Someone somewhere in the universe screwed up an e-mail address and through
the magic of electronics I was the recipient of this wayward message. In
any event, the all-parts.net is interesting - although only a about 14
Triumph entries, some are for complete cars of the the TR6 and Spitfire
just thought you'd like to know.
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>re: Searchable Auto Parts Database -
>"Wanted: 1949-53 Mercury flathead crank 1946-48 Ford front hubs"
>We are developing a Search Engine that will serve the Parts Industry.
>We have now finished the first phase of the project.
>We believe the design and search-ability in our software is second to
>Now, finally, you can put your parts where everyone can find them.
>This is because your customers can find your parts by searching by
>price, or by name, or by city or country. Or your customers can search
>any one of these at a time, or any combination.
>In other words, your customers can type-in to the ALL-PARTS Search
>Engine just one search term or many.
>In the "Make or Item" field, the customer types in "Ford" and the
>database brings the user all of the Fords' and related parts in the
>The same goes for "Mercury, Pick-up, Truck, NOS, Chev, Chevy, Chevrolet,
>GMC, Olds, Buick, Pontiac, Chrysler, Mopar, Dodge, Plymouth, Mercedes,
>Volvo, BMW, Volkswagen, Porsche, MGB, Alpha Romeo, Toyota, Nissan,
>Street Rod, Hudson, Packard, Model A, Edsel, Desoto, Durant, Studebaker,
>Imperial, Lincoln, Holley, Edelbrock, Carter, Hurst, Hemi, Crane, and
>the list goes on..."
>Example: Type in "Mustang Classic" to see how the corresponding
> Ford Part #numbers are entered to match.
>The customer types in "BMW, San Francisco" and gets all the BMWs' in San
>The customer types in "Ford, 1945 to 1949" and gets exactly what has
>Examples in the "Part" field can be typed in as follows:
>"parting out, for restoration, for parts, parts car, project car,
>headlight assembly, headlights, trim, mouldings (or moldings), NOS,
>N.O.S., Holley, Muncie, Shelby, Boss 429, Street Rod, motor, 283, 327,
>348, 350, LT-1, 366, 396, 442, 454, 289, 351, 390, 428, 429, 340, 383,
>440, intake manifold, exhaust manifold, carburetor, 4 bbl., 2 bbl.,
>engine, steering wheel, clutch, water pump, heads, rods, linkage,
>crankshaft, thermostat, Rochester, distributor, fuel pump, hood, fender,
>door, trunk, trunk lid, window, glass, grille (or grill), hubcaps,
>hardtop, positrac, transaxle, differential, valves, heads, transmission,
>axle, rearend (or rearend), gear (or gears), Dana, carrier, cv joint,
>bumper, transfer case, bearing, springs, headlights, taillights,
>pistons, oil pump, camshaft, front clip, rear clip, radio, wheels, rims,
>tires, Mags, and so on..."
>The customer can shape the query any way they wish, with any
>And the parts supplier can enter their parts very easily. And the parts
>supplier can edit their prices, quantities and spelling, anytime they
>And... if you have too many parts to enter manually, ALL-PARTS has
>developed a file transfer system.
>This system allows you to "export" as many parts-files as you wish to
>the ALL-PARTS searchable database, over the Internet.
>Or perhaps, you would rather our staff enter your parts by simply
>faxing/emailing us your entire inventory list - Free of any charges.
>All this at the touch of a key.
>We call the system "ALL-PARTS"
>Your opinion is most welcome.
>This is because we are still in the stage where good advice can be
>applied to the ultimate design of the ALL-PARTS system.
>Because you are experienced in the parts industry and would know a good
>parts-service from a bad one, I would like to ask you to review our site
>and tell me what you think of our system.
>Sort of like a "test drive".
>You could leave your comments by using the email button on the ALL-PARTS
>The ALL-PARTS site address is...
>Your comments would be appreciated and your views would be taken very
>seriously. We will use your opinions in the improvement of the design of
>Most of the information in ALL-PARTS are real entries our early
>customers have put in themselves.
>Feel free to put in as many parts as you wish, and remember, you can
>easily edit or update any of your entries at anytime as well. Simply use
>your "Password" to do so.
>There will be no charges whatsoever.
>Simply disregard the request for your own Credit Card #.
>Just use the Credit Card # 5555.
>Our system as been preset to accept #5555 for "Free Entry Access."
>For example, you can enter the information as follows:
>Expiry Date: 12/99
>This "win-win" situation will assist both ourselves in developing our
>Database as well as allowing you to list your parts within a system that
>is recording ever increasing daily/weekly "viewership".
>Thank you very much for your time.
> "All Of The Parts
> For Everything Ever Made"