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1971 280SEC Helper spring!

Can some one tell me where is a good place to get one.
I found a kit for $225, is that a good price?
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Pick-a-part or Ecology type place
$10-$15 with brackets

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Can you be more specific, like a phone number or a web cite?
Thanks.
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usually in most areas, there are two types of junkyards, professionals who have the parts on the countertop when you arrive, the other will go get the part when you arrive, then there are the scrap metal types, who allow you to get the part you want and charge a generic price per part, a spring is a spring, fender a fender, etc. they do not car what car part is from. You must look in your area (usually in larger metro areas). the more you do the less it costs. just get dirty and cheap. or just call Dennis at 619-421-3254 he has and will ship it.

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Dennis had one. Thanks for your help!

Dennis had one. Thanks for your help!
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