Malvern-Based Online Retailer of Aftermarket Car Parts Expands with Third Website

Image of Turn5 co-founders and brothers Andrew and Steve Voudouris via Pete Bannan, Digital First Media.

The online retailer of aftermarket truck parts that has been revving up Chester County with plans for a new headquarters in Paoli and 183 new jobs is now also fueling a big move toward growth by opening the door for Chevy and GMC truck lovers.

Chester County’s Turn5 is launching its new AmericanTrucks parts website focused on Chevy Silverados, GMC Sierras, and the Ford F-150s currently showcased on Turn5’s AmericanMuscle website, according to a Daily Local News report by Brian McCullough.

“The mid- and full-size truck market is rapidly growing, and our goal is to continue to serve a group of owners that are enthusiasts and passionate about their vehicles,” said CEO Steve Voudouris. “We also took into consideration the heavy production numbers of these particular trucks.”

Once the F-150 parts move to AmericanTrucks, Turn5’s AmericanMuscle site will focus exclusively on Ford Mustangs. The company also runs ExtremeTerrain, a parts website for Jeep Wranglers.

Read more about the expansion of both the Turn5 corporate presence and its product websites in the Daily Local News here, and check out previous VISTA Today coverage of the company here.

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