View Full Version : Need New Toys!

03-28-2007, 01:51 PM
I am living in the Netherlands, and was wondering if anyone knows of any places in Europe that I can pick up aftermarket stuff for my 99 Cobra? I have looked into shipping from the states, but the cost is retarded. Thank you for your time!:thumbsup:

04-26-2007, 11:05 PM
I doubt you are goung to find anywhere out of the US that has parts for any mustangs other than early classics. Even here in Australia we have no speed shops for late model mustangs. Our exchange rate is pretty good at the moment so parts are cheap but i get things from California Mustang prices don,t seem to bad and they ship anywhere.

04-27-2007, 12:24 AM
Thanks Boss, thats what I was thinking. I havent found anything realy for the Mustang. A lot of shops for BMW, MERC,..... and so on. How is your 99 holding up?

04-27-2007, 08:41 AM
The 99' is holding up pretty good had a lot of problems early on when I first bought it in 03', had some dramas with the conversion to right hand drive. It turns a lot of heads here because they are by no means the most common vehicle on Australian roads. You would be in the same situation I beleive.

http://www.vic.mustang.org.au/EventPhotos/gal/014_Claytons_Concours_28-05-2006/7.jpg (http://www.vic.mustang.org.au/EventPhotos/index.php?spgmGal=014_Claytons_Concours_28-05-2006&spgmPic=13&spgmFilters=#pic)

http://www.vic.mustang.org.au/EventPhotos/gal/020_AOMC_Car_Show_17-04-2004/150_5100.jpg (http://www.vic.mustang.org.au/EventPhotos/index.php?spgmGal=020_AOMC_Car_Show_17-04-2004&spgmPic=1&spgmFilters=#pic)

04-27-2007, 10:08 AM

Nice looking ride. I love the little turn signal lights on the flank of the front fender (at least that what they look like)

04-30-2007, 02:47 PM
You have a vey nice ride! I have a friend here with a 2001 Mustang GT and he gets a lot of looks. I think mine will be the same. Cant wait to make her scream.... that will turn a lot of heads too!