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Question for Paul Kenwood (archive)

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Posted by Phil M. on March 07, 2001 at 16:55:57:

In Reply to: Warning! posted by Paul Kenwood on March 07, 2001 at 05:17:33:

On a number of occasions, I have been at the Dealer parts counter looking over their shoulder at the exploded parts diagram on the screen. Often, after they find the part number and determine that they don't have it in stock, they won't give me the number. All I want to do is see if the other dealer in town has the part to save me a week of waiting. Here's the question: Why are these numbers held as secret until you pay for and have posession of the part? I used to think it was hard to get cooperation from the Maserati dealer, but this is just about as bad.

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