General Information



Metro Moulded Parts, Inc. maintains an extensive inventory of parts to provide you the best possible service. Due to the unique nature of our products, however, certain items periodically outsell our best inventory estimates. Out of stock items are given the highest possible priority and are filled as quickly as possible.

Some parts -- such as for pre-WWII antiques, classics and restoration vehicles -- are not carried in inventory since they are infrequently ordered. These parts are provided on a "make-to-order" basis, which simply means that we make the part when we receive an order.

It typically takes between 5-7 business days for make-to-order parts to move through the production pipeline. During the main show season from February through July, it can take longer. We strongly advise that you order parts for a show vehicle well in advance of when you will need them.

We maintain an extensive inventory of parts.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Your satisfaction is guaranteed 100%! Return any item within 30 days, in good condition, for a full refund of the purchase price less shipping and handling charges.


Any part that is not satisfactory may be returned within 30 days. All returned items must be accompanied by a copy of the invoice.

Please call toll-free (866) 711-7822 for a Return Goods Authorization.

Lifetime warranty. Better than lifetime.

Accuracy of Information

We are constantly working to update model and application information on this website.

No guarantee of accuracy or completeness of any model and application information is implied or intended.


All parts are fully warranted against defects in material and workmanship. Liability is limited to the purchase price or replacement of an item.

We can not control how products may be used, thus we bear no liability for damages resulting from their use, handling or processing. This is the sole extent of the warranty.

We demand and get excellence in every product we produce, all with one goal in mind: to make the best possible rubber product on the market today.

A Brief History of Metro Moulded Parts

In 1918, John Hajicek started the Hutchinson Rubber Company in Hutchinson, Minnesota, one of the first rubber companies West of the Mississippi. Those new contraptions, automobiles, blew out their tires with regularity, and he manufactured thousands of auto inner tubes. This was the main product line until World War II, when John used his knowledge and equipment to manufacture a number of difficult parts for the military. After the war, he moved to Minneapolis and ran a small custom-molding company that specialized in hard-to-make industrial parts.

In 1962, his son, Donald Hajicek, began restoring an L29 Cord. He found very few rubber parts available for classic cars, with the exception of the early-model Fords. After making the molds and parts he needed,he advertised them in early editions of Hemmings Motor News. The response was wonderful: restorers deluged him with requests for other items. After endless hours of hard work, the business evolved into a growing line of reproduction classic car parts.

We demand and get excellence in every product we produce, all with one goal in mind: to make the best possible rubber product on the market today.


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