Is there a place to look for OEM cosmetic parts?

sableguy

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I have searched high and low for certain parts for my newly acquired 94 ATX, I have been looking for a new decklid spoiler (half of mine is missing..), slicer wheels, or basket weave from 87-90 LX, SHO or 87-91 Sable, and the auto climate control head unit. Those are the only items I need to make my SHO complete. ANY HELP WOULD MEAN THE WORLD TO ME AND VERY MUCH APPRECIATED! New to the forum!
 

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New you can go through any number of Ford parts dealers. I personally go to Tasca Parts a lot. They have a great parts list often with parts diagrams. You can also use the part number you get there to search Google or eBay to find better pricing. Used you can go to forums or junkyard. Junkyard, I usually use Car-Part or LKQ. Both are groups of junkyards that list parts in one location. Aftermarket/maintenance type items, I often use Amazon or RockAuto.

Good Luck
 

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You will have to get most of that stuff used. Ebay, classified on this forum (for sale, parts cars and wanted to buy) and facebook marketplace has a SHO page I think. I have heard that FB is very helpful for tracking down parts. Also, contact Dan Barbush SV&HOdan is his handle on this forum. He usually has a car or two he is parting out and his prices are always reasonable. You may have to settle for a spoiler that is paint faded or a different color (although green is the most popular color manufactured for this generation of car). Cars are old and more rare so you have to be flexible or very patient. Online salvage yard stuff mentioned above is also a very powerful tool to find parts around the country.
 

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Welcome! Your car's paint looks good. Are you close to Vancouver, WA? Shosource is near there and they might have the parts you are looking for. There is someone selling basket weaves in Fall City, WA on Craigslist. But since your car came with slicers, you can probably find some as they are pretty common. Is your car an early 94 build, I have the same problem with the soft button EATC (climate control) on one of my cars. I would try finding a hard button EATC if you can (from a later build 94 or 95 car).
 

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I could be wrong, but I don't think Basket Weaves will fit over the Gen2 front brakes. The Baskets are 15".

Your best bet to find the stuff you are looking for would be in the SHO Marketplace on FB.

-Chad
 

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Gen2 brakes are less than 11" diameter, same size as the earlier cars so 15" should clear them just fine. Front brake size didn't get bigger in diameter until Gen3.
 

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Hard button EATC:


Front rotor sizes:
89-93 10.2"
94-95 10.8"
96-99 11.6"

Useful websites....Old SHOTimes FAQ:

Partially replaced with: http://wiki.wikisho.com/wiki/Main_Page

Large downloadable spreadsheet containing lots of Ford part numbers to help search for parts:

National dealer search: https://www.partsvoice.com/
Enter PNs without the '-'. Enter zero as the letter O.
 

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I would not go with the Basket Weaves since they will not fit if you decide to convert the front brakes to 1996 - 11.6 inches. I updated my front brakes to the 96
years ago and I am happy I did. SHO Source still has a new
hard button EATC blue/green display for sale.
 
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