Evan J. Smith
July 6, 2015

If you’ve restored or modified any 1993 or earlier Ford Mustang, chances are you’ve checked out the vast line of reproduction, replacement, and aftermarket parts from National Parts Depot (NPD). NPD has been offering restoration and aftermarket parts for over 35 years, and they’re planning to release their new 1994–2004 Mustang parts line and catalog.

“I am super excited about moving into the 1994-2004 model years,” said Matthew Laszaic, Ford Mustang Project Manager at NPD, who designed the Fox-body and the SN-95 catalogs. “Being that my first Mustang was a 1994 Mustang GT, these cars have always been at the top of my list.”

Hot, new parts will include rubber seals, upholstery, interior and exterior trim, knobs, switches and much more. “We are going to focus on making sure that the restoration support is there, but we’ll carry many of the popular aftermarket parts, too,” added Laszaic. A look at NPD’s 1979-1993 Mustang catalog (in print or online), shows the complete range of Fox (and earlier) parts. This is an indicator as to what’s coming for the 1994–2004 Mustangs.

NPD stocks thousands of parts in four national locations (Florida, North Carolina, Michigan and California)—so customers benefit from fast shipping (ground freight takes 1-3 business days on average). Or you can visit its showrooms and pick up parts 7 days a week. “You shouldn't have to wait on backorders, drop ships, or a sale to get the best parts for your modern Mustang,” Laszaic stated. “You can even pre-order your new 1994-2004 Mustang catalog by clicking:


NPD is fueled by passionate enthusiasts who have a love for the hobby. In fact, NPD’s Silver Springs Ford and Mustang Roundup, which takes place near Ocala, Florida every January, is one of the best shows you’ll find. You’ll usually find over 1,000 interesting Fords including Mustangs, Mercs, Cobra, SVT Mustangs and F-150 Lightnings and classic trucks, plus many Roush, Shelby, and Saleen Stangs. And NPD regularly brings out a handful of its unique Ford and Mercury cars from its massive collection.

“Our philosophy is simple: supply quality parts at competitive prices in a timely manner. Our first classic 1965-1973 Mustang catalog was printed over 35 years ago, and a growing Fox-body Mustang market encouraged us to launch a restoration and performance parts catalog for them in 2011,” said Laszaic. “Now we’re taking it a step further by adding 1994-2004 Mustang to our inventory, with a new catalog scheduled for a 2016 debut. I can’t wait to show off all our new parts that will help Mustang owners rebuild and restore their cars,” he added.