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Who Killed the Parts Book?

Sorry. It's us. Gone are the days of leafing backwards and forwards through books, writing down the numbers and then phoning round to see who's got it. Now there's something called LookBook.

LookBook is an Interactive Parts Catalogue. Not only that, it is by far the most detailed and comprehensive online spares listing for Rolls-Royce and Bentley Models built from 1946 onwards.

Staff have been squirreling away at IntroCar HQ over the past three years creating page after interactive page. We have now built in excess of 1,800 pages of interactive content, covering Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn, Silver Wraith, Silver Cloud and Silver Shadow series, and Bentley MKVI, R-Type, S and T-series. The first sections for Rolls-Royce and Bentley models built from 1980 to present day are well underway. Over 55,000 individual part numbers have been painstakingly linked to our live online database. 

The result is a simple, intuitive parts listing that makes ordering parts a breeze.

What's unique about LookBook?

We're confident you'll find nothing else like it on the internet. Here's why:

  • Simple, point-and-click parts illustrations
  • 100% catalogues - where possible, every last nut, bolt and washer listed
  • Instant availability listing on all genuine, branded aftermarket, reconditioned and recycled parts
  • Point-and-click, it goes straight to pick - website, warehouse and order management system are directly linked. When you order it - it's yours. 

We have over 240,000 parts listed online, so we list everything there is to buy, and if you can't find it, use our 'Get this item for me feature' and we will do everything we can to source it elsewhere, or at least give you an up to date status of your options.

What next for LookBook?

We're not stopping. We are building comprehensive sections for models 1980-2003, Recently completed are the folowing:

This is the future, and it's happening right here.

 

Thanks again for your continued support and we look forward to hearing your feedback.

John Tupper

Managing Director

IntroCar