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eEuroparts.com® delivers the most extensive, accurate, and easy to navigate European auto parts catalog in the automotive aftermarket. We carry specialty auto parts from over 300 leading manufacturers, including Akebono, Behr, Bilstein, Bosch, Bosch Brakes, EBC Brakes, Elring, FAG, FTE, Hella, INA, Mahle, MANN+HUMMEL, Nissens, Luk, Sachs, Walbo, and more. We buy direct from all of our suppliers so that we can offer our customers the best possible value.
Since our founding in 2000, eEuroparts has always owned, stocked, and shipped everything we sell, allowing us to offer unmatched, price, customer service and satisfaction. eEuroparts.com® is committed to providing you with a user friendly online experience, a knowledgeable customer service staff, fast and reliable shipping, and quality parts at wholesale prices. Whether it's parts for: SAAB, Volvo, BMW, VW, Mercedes, Audi, Mini Cooper, and Porsche. Come find out why we've been the leading European import specialist parts for the last 15 years. Shop online here at http://www.eeuroparts.com or call us (800) 467-9769.
Posted on: February 12, 2016 by Adam Goral
Let's face it, a lot of our SAABs are getting on in years, but as long as there are still parts available there's no reason to say we have to give them up! One common issue involves the window regulators, more specifically the little green SAAB window rollers…Read More
Posted on: February 12, 2016 by Jordan Pagano
Although there are countless versions of a manual transmission and several iterations of each version due to improvements in manufacturing, design and market needs, their basic operation and function remains the same. So even if you aren't going to be building…Read More
Posted on: February 9, 2016 by Adam Goral
Recently, the enthusiast posts and articles aligned all in a singular direction pointed straight at the EPA, who is proposing a few changes regarding modifying street vehicles into competition off road racers by removing emissions systems, and there are a lot…Read More
Posted on: February 9, 2016 by Michael Hooper
We continued to push on the high speed stuff as they were not as icey (less wheel spin by previous cars). Stage 5 we topped a crest flatout in 5th gear somewhere north of 100mph. To feel the car wag its tail and lift from the ice at that speed was…Read More