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Underbody braces, turbos and more!

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 Post subject: jaguar,vettes&sprints
PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 1:44 am 
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needed a distributor,and some blinkers. he DELIVERED!!! :shock: :D

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sent the wrong amount throu paypal but fixed it quikly, great guy to deal with.


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sold a pair of sideskirts to him. payment was fast and he was very easy to deal with. i would do business with again!! 8)

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Bought some parts on ebay, seller doesnt ship to canada. JV&S agreed to be my middle man.

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sold more parts to scott, fast payment as always!

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Needed some carburetors. He had a few extra. Shipped and received within a few days.
Fair guy to deal with.
Also included a tail light.
Made my day...

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i shoulda posted earlier, but i forgot. jv&s sent me some heater control knobs for free! and he also sent me some hard to find corner lenses for a really good price! a really good guy to deal with!

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i forgot as well.
bought a turbo from me, paid cash, my favorite.

good guy, wish he could hang out longer when he comes over.
i left him sitting in my driveway because i was late leaving my boys school, so i guess he did kind of hang out.(sorry :oops: )

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Good to deal with, had no problems...in the right thread now hehe. Enjoy the hood scoop dude.

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 Post subject: MK1 intercooler
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2007 12:19 pm 
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Scott made payment fast and will do business with he again.


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Needed a water tube for a 1L, and he journey'd through the rain, snow, sleet, and even fought the guy at the light using just one finger!!!! :lol: Thanks man, you rock 8)

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I've had a ton of dealings with Scott, he's an honest respectable guy with a nice family, even if his sense of humor is a little 'different' :lol:

now if only he'd pop out & get this box of parts that's cluttering up my workspace :P

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Location: Palm Springs: Too hot from June to Oct.!
Likewise, done lots of dealings with JVS. His prices are too low, and I expect him to go broke at any minute.
He sends stuff before he receives your money, and doesn't hound you enough for payment.
This keeps up, he'll not only go broke, his nice family will end up in the poor house.

Anyways, highly recommend him if you need parts. But tell him to raise his prices.

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DIY Shocks: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=45483
DIY Wheel Align: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=42479
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Scott hooked me up with some rear seats. They're in good shape and she shipping was great. He also did all the research to ship it. He hooked me up!

thanks Scott!

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I really needed some grill clips so I offered $20 a clip :shock: and after a few weeks of waiting Scott told me that was too much and he'd go look for some, found a pair and asked for $10 and I could send it after I got the clips! Thanks Scott!

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sent the wrong amount throu paypal but fixed it quikly, great guy to deal with.

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I bought a couple of Exhaust Bolts from jaguar,vettes&sprints last Sunday and they were just what my little 1985 Chevy Sprint needed... :D .....Very good buying experience...........

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Bought a 1987 Turbo Sprint (the "granny" car) from him at the 2009 Seattle meet. Great guy and nice family. He gave me tons of information on the car's history and his modifications. Car ran great to get me home near Portland, OR. No surprises here. Would definitely do business with him again (and probably will). A real stand-up guy.

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Bought a speedo cable today from him, willing to meet, great price, nice to talk to. Thanks Scott!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:46 am 
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I sold him a turbo sprint MK I and he paid cash and gave me a finders halfway delivery bonus. Yes a stand up honest good guy. Ones like Scott are hard to find. Hope things are going well for you and your family and I hope you and yours have happy holidays.

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Thank you

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:06 pm 
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scott helped me out with a part that will make my daily commute much easier to take.

i had a hard time bargaining with him - he wouldn't take my money. :lol:

as far as being a stand up guy, scott has always been a great trading partner and he represents the best spirit of teamswift. he's always there to help another member fix a problem.

super guy. :wink:

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Bought a mid wing from me. I had a few things on the go and he stuck with me patiently until I got it sent his way. Pleasure to deal with. Thanks.

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Bought a stock mk1 cruise control system from Scott. It was shipped very quickly and packed very well. Absolutely no complaints. My second purchase from him and I would definitely buy from him again!! Thanks again!!!

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This was my first purchase from a teamswift member. I bought a gauge cluster from Scott. He was quick to reply to emails, inexpensive and quick to ship. Hopefully everyone will be like him.

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