Lincoln Parts Suppliers: AKA The Usual Suspects

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https://www.steerandgear.com/

Adding this as a potential place for 60s gearbox rebuilds. Recommended by a colleague.
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http://www.carburetorusa.com/

A place that rebuilds carburetors.
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Cougars Unlimited LLC
http://www.cougarsunlimited.net

Cougars Unlimited provides sequential turn signal systems and parts.
LED Sequential lights can be added to 1966-67 Lincolns using the TS-400 sequential system.
Please contact me for specific instructions and wiring diagrams for you Lincoln.

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Hello friends, for years I was able to solve all the problems for my '57 Premiere in Germany, but now I'm desperate about the seals.
The window seals on the hinged windows of my '57 Premiere are gone. I can't get a replacement anywhere in Central Europe. Does anyone have any idea who I can contact in the US or Canada?
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Start with Lincoln Land, in Florida. Tell them you were referred by me/this forum. They should be able to point.

They’d be my number one contact for anything. Tell Chris Dunn I say hi.
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Thanks Dan for the quick help. I have already sent an email to Lincoln Land and am hoping to get a response within the next week.
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I know there's a 6 hour time difference, but you will get a better response if you try calling during their normal business hours.
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Hi the community;

i search a radio woodgrain plate for my MK IV '73 that accepts the 8 tracks radio 7710 instead of the original AM/FM ;
i've found that piece on:

https://borthautoparts.com

but they don't reply ....

Is there someone here that have bought something on this website ... are they serious ?

here is the plate I search : if you have one in good shape , that may interest me ... PM me
https://borthautoparts.com/parts-produc ... ood-grain/
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Call them during business hours.
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I thought I'd add the fine folks who rebuilt my original vacuum advance last year. They also rebuild other vacuum operated units, such as climate control servos.
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Boos-Herrel. Great source for 1936 - 48 Lincoln Zephyr and Continental parts. Catalog is online, but you’ll need to call to order.
http://www.boos-herrel.com/
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