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How long do car companies have to supply car parts?

Asked by Mark Lodkowski

I heard it’s a myth that car companies must supply car parts for at least 10 years after a vehicle was built. If it is a myth, do you think that would stop people from buying Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons once they close their factories?

Answered by CarsGuide

14 Mar 2016 Paul Gover

It’s not a myth, it’s the law. It’s also why Ford is stamping a 10-year supply of Falcon and Territory body panels this month in Geelong before closing down that part of its local production operation.

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