Posted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:06 am
Wow. Such busy. Many call.
The best source for the Second Generation Neon - Period.
Neon4Life wrote:i know you like to have parts perfect but $800 for a srt wing is outrageous.. i wouldnt pay more than $150 for one gramps. just saying. but then again that $150 price tag is finding one used.
Midnight_Rider wrote:I found a new one on eBay for much less.
Not for a new one, especially since I didn't pay the $800 my dealership quoted.FAC3L3SS wrote:Even $150 is much.
I had thought about that but I wanted a new one.FAC3L3SS wrote:There are black ones for sale ALL the time. Local CL always has a handful for $50 each. A little buffing and it's crispy black again.
Sounds like it would of gotten to you earlier if you had the correct address. I bought a grounding kit from them a couple years ago. I got it quickly. They are good people. So is Forward Motion. Always get the two confused.Midnight_Rider wrote:Spoiler finally arrived- took 10 business days to ship (eBay ad promised within 4 days). FWD Performance had my funds for 10 calendar days before shipping and then sent UPS, contrary to ad (ad stated USPS so I had given them my post office box). Of course, UPS doesn't ship to post office boxes so I had to contact the seller to change the shipping address.
Has anyone else had experience with FWD Performance?
I had given them the correct address if they had shipped via USPS as their eBay ad stated. Instead, they shipped UPS without telling me. Considering the volume that they ship/receive, they should know that UPS won't deliver to a post office box and they should have contacted me immediately to get a street address so as to not delay shipment.MyNeonSaysHi wrote:Sounds like it would of gotten to you earlier if you had the correct address.
I heard about this yesterday on Facebook!Midnight_Rider wrote:The Maddog STS was installed Saturday, along with several replacement parts around the vehicle. Thanks again to everyone who attended chipdogg's WI meet for helping me!
After I hit it, I was on pins and needles the hour it took to get home. I was so glad to get the car in the garage and get a light under it to check for possible damage. What a relief!thomas_w wrote:...glad to hear the car did not take any damage from the orange barrel.
I paid $292 US plus tax.Gnuserup wrote:how much is it ?
Cool, can't wait to see it powder coated and on the car. Well, seeing is relative since it is one of the less visible parts. Does the sticker mean they are actually still making these and not just selling off remaining stock?Midnight_Rider wrote:According to its "MADE in USA" sticker , the part was manufactured this past June 5th. I'm surprised considering that Mopar has seriously dropped its price this year. Notice the "FCA US LLC" on the label? First time that I've seen that on a part.