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Old 01-29-2002, 08:15 AM
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This place is on of the most unfriendly businesses I have ever dealt with. During the process of building my car, I have made 4 trips to this LOCAL business. The owner will hardly look up from his computer while he basically makes you feel as if you are bothering him by inquiring about his products. I can only imagine what customer service would be like AFTER you bought something from him. I thought we were all in this because we enjoyed it, but if you are this unhappy and un-sociable, you should be doing something else. I guess because I walk in with a cane, he must figure that I am some gimp who isn't serious and doesn't have the finances or the ability to build something. I will NEVER buy something from this place.

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Old 01-29-2002, 01:18 PM
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Funny we have a place like that in this neck of the woods.Its called Total performance,the owner used to be on the floor (good ole Micky) he turned off so many local guys that most wont go there again.I have to say he has pretty good counter people now and does not seem to be near the counter anymore.If i see him there i dont even stop to this day.Coarse i have no use for t-buckets anyway. LOL
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Stay away from Souther Rods & Parts. I think they may have financial problems from the way they handle returns and the way the correct their shipping mistakes.
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I'm thinking he should have recommended a good time for you to come back to discuss what you wanted to do. I make an effort to not judge anyone that comes in my door, as you never know you wants/has what. After 4 visits you gave him, I'd have to agree with you. I get a bunch of folks that drive 3-6 hours to just see me and check it out, and I figure I ought to return the favor, if they think that much of me.
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I had e-mailed that place, seemed OK, but was not real freindly sounding either? So, thanks for the "steer clear"! I am looking at Martz Chassis Engineering in CT. He called me back on the phone and sounds like a great guy. He was a National Champ on the roundy-rounds, and built racing chassis for a living as well, Sounds like he really knows his stuff. He uses only 1/4" steel for his crossmembers which will handle any Big Block and lead sled out there! Check him out. I think I have found my IFS supplier!
http://www.martzchassis.net/
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You need to post this on our new rate and review the hot rod companies page. scroll on down to the bottom of this page and click on rate and review. This way all of the rodders will know about it and eventually the company will know how they are rated.
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