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United Pacific Industries launches new classic car parts ecommerce website

Monday, June 24, 2019 - 07:00
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In an effort to better serve their classic auto enthusiast customers, United Pacific Industries has introduced an all-new online shopping website: UPcarparts.com. This website allows users to easily search for items by product name, key word or part number while also providing the option for customers to peruse all available products for classic Chevy and Ford automobiles as well as merchandise such as a t-shirt, gift items and car accessories.
 
United Pacific has released the new site with clean and modern designs. Online shopping at UPcarparts.com provides the United Pacific brand experience to the customer. Customers can easily search products and add them to their shopping cart, which is a brand-new feature for the company. Listed on the site are more than 6,000 parts and accessories for automobiles such as the 1932 Ford vehicles, 1966-89 Ford Mustang, 1966-77 Ford Bronco, Chevrolet C-10 and more.
 
Additional features of the website include customer registration for email notifications, customer support and a blog and news section. United Pacific has created a mobile-ready version of the site as well. The website is also extremely protected, giving customers the security necessary to confidently purchase products from the website.
 
“We are thrilled to launch the UPI ecommerce website for U.S. customers. This significant milestone adds another layer to the buying experience. Our U.S. customers will now have 24 hour access to the best of UPI’s car parts and accessories via their computers, smartphones and tablets from anywhere in the U.S.,” said Jai Baek, marketing and creative director for United Pacific Industries.
 
The new website is currently live, and customers can visit the site to make purchases of all of the products they need to rebuild or customize their classic vehicle.

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