Classic Industries, a provider of automotive restoration and performance parts for classic GM, Mopar and Ford, launched its new Mustang product line at ClassicIndustries.com.
The company said after its 2017 acquisition of California Mustang and the success that followed, it only made sense as the next step to merge the two operations into one, and bring the Ford Mustang line officially into the Classic Industries family of automotive product lines. Although the California Mustang name and location will be changing, customers can still expect an expansive product selection, and world-class customer service that has made Classic Industries a market leader, the company added.
With more than four decades in the restoration business, Classic Industries says it is poised to leverage its resources to develop, expand and deliver quality Ford Mustang parts with the competitive pricing and the superb customer service that California Mustang has offered since 1976.
Parts and accessories for Mustang will now be conveniently located at Classic Industries’ corporate headquarters in Huntington Beach, California. The merger will offer California Mustang’s loyal customers an increased selection of parts with more top brands, a comprehensive full color parts and accessories catalog for Mustang, and an improved online user experience, according to Classic Industries.
“On the wave of our 40th anniversary, we couldn’t be more proud to announce that we are now offering the restoration and enthusiast community quality parts and accessories for the ‘Big Three’ automakers – GM, Mopar and Ford,” said Jeff Leonard, CEO of Classic Industries. “The classic Mustang parts industry is a growing market, and we look forward to raising the bar for the industry and providing the most comprehensive catalog, as well as new heights of quality and customer satisfaction.”
Customers can now find Ford Mustang parts online at Classicindustries.com/mustang. In addition to the new parts line for Mustang, Classic Industries has several other product catalogs in development for other Ford models, including Fairlane, Falcon, Ranchero, Galaxie, Ford pickups and Bronco, as well as Mercury Cougar and Comet.