Classic Industries, one of the leading providers of automotive restoration and performance parts for classic GM and Chrysler vehicles, has announced the acquisition of three of the largest Ford restoration companies in Southern California. California Mustang Parts, California Muscle Parts, and Highway Classics brands will now be owned and operated under the Classic Industries name.
The announcement is a huge step toward Classic Industries bringing a dedicated Ford catalog to classic and late model enthusiasts looking for a one-stop shop to meet their restoration needs. Since 1976, Classic Industries has been a leader in providing GM and Mopar owners a large inventory of parts and accessories.
“We are pleased to announce the acquisition of California Mustang Parts, California Muscle Parts, and Highway Classics,” said CEO of Classic Industries, Jeff Leonard. “Classic Mustang Parts is one of the original icons in the mail order catalog business having served classic Ford Mustang and Falcon enthusiasts for more than four decades.”
Our focus moving forward will be on broadening the company’s product lines to cover additional Ford-related makes and models as well. – Ray Yager, Classic Industries
California Muscle Parts, the sister company of California Mustang, is the division formed to handle classic Ford Falcon parts, and also provides enthusiasts with an extensive selection of parts, accessories, and restyling components for late model Mustangs as well.
Highway Classics is the wholesale division of the company, handling the sale of a wide variety of classic auto parts and accessories to restoration shops, body shops, parts stores and other businesses across the globe.
Classic Industries fans can expect to see new catalogs and parts coming out for a variety of popular Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles. Support for popular restoration vehicles such as the Ford Bronco, Ford pickup, Mercury Cougar and other related models will now be available without having to search multiple sites.
Classic Industries will continue to serve the owners of GM and Mopar vehicles at the Classic Industries Corporate Headquarters in Huntington Beach, California.
Classic Industries’ merger with California Mustang Parts and related companies, provides the ability to create a user friendly customer experience. For more information on the new merger, visit the official Classic Industries website.