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Unit 2, 45 Welshpool Road, Welshpool, WA 6106

+61 8 9470 1117

Classic Auto Spares

Rare Parts Vehicle Restoration Products

Restoring a unique, classic, vintage or performance car? For those hard to find spares, check out Rare Parts in Welshpool.

Whether you’re restoring a car from the 1920s or a classic Holden or Ford, we’ve got the products you need  including:

  • Rust repair panels
  • Automotive body rubber
  • Suspension/steering components
  • Reproduction interior trim
  • Finishing products such as lenses, badges, seatbelts and decals.

Finding Rare Parts is Easy

Simply tell us what you’re after and leave the rest to us! The team at Rare Parts can source parts for most makes, including Holden, Ford, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Toyota, Mazda and Nissan.

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What our customers say about us

“Awesome service! Can’t find better.” –  Noddy Perkins

Noddy Perkins
Customer

“Bought a heap of LX hatchback parts. Todd is very good to deal with. I will support our WA guys at Rare Parts !!!! Cheers for your help.” –  Glenn Wright

Glenn Wright
Customer

“Excellent place and most helpful guys around! Willing to go above and beyond to see customers happy.” – Brett Walker

Brett Walker
Holden Enthusiast

“Hi my name is Janelle Zandvliet and my husband and I have been restoring cars for over 15 years now and we’ve been in the Monaro Scene in Perth for longer than that. Rare Parts have been our go to parts place for all things Cars and Monaro’s for a while now and Todd and his great staff have always been willing to help us and anybody we refer there. Todd’s knowledge of HQ’s is outstanding and his parts range for restoration projects are very good.
Todd has been a great sponsor and long-time member of the Monaro Car Club of WA and has assisted us with stands and displays at a number of our events, meetings and the Monaro Nationals held here in WA in 2012.” – Janelle Zandvliet

Janelle Zandvliet
Monaro Enthusiast

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