PO Box 396
| The owners, Ed and Miki Pease of Narragansett
Reproductions have been involved in classic or antique car restoration
A family business today, Narragansett Reproductions' staff includes
Edmund and Eric Pease, involved with antique cars since their childhood.
In 1978, realizing the high cost and time consuming process of
reproductions and that many owners prefer to do some of their car
restoration themselves, the Pease family started marketing wiring
harnesses and trim.
With newly acquired antique harness and braiding machines and everything
else having to do with lacquered and braided wire, the Pease's repositioned
About the same time the Pease family found the perfect spot to
expand the growing business at Wood River Junction, Rhode Island.
The eight and a half acre property includes a building for the plant,
a mid-1800's white house, a river and a waterfall.
Using their own innovative techniques, access to historical drawings
and the antique harness and braiding machines, Ed and Miki Pease
developed Narragansett Reproductions into one of the top companies
in the U.S. providing wiring harnesses for antique and classic cars.
|In the past, Ed and Miki marketed their restorations,
wiring harness and trim parts and accessories business by traveling
the country in a trailer turned antique car parts store. Today
business is done through the mail, over the phone and now
via the web.
Our wiring harness catalogs
include parts for many models including Ford, General Motors, Chrysler
Narragansett Reproductions is located in a rural area of southern
Rhode Island. Owners, Ed Pease and his wife Miki are avid antique
and classic car lovers. Their primary interest in antique automobiles
is in Lincolns. Mention the word around either of them and their
ears perk up, their hearts begin to race, their palms get sweaty.............well,
maybe that's a little exaggerated, but you get the picture. Together
they have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the antique car
Learn more about the owners in the September 2000 issue of Car
& Parts, which featured the Pease family in the article, Woodie