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    Default Der Franzose - Possible Renault Parts Supplier

    Has anyone used this company for Renault parts?

    https://www.franzose.de/en/Renault/

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    They seems to have a huge range of parts although quite a few have quantity = 0

    I have never seen new floor panels for an R16 before
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    I´ve dealt with them once. I wasnt that impressed but they are one of the biggest on 2CV parts and most 2CV people seem happy with them.

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    Hi,
    I have not used them for Renault parts but have bought Citroen traction parts off them. OK. The parts stocks of some of these type of suppliers comes and goes a bit. I guess they buy in small batches.
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    I have not used them for Renault parts but have bought Citroen traction parts off them. OK. The parts stocks of some of these type of suppliers comes and goes a bit. I guess they buy in small batches.
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    I have used them a couple of times for Dauphine parts and have found them to be satisfactory.
    They are more user friendly than some for English speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisonati View Post
    I have used them a couple of times for Dauphine parts and have found them to be satisfactory.
    They are more user friendly than some for English speakers.
    They seemed efficient & had the merit of speaking English. Proceed with confidence would be my advice. cheers! Peter
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    Hi,

    I have used them for some 2CV and Dauphine parts. They usually supply a copy of their catalogue as well, which I think is good value. Like many o/s suppliers the postage is rather expensive so make sure you get a few parts at one time.

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    They'll probably include a small bag of lollies as well.

    I find Der Franzose very good.

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    Thanks all for the advice.

    Seems like I can proceed and make a few purchases.
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    Ditto all the above advice. Very good service so long as the part is in stock.

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