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    Default RockAuto Collector Magnets!

    For years, RockAuto has been featuring customers’ cars on our Collector Series Magnets, and including one inside the shipping box with most customers’ orders. They are real cars that are still on the road today, thanks to their owners’ loving care and parts purchased on We regularly issue batches of new magnets in limited quantities so more customers get a chance to have their cars in the magnet limelight. We hope all customers have fun receiving the magnets with their orders and expanding their magnet collection (share a picture of your collection below)! At the request of customers seeking additional magnets, we also offer a pack of five random RockAuto Collector Magnets, available for purchase here.

    If you purchase parts from, we would like to give you the opportunity to have your car or truck possibly featured on a RockAuto Collector Magnet! New, old, import, domestic, daily driver, trailer queen, classic, antique, we want to see them all! Please email with your favorite high resolution images (tips for taking pictures of your car) and what parts from RockAuto you have used. Unfortunately, we cannot feature every vehicle submitted on a magnet. If your vehicle is chosen, we will make sure to send you plenty of magnets to share with friends and family, and make you the envy of your car club.

    Thank You,

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    FEP Power Member mcb82gt's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
    Olathe, KS


    Ive been thinking about a topic regarding online parts yesterday. Rockauto is my first go to for all my vehicles. I have a fleet of 6, 4 of which are family daily drivers and all 2006 and older. So, as you know, I am ordering a lot of parts.

    I have been reading about the flood of imitation and knock off Name Brand parts. ACDelco, Motorcraft, Timken etc.

    How is RA ensuring I am truly getting the quality I am expecting and paying for? The package and Boxes are even being copied by these criminals. Many of the main name brand companies are building parts in China, how are we to be sure of anything anymore?

    There is also a concern that the name brands plants in China, releasing for sale blem parts or slightly out of spec, being sold cheap. Then being relisted by sellers as OEM parts.

    I am concerned by this growing problem and curious what steps RA is taking to protect their customers.

    Thank you. Posting this here, because I didn't know RA was a vendor on FEP, and I know they will at least see this here.

    Now stang-less.

    88 Cougar 5.0

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