• some places to start sourcing the missing parts…

    atlasacessorios.com.br/puma-gt-gte-gts/
    matosautosantigos.com.br/index.php?cPath=46
    lider101.com.br/octopus/?sid=85&m=B&-5.-puma-cm1-7&p=0
    gustavobrasil.com.br/pecas/puma
    canaldapeca.com.br/busca/veiculo-carro/montadora-puma?remover=sim

    and two Puma fan sites that list further part sellers and Brazilian specialists:

    pumaslubisomem.blogspot.com.br/2012/11/fornecedores-de-pecas-para-restauracoes.html
    pumaniacos.blogspot.com.br/2007/03/peas-originais.html

    • Eduardo — that is indeed a great list, I'm going to add it to the body of the post and give you some credit!
      Thanks,
      Vince
      DT Editor-in-Chief and Chief-of-Chiefiness

    • you're welcome, Vince! let me know if there's something I can help you with (especially sourcing parts for Brazilian-built cars).

  • Hats off to the seller for successfully achieving that killer miss-aligned plasti-body-on-grotty-veedub-pan stance we all vie for. Big ups to his hommie photo snapper for the bodacious Vasoline smeared and creamy paint lustre one can only hope for in the mortal life.
    Forgive my trolling it's just that these horrid images have tarnished my most cherished memories of my ex (and under-age) Frenchie GF. Whom I fondly named, "Le Puma".

  • You have a good point here!I totally agree with what you have said!!Thanks for sharing your views…hope more people will read this article!!! Dungeons and Dragons Dice

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