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Midas - Motor Spares



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Midas is a retail store designed around the needs of any vehicle owner focusing on various product ranges from parts and accessories through to lifestyle equipment. There are over 265 franchised outlets in Southern Africa, including Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Mauritius and of course South Africa.

Midas - Motor Spares

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Latitude -29.6706° S 29.6706° S 29° 40' 14.16" -29° 40.236'
Longitude 17.8834° E 17.8834° E 17° 53' 0.24" 17° 53.004'
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4 Voortrekker Road
Springbok
Northern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
027 712 2570
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 27 712 2570

Fax No.
No fax number available

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Midas - Motor Spares has 1 comment/s

On 12 May 2011 Agnes Seruyange said:
looking for the yellow reflectors stickers for motor vehicles. give details of cost price per metre
enquire whether I can become your distrubutor in east africa
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