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What Does GM, Ford or Mopar Licensed Restoration Parts Mean?

Posted on: May 15, 2020 in Tech Tips

Licensed restoration parts for cars and trucks are dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality products offered in the restoration industry by using the original tooling under licensing when tooling is available. Otherwise.

When you see the “Licensed Restoration Parts” emblem associated with our restoration parts, you can be assured that each part is licensed by General Motors Ford or Mopar for reproduction and meets guidelines for quality and authenticity.

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