Buick Reatta Discuss thebuickplace in the BUICK CLUBS forums; A comment on this. I don't know what prices are being charged, as I have been unable to visit the website. Keep in mind, however, that it is not ridiculous ...
A comment on this. I don't know what prices are being charged, as I have been unable to visit the website. Keep in mind, however, that it is not ridiculous to charge a premium on these parts. Allbuick is providing a useful service by salvaging these buicks and keeping other parts in inventory, taking up time and space, as well as money in investment. Doing so makes it a lot easier for much needed parts to be located. Remember, profit is not a four letter word. If these prices are absolutely ridiculous, however, than such an undertaking would be unconscieable.
57 Roadmaster 75 4dht
58 Limited 4dht
Having dealt with Speedway in the past on a 69 Skylark project, I found them to be very honest, effecient and reasonable, When there are a very limited sources You pay what you feel you must to stay in the game, Thats why many others either have a spare reatta parts car or or in the market for one if they plan on staying a reatta collector rather than a transient owner.The Reatta Mafia?? Would probably have a complete attack if he knew what it would cost someone to talk me out of my spare Olds 324 Rocket engine. Its all relative... Go speedway..
I've recently scored a part from Speedway. I'm glad to have it. I consider them to be a trusted reliable source and in any future time of need I hope they will be able to pull me out of the discontinued parts fire again.<P>Glad your out there Speedway....saving the spotted reattas.
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