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Right-hand drive car parts for a Subaru Impreza.

Living on a small island east of Florida and buying a replacement car part through the dealer is so expensive. Is there a way to order them from a reputable site online and save a few dollars?

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Strange new place I ordered minor car parts from last year.

I'm finding more and more parts on amazon.com. Now for your car it may be too rare so you may be stuck with car recyclers AKA junk yards. I know these folk are now on a big sharing system where they can ask all the yards if they have a Waldo Shifter.

In short, time to ask a junk yard.

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Right-hand drive parts are harder to find...
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Ebay. I used that to find a hard to find part.

It worked out nicely too.

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Let me Google that for you ;-)

You can save more than a few dollars, buying your parts online.

Google, Ebay and Amazon is your friends Cool

Best Regards,
Mads Jensen

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