What is the Hollander Interchange?
The Hollander Interchange is a numbering system that indexes which parts are interchangeable among vehicles. For example, the timing cover for a 1976 GMC Truck also fits a 1969 Corvette. For more than seventy five years, automotive professionals have trusted the Hollander Interchange to help them save time and money locating parts.
What models are covered in the books?
Hollander Interchange Manuals cover most foreign and domestic cars and light trucks from the 1920s to the present. For a complete list of year ranges, click here.
What types of parts are covered?
The manuals cover more than 150 mechanical and body parts and assemblies.
How soon will I receive my order?
Within the U.S., Hollander Manuals are shipped by standard UPS ground delivery, and should arrive within 7-10 days after your order is received. If you are ordering outside the U.S. and Canada, delivery times and costs will vary by location. To request a shipping quote, click here.
Are the Hollander Manuals available on in an electronic format?
Yes, this product is called Hollander Electronic Book. Click here for more information.
What are the hardware requirements to run the Hollander Electronic Book on my computer?
Hollander Electronic Book requires an IBM-compatible computer. For specific hardware requirements, click here for more information.
Do you sell parts?
No, Hollander sells automotive interchange manuals and business management software for the automotive recycling industry. To find and purchase used parts for vehicles 1965-present, please contact your local automotive recycler.
I'm interested in purchasing an automotive recycling management system. Where can I get more information?
Automotive recyclers interested in Powerlink or the EDEN parts locating network can call 1-800-825-0644 for more information or click here to request information.