Albany, NY (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
Vehicles that are now older than 30 years in the U.S. are considered classics and can make locating auto parts replacements complicated for car owners. The Got Transmissions company now sells more vintage auto parts and is offering used C6 transmission inventory for sale at http://gottransmissions.com/ford-transmissions.html.
The C6 editions that are available for retail purchase online now join the C3 and some Ford-O-Matic editions that still remain available in the U.S. Automobile components buyers who can no longer connect with local retailers to find assortments of classic Ford auto parts should benefit from the C6 assemblies for sale.
"The builds that consumers can now explore while accessing our website 24/7 provides a way to review prices without the struggles often experienced using local auto parts stores," a seller from the Got Transmissions website said.
The enhanced classic automotive transmission warehouse inventory now marketed to national parts purchasers by the Got Transmissions company includes more than Ford Motor Company parts. Owners or servicers of Ford, Dodge, Chrysler or Honda vehicles can also find vintage transmissions for sale.
"We've put in new investments into the classic side of our inventory to bring more units into our company that are limited in supply through new parts sellers," the seller said.
Sales processing at the GotTransmissions.com website is now managed through an e-commerce system built entirely for consumer usage. A quote request for a transmission can now turn into a sale thanks to the attachment of one-touch buy buttons with each quote.
The GotTransmissions.com company supplies used components in the auto industry direct to consumers who buy regularly using the Internet. The company database is now full of assemblies that are delivered within a day or two after purchases are complete. The GotTransmissions.com company has lengthened its policies for warranties over the past 12 months as a show of good faith to purchasers of vehicle transmissions who expect to receive a longer parts life span once installations are finished.