worried about finding OEM car parts, a simple search online will take that burden away. There are plenty of options out there, so stop worrying and start being part of âthe clubâ.