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Old 05-04-2006, 09:58 AM   #1
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My wife ordered the Lower Intake Manifold gaskets (for a 95 SSEi) since they didn't have them in stock and they quoted her $50.00 Can. The regular price was $70.00, don't you find that expensive for a 4 piece gasket set? I remember the days when you could get a complete engine gasket set for that price. And no.........I'm not in my 60'* or 50.* for that matter.
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While I've never ordered S1 gaskets. That price is about on track with the S2 prices.... except..it'* in those funny looking dollars.
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That price isn't too far off. Especially in money for OEM gaskets.
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While I've never ordered S1 gaskets. That price is about on track with the S2 prices.... except..it'* in those funny looking dollars.
Those so called "funny looking dollars are catching up with your all the same colour dollars. Thanks for the reply Bill. Since we're on the topic of the dollar, it'* becoming more inviting to order car parts abroad now...........
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While I've never ordered S1 gaskets. That price is about on track with the S2 prices.... except..it'* in those funny looking dollars.
Those so called "funny looking dollars are catching up with your all the same colour dollars. Thanks for the reply Bill. Since we're on the topic of the dollar, it'* becoming more inviting to order car parts abroad now...........
I hear you....some of those people to your south are ok
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