Finding Second Hand Opel parts in Gauteng, PTA
If you’re looking for Opel spares in Pretoria look no further! German spares is a network of Opel scrap yards that offer used Opel parts for sale. One might ask where do the salvage yards get their parts from? The answer is: Accident damaged Opel vehicles! But if the parts are from an accident damaged vehicle then shouldn’t the parts be damaged? No, not ALL parts are damaged in an accident. E.g. If a vehicle has front end damage, then the rear end of the vehicle will have parts that are unaffected by the accident.
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– Easily contact a circle of scrap yards in South Africa
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– No middleman charges
Why Purchase Used Opel Spares?
In most cases you will come to realize that purchasing second hand Opel parts is much cheaper than purchasing new parts. Many agents and dealers say that you don’t get guarantees when you purchase used parts. However, there are cases when it really doesn’t make sense to buy new parts. E.g. You need to replace body parts. Why would you need a guarantee on a bumper? If it fits properly and matches the color of your car then the job is done!
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Looking for a set of OEM 17" rims. Willing to swop in my set of 19"
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I am looking for a good second hand flywheel
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i would like to find out if you have the window winder mechanisms (electical windows) for the backdoors on a Meriva?
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My stroking column is damaged can you make a quote please it an adjustable one
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Im looking for a head light leveling control module for a 2014 Opel Astra j Opc...thank you
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Hi looking for an airbag / hooter spiral for my Opel Corsa gamma 1.4i 2006 model hatch back.
2019-11-25 19:39:26 +00:00
What is the price for a computer box A14XER corsa and a camshaft sensor?
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Valve mounted on Aircleaner housing, attached to it is a pipe fromnthe fuel tank, a vacum pipe from the base of the throttle valve body, and two pipes to the body.Bonnet, and a plastic cover, covering the batter y between bonnet, and Windscreen.Blower filtre cover.
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2003 Astra Classic
Require a ECU controller
2019-11-25 07:55:45 +00:00
Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa and is located in the province of Gauteng, approximately 50 km north of Johannesburg. The city area is crossed by the Magaliesberg range.
Pretoria was founded by the Voortrekkers on 16 November 1855 and in 1860 became the capital of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR) and in 1910 the Transvaal and also the newly formed Union of South Africa ‘s executive capital. Cape Town has been the legislative capital since 1910 and Bloemfontein the judicial capital.
Compared to neighboring Johannesburg, Pretoria, which first gained city status in 1931, grew at a slower rate. Only when the National Party came to power in 1948 did Pretoria gradually grow in importance. The city currently serves as an administrative center, and the local services sector provides the most jobs. Still, Pretoria has an industrial base, which relies mainly on the iron and steel industry as well as automobile manufacturing, and also serves as a railway center.
Pretoria’s tertiary education institutions include the University of South Africa (founded in 1873 and currently one of the world’s leading distance education institutions), the University of Pretoria (founded in 1908) and the Tshwane University of Technology .
Pretoria has been part of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality since 2000 . On 7 March 2005 the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, under the authority of the ANC, decided in a meeting to formally register the City of Tshwane as a geographical place name on the database of the South African Geographical Names Council (SAGNR) in terms of the SAGNR Act 118 of 1998. Since then, the previous Tshwane metro council has been involved in a controversial process to establish Tshwane as the official and only name of the city.   In August 2007, the South African Geographical Names Councilhowever, it confirmed that Pretoria’s name was not changed. Until 2019, the city’s official name has not changed and it now seems unlikely that it will happen at all.