Oops, maybe a voice needs to be heard............
Not everyone says "they stink", Jon. We have fitted quite a few (to several
different cars, of course) over the last few years. All were purchased from
Moss, only one had a (fixable) problem and that was a crease caused during
shipping rather than a manufacturing defect. When installed and painted, all
looked well enough to make the customers happy - and, believe me, paying
customers are usually quite picky!
British Sportscar Center
----- Original Message -----
From: Jon Lind <JLind@ColoradoSkiing.com>
To: MGS (E-mail) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 1999 9:25 AM
Subject: RE: Smoothline
> I keep hearing "it's not worth the extra money for the 'glass", but what
> extra money? It's $225 for the Smoothline, which is less than than the
> OEM replacement, and only $75 more than the steel replacements which
> everyone here says stinks.
> Sounds like a bargain to me. Of course, that's only until the end of this
> year, at which time the price goes back to being more than the steel OEM.
> OK, I can buy that. But does anyone have any actual weight figures for
> hoods? I would be interested in knowing how much I would be paying per
> pound saved, as it were.