Though there are plenty of aftermarket parts manufacturers out there making just about anything a classic car restorer could want, there’s just nothing like NOS Ford parts. Top-notch restorations typically work hard to feature as many original Blue Oval parts as possible, which also makes them more desirable. As such, this massive eBay find with $2 million in NOS Ford parts should prove pretty enticing to someone.
The plethora of parts, consisting of FoMoCo, Autolite, Rotunda, and Motorcraft goodies, is being sold by a company called All Classic Motors Ltd. in Velva, North Dakota, which seems like a good place to stash a bunch of investments if one wanted to hide them away from the world.
According to the listing, the parts collection spans the 1963-1978 model years but is mainly made up of goodies for 1964 1/2-1973 Ford Mustang, including Shelby, Mach 1, and Boss bits. However, the stash also includes parts and accessories for a variety of other Blue Oval models including the Fairlane, Torino, Cyclone, Pantera, Galaxie, Maverick, Cougar, and Falcon. Engine related parts are also available for a wide span of powerplants including Ford’s 289, 390, 427, 428, and 429.
This treasure trove of FoMoCo goodies is stored in a temperature-controlled building and neatly arranged by part number, which should make it easy to sift through. Those interested in buying can arrange an appointment and check them out in person, or get a detailed list of what’s available, which is a good idea considering how much dough they’ll be dropping here – a full $675k.
Regardless, if this bunch of NOS Ford parts are what the listing says they are, this could turn out to be a bargain for someone patient enough to sell everything individually. Original NOS parts are often hard to come by, depending on the make and model, and we’re betting there are some real gems buried in this stash.
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I’m sure the words ‘Parts, can you hold a minute please’ have been spoken there many, many times!! LOL
It’s interesting that in the second photo, on the first, white shelving unit, on the fifth shelf down, is a box with an AC Delco logo on it. That doesn’t look like an original Ford part.
Robert A, If this stock is from a dealership it could be they ordered the AC Delco part for a used car they had at one point. Or a customer car that happened to be a GM product. Part was never installed for whatever reason and it could not be returned to the original selling dealership because it may have been opened or whatever. It happens. I worked as a auto tech for close to 20 years, mostly Ford Dealership and more recently a GM dealer. I’ve seen it happen where a tech orders a part and for whatever reason it is not used and it is unable to be returned. Not saying that is the case here, just a possibility.
Ford used ac delco fuel pumps at the factory on some cars
Actually Fords run better with AC Delco parts
Lots of junk. Notice the shelves of old bell housings ? That’s not NOS. All those little boxes of small parts are not valuable items. Looks like some old dealership parts department. You could probably cherry pick some parts but most of that stuff is useless. Notice there is no inventory list, that gives it away.
Clearly you’ve never shopped from Rock Auto, almost everything they sell is from places just like this.
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It’s pathetic that Green Sales or Vintage Parts either passed on this lot or weren’t approached for the sale.
If you never worked ford parts your comments are worth less than others who have.
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Ford used AC Delco fuel pump for a few years.
Yeah, that’s pretty common in the auto industry, with one manufacturer supplying parts or assemblies to other manufacturers. Before GMs bankruptcy, the Saginaw Steering Gear division (now Nexteer) made most of the tilt and telescoping steering columns for the industry. But, you would think Ford would demand that those replacement parts be boxed with the Motorcraft logo and livery on them, so that there would be no confusion for the ultimate buyer, especially if they were to buy the part for installation at home.
My Ford leafs the Ford Recall list…maybe I should grab here
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I need a gas pump for a f250 5.4 2005
Velva: birthplace of Lawrence Welk. He didn’t even speak English until he was grown. Yes, a good place to hide these parts.
Lawrence Welk was born in Strasbourg ND you pinhead.
Iam interested in the inventory, there is no way its worth that money unless the parts warehouse is included.
There may be some 427sohc parts there,and other exotic parts that only a blue oval can would know
I wonder if there are parts in that warehouse for a 1973 Ford Ranchero 500 429 4 barrel carb. C 6 auto trans and a 1967 Mercury Cougar original C 4 transmission and 351 W engine from wrecked 1969 . Mustang. Thanks! Ira Harris
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