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Re: Thanks for nothing! (archive)

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Posted by Jeff J. on August 14, 2001 at 19:06:54:

In Reply to: Thanks for nothing! posted by mike on August 14, 2001 at 18:44:25:

Mike,
I dont mean to offend anyone, but its just that I got my seats through a friends friend, etc, and I'm really not sure if he would appreciate a million people calling him up asking him to sell them seats at what is basically wholesale cost. I'm just giving you some advice, I shopped around for a very long time like your doing right now...
But seriously, call TCKLine. Their website is www.tckline.com
Ask them if they can give you a deal on some SRD's. They might also allow you to do a group purchase.
I should also say that when I say $800 a pair, that was after subtracting $100 from coupon savings from Recaro! Make sure you try to locate two copies of the $50 off coupons issued by Recaro a few months ago. Some magazines containing these coupons may still be on newsstands, but be quick because Recaro may not offer the rebate for much longer.
I'm sorry If I offended you or anyone else.. Just trying to offer some helpful advice. If you can get those seats for $1040 a pair, minus $100 if you can locate coupons and get them in quick, thats $940 for the pair... A great deal and you should go for itÖ Just remember to get the brackets..

Jeff J.


So, you say that we are not getting a good price and you say you got your new for $800 a set and can't hook any of us up or tell us where you got them. Sounds like fish story to me. I'd be VERY happy wiht $800 a set! Help the group out!
Mike

Thatís a bit much for those SRD's, especially for a group buy. I ordered my set for $800 a pair a few weeks ago. I canít really say where I got them from because it was sort of a special deal for me, but keep looking around. Also, Recaro is still honoring the $50 dollar rebates (per seat) they ran in several magazines a few months ago. Use these coupons to get some money back from the factory. Also, Recaro is going through a major restructuring right now, so if you decide to place a custom order for your seats be prepared to wait a while... I've been waiting 4 months for mine :-(
BTW, give TCKline a call, see what kind of deals they can get you on SRDís.. Remember, your going to need some brackets to mount your seats to the stock seat sliders...

Jeff J.


Guys, I'm interested in getting Recaro SRD for my car. Talked to a local shop and they are willing to do a group buy of minimum 4 sets for $1040/pair. They currently have 5 sets in stock, color of black, red, and gray.

If anybody interested, please email me directly to get details. Or if anybody know a place that can sell it for cheaper price, please lead me to it.

Thanks,
Andrie






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