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I recently purchased a 1967 230, and I am trying to find a couple of places to buy parts. Suggestions??
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RE: 1967 230

A few good places

www.autopartsauthority.com

Try ebay and search for parts (www.ebay.com/motors)

you can also try google, that usually brings up some sites that sell parts

Hope this helps
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This is an old question that's come up many, many times before. Please conduct a forum search.

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Auto Parts at AutohausAZ - OEM Auto Parts - Discount Replacement Parts, Resources and Car Care Tips is also good and there are many others, including the dealer. Make sure you get your chassis number. It's on a plate attached to the radiator support and stamped into the front passenger side frame rail.

It will start with 110, there will be three more numbers, then a 10, for a manual left hand drive, or a 12 for an auto. The last six are the chassis sequence number. 110.nnn-10-nnnnnn

There are grease points on all the front suspension joints so get a grease gun, a flexible hose and a grease cartridge. I use Mobil 1 synthetic grease. If you cannot get the grease to flow, use a heat gun, an industrial strength blow dryer to heat the area, and pump in new grease. The F/S joints have wide band rubber rings, or seals, to protect the joint. If they are damaged or missing, they need to be replaced.

The driveshaft has a couple and the rear axle swing axle joint has two.

Please take some pics so we can see your car. There are many knowledgable people here.

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