I do know them and I bought some brake lines for our '95 corvette from them, used. Ours rusted through and I could not find new ones anywhere, and they were one of the few that had any at all.
They are a small Corvette parts shop with a heck of a lot of used inventory for C3 & C4 Corvettes. You get what they give you. Most of their parts are still on the cars and their property is like a large Corvette junk yard, but a lot of their parts are in trailers. Most of the time, if they have the parts and they are on one of the cars, they will pull them just before you get there or order them. I went there to get the brake lines and they pulled them from a C4 after I got there. In my case, they picked the best ones they had, and they were in really good shape. The C4 brake lines come as a set, as there are about 4-5 brake lines bundled together, so even though only 2 of mine were rusted, I had to buy and replace the entire set.
They have a small building in the front where they have an office and a display area for new parts, all 27 of them.
Actually looks more like a storage shed inside with a desk and a computer. They also have one larger building to the right where they work on Corvettes.
Not a bad place, but Ecklers they are not. As I said, you will get what they give you, so inquire a lot into what you are getting. I don't want to scare you off, as again, my brake lines were in really nice shape, but ask a lot and be specific. Once you get them, they are yours.
Here is their place on Google maps.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/16541 ... 82.1960995
They can be a bit pricey compared to most other places. What are you looking for?