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Kudos to Scott302 at NPD

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last week i was asking what the metal packing stuffed in my manifold was and how to replace it. Scott302 replied that they carry it at Nat'l Parts Depot, but i couldnt find it in the catalog.
I just got one of my orders today (placed 3 orders last week, hooboy), and inside was this item marked 'free of charge per Scott'.
thats great service, thank Scott & NPD !
mike o

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'99 silver convertible V6

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Thats great!!! I'm real big on good Customer service. There are too many places to spend my dollar to get bad service.

AKA "Fastbackpimp"
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Well maybe I should start ordering through scott. Last time I ordered from NPD i had a bad experience with a salesmen. I finally decided to give em another try bc they have something I need but lets see how this goes.

San Antonio, Tx
66 coupe 289
70 fastback done by may/graduation...hopefully
At the California NPD there's a guy who goes by JC and he's very knowledgeable about Mustangs. Since NPD carrys Chevelle, T-bird, and Camaro parts, sometimes you may get someone who doesn't speak Ford. *G*

They're a big company but they do take care of you. I've haven't had a problem with them.

Dean T

Shikatta Ga Nai - "It cannot be helped"
Thanks for the kind words! The packing is listed for 8 cylinder cars so I figured I'd use you as a Guinea Pig :) See if it works for you. Let me know either way.

National Parts Depot
1965 Conv:Street driven concours
1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
NPD always has given me top notch service.

1965 Convertible, 351W, Tremec, 9", continuous "improvements"
1996 Explorer XLT - daily driver
2000 Taurus - wife's driver
2001 Giant OCR3 - my 2 wheel road warrior for getting in shape
NPD in NC is the best. I only order from them now.

You know you're in deep when they recognize your voice on the phone.

"When you hear pounding hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras." - Dr. Harold Slavkin, Dean USCSD
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