Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 01, 2014
A new resource for purchasing out of production auto parts is currently available through the Got Transmissions company. This company has updated its Internet inventory to include 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser transmissions for public sale at
These editions are part of the Ultradrive inventory that is now marketed to North American parts buyers this year. The discontinuance of the PT Cruiser has decreased the options for locating complete gearboxes from standard auto parts sources.
"The revised inventory for out of market parts at the GotTransmissions.com website is designed to help all purchasers of parts find quality units," said a Got Transmissions company source.
The 2003 gearboxes that are currently available for instant sale are also units that could fit into earlier editions of the PT Cruiser and subsequent Chrysler vehicles. Automotive researchers now have full access to the marketed inventory through the warehouse matching system that is now placed online.
"Our goal to build a better inventory this year is a continued effort each month to supply harder to locate parts from top U.S. automakers to the public," said the source.
The Got Transmissions website is currently enabled to process all searches for available parts through a new warehouse locator service. All company warehouses are now researched using this automated platform to locate any domestic or foreign vehicle transmission available for sale.
The option to search available parts using the toll-free phone line at 1-866-320-1182 still exists for U.S. buyers this year. More trained automotive staff has been added to field the incoming calls for hard to find components.
The GotTransmissions.com company is one of the USA resources that the general public has access to find discounted gearboxes for any vehicle brand. The pricing that this company has created to attract parts buyers this year has paid off in terms of increased orders. The GotTransmissions.com company website features an automated system designed for consumer use to produce in stock information and complete sticker price data. The system for supporting consumers by phone has been updated this year to accept calls from all states in the U.S.