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AAEQ Unveils New Web Site for AA Midwest Cores

AAEQ Manufacturers and Recyclers has launched a new Web site for AA Midwest Cores at www.aamidwestcores.com.
The Web site is part of AAEQ’s new marketing and sales initiative to
bring awareness to the company’s engine, transmission and internal
parts cores for sale to engine rebuilders and machine shops.

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AA Midwest processes more than 500 engines a day at
state-of-the-art facilities in Chicago and Las Vegas, with an inventory
that includes more than 150,000 engines and transmissions and other
internal part cores.

“We specialize in products and parts that either make one core work
in another application, or replace a hard-to-find or salvaged part,”
said William “Billy” Stolberg, president and COO, AAEQ. “Our new Web
site helps inform buyers about the cores we have available and the
depth of inventory that we carry. Our vast experience, from nearly 60
years in business, lets our experts advise customers on which type of
core will work best for the engine project they are working on.”


The site provides online inquiry capabilities for virtually any
core a buyer may be looking for. AA Midwest is known as a source for
unique and rare engine cores for virtually all manufacturers with cores
dating back as far as 1930. Some of the hard to find engine cores can
be found on the Web site under the company’s “Memory Lane” section. The
company plans to add online inventory capabilities for these antique
motors later this year. Any specific cores listed on the web site are
subject to prior sale.


The site also provides information on how to sell cores to AA
Midwest. The company buys all types of engines and transmissions and
Stolberg says is known for “paying top dollar, as well.”

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