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* Starting this post off for the admins, letting you know I'm not advertising or listing my site in any way. I'm just trying to get some help and survey some people*

Alright guys, I'm about a month away from launching my website selling Performance Parts & Accessories for Modern Muscle Cars & Jeeps.

I'm coming to you to ask about what parts you previously bought for your vehicle and are looking to buy soon. I'm trying to fill my site with popular items!

Fill this out for me, I'd greatly appreciate it.

(Camaro, Mustang, Charger, Challenger, and/or Jeep):
Parts you've previously bought and put on your car:
Parts you are wanting to buy for your car:
When buying from a part website, what is the most crucial attribute about the site that makes you want to buy from them? (ex: nice website, good item searching, etc.) :


Even if you don't own one of those vehicles, still let me know what you think those car owners want the most.

Thanks guys!
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What does a Jeep have to do with a Mustang, Camaro, Charger, or Challenger? lol.

Anyway, I don't own any, but my brother does own a Mustang so I'll fill out what I know about it.

2013 Ford Mustang
Strut tower brace
Tires, spoiler, hood scoop
Brand name. For example, when I go to JC Whitney, or 4 wheel parts, I know I'm getting quality stuff. I won't buy from a site that's just starting up because I know that known and trusted sites sell the same part and I am familiar with their quality. Not only that, but generally when you're building a vehicle for whatever the case may be, you're not hoping you get a good brand whatever. Generally speaking when you buy something, you know what you're getting and who you're getting it from. When I built my truck, if I needed a ball joint, I wouldn't get a run of the mill ball joint. I would only purchase Moog. Same with wheel bearings, Timken bearings is all I used.
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002 wroteWhat does a Jeep have to do with a Mustang, Camaro, Charger, or Challenger? lol.

Anyway, I don't own any, but my brother does own a Mustang so I'll fill out what I know about it.

2013 Ford Mustang
Strut tower brace
Tires, spoiler, hood scoop
Brand name. For example, when I go to JC Whitney, or 4 wheel parts, I know I'm getting quality stuff. I won't buy from a site that's just starting up because I know that known and trusted sites sell the same part and I am familiar with their quality. Not only that, but generally when you're building a vehicle for whatever the case may be, you're not hoping you get a good brand whatever. Generally speaking when you buy something, you know what you're getting and who you're getting it from. When I built my truck, if I needed a ball joint, I wouldn't get a run of the mill ball joint. I would only purchase Moog. Same with wheel bearings, Timken bearings is all I used.


Aftermarket Jeep parts is a huge market that we want to attack.

Thank you for your help

Also to clarify, we're not making parts, we're selling big named products.
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I've had a camaro and now a jeep.. only thing the camaro got was a sticker over the emblem to black it out and a new aftermarket stereo.

The jeep on the other hand has gotten tail light guards, light bar, front/back grab handles, short antenna, halo headlights.

For websites i like things being in categories so its easy to look at various products that do the same thing while giving reviews to compare.
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Nyan wrote
002 wroteWhat does a Jeep have to do with a Mustang, Camaro, Charger, or Challenger? lol.

Anyway, I don't own any, but my brother does own a Mustang so I'll fill out what I know about it.

2013 Ford Mustang
Strut tower brace
Tires, spoiler, hood scoop
Brand name. For example, when I go to JC Whitney, or 4 wheel parts, I know I'm getting quality stuff. I won't buy from a site that's just starting up because I know that known and trusted sites sell the same part and I am familiar with their quality. Not only that, but generally when you're building a vehicle for whatever the case may be, you're not hoping you get a good brand whatever. Generally speaking when you buy something, you know what you're getting and who you're getting it from. When I built my truck, if I needed a ball joint, I wouldn't get a run of the mill ball joint. I would only purchase Moog. Same with wheel bearings, Timken bearings is all I used.


Aftermarket Jeep parts is a huge market that we want to attack.

Thank you for your help

Also to clarify, we're not making parts, we're selling big named products.


My point with the Jeep mixed in with muscle cars is as an offroad vehicle guy (I've owned 2 lifted trucks), I would not be buying off road parts from a place that sells Camaro, Challenger, Charger, Mustang, and oh yeah, Jeep parts.

Also, everyone already sells big name parts. JC Whitney, 4 wheel parts, Jegs, Rock auto, 1a auto, etc. You can even go into your local Autozone or O'reilly's and get these parts.
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002 wrote
Nyan wrote
002 wroteWhat does a Jeep have to do with a Mustang, Camaro, Charger, or Challenger? lol.

Anyway, I don't own any, but my brother does own a Mustang so I'll fill out what I know about it.

2013 Ford Mustang
Strut tower brace
Tires, spoiler, hood scoop
Brand name. For example, when I go to JC Whitney, or 4 wheel parts, I know I'm getting quality stuff. I won't buy from a site that's just starting up because I know that known and trusted sites sell the same part and I am familiar with their quality. Not only that, but generally when you're building a vehicle for whatever the case may be, you're not hoping you get a good brand whatever. Generally speaking when you buy something, you know what you're getting and who you're getting it from. When I built my truck, if I needed a ball joint, I wouldn't get a run of the mill ball joint. I would only purchase Moog. Same with wheel bearings, Timken bearings is all I used.


Aftermarket Jeep parts is a huge market that we want to attack.

Thank you for your help

Also to clarify, we're not making parts, we're selling big named products.


My point with the Jeep mixed in with muscle cars is as an offroad vehicle guy (I've owned 2 lifted trucks), I would not be buying off road parts from a place that sells Camaro, Challenger, Charger, Mustang, and oh yeah, Jeep parts.

Also, everyone already sells big name parts. JC Whitney, 4 wheel parts, Jegs, Rock auto, 1a auto, etc. You can even go into your local Autozone or O'reilly's and get these parts.


I can see you're probably one of the few on the negative side of trying a brand that's not known but that's okay! You'd be surprised that most people like giving newer sites a try. That's also where our site design, feature rich layout, competitive pricing, and strong business model set us apart from the competition.

On your topic about the jeeps, my partner and I discussed this through and throughout. Talked with many Jeep owners and Muscle Car owners and found that pretty much everyone was okay with tying an off road market into a performance market. In fact a lot of drag car owners tow their vehicle with jeeps and trucks.

We plan on expanding to trucks in the near future, we just want to test the waters with the huge demand for Jeep Parts first.

Thanks for the input man!
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