Layson's Restorations has a catalog available of just about anything you'll need for your Mopar restoration. They also list many of these items online so you can see what a wide selection they have.
Sandys Garage is one of the coolest Mopar sites on the Net. Check out the webcam of his restoration progress.
Mopar Restos located in Georgia has sheetmetal and other parts for Mopar cars.
Muscle Car Restorations will restore your classic muscle car to show winning quality. They happened to have done the work on the "Best of Show" winner at the 1997 Mopar Nationals. I personally saw this car during the show and it was the finest Chrysler 300 I'd ever seen. Excellent restoration work.
Auto Body Supply, Inc. has a complete line of auto bodywork tools and supplys.
Year One, Inc. has one of the largest and most complete catalogs available of musclecar parts.
Watch My Classic Car with Dennis
weekends on TNN!
Moyers' Fuel Tank Renu for complete gas tank restoration.
All American Classics, Inc. for all makes of pre-80 American car parts.
Kanter Automotive Products for all kinds of old engine, suspension and other restoration parts.
Auto Custom Carpets make all kinds of OEM restoration carpets and mats.
Steele Rubber Products have a full line of OEM style replacement rubber window and body seals.
Hemmings Motor News is "the bible" of the collector car hobby. If it's automotive you'll find it in Hemmings.
Auto Guy has southern U.S. area cars for sale, both restored and unrestored.
Ward's Cars of Interest has info on E-body and other Mopars. E-mail them for more information.
The Eastwood Co. has tons of automotive restoration tools and supplys!
Performance Suspension Technology has front end suspension parts and other items.
Coker Tire has all kinds of original tires for your restored car.
Caswell Electroplating has do it yourself kits for replating your original car parts.
More links to come later, so back home for now.