How does one get in touch with British Wire?
MGBob @ juno.com
On Mon, 23 Jun 1997 21:04:49 -0500 Patton Dickson
>> I must second Rick's recommendation of British Wire! They are indeed
>> excellent people to deal with.
>Well, after recieving several horror stories about the problems and
>dangers of used wiring harnesses (plus an dream about fire). I called
>British Wire this morning. It turns out that they are they suppliers
>for several of the vendors that I E-mailed this weekend. The service
>lived up to the reviews, and I ordered the PVC harness they had in
>stock. They also had a few of the braided, but I couldn't justify the
>cost difference (259 vs. 329 I think).
>The harness they sell are complete with the sub harness, unlike some
>the big name houses, and the prices are competitive. A note here, I
>talked to a couple vendors who were getting the harness from British
>Wiring, one could offer cheaper prices, $10 off, but shipping would be
>higher, and it would take longer to get it to me, so there wasn't a
>Just to let everyone know that the Big List needs updating also, they
>now take Visa, MC, and AMEX.
>> On top of that, Lesley has such a lovely accent, it's worth the
>> of a
>> call just to hear her talk!
>That is definitely true!!!
>Thanks again to everybody who helped me make this decision. This
>is really a wonderful tool for enthusiasts, we need to spread the word
>and help keep these LBC's on the road.
>Finally, I really appreciate the vendors who took the time to answer
>e-mail, I am sorry I didn't buy from you this time, but that kind of
>service IS what will make me check back again. AND LOOKING AT MY CAR
>WILL BE CHECKING BACK SOON AND FREQUENTLY!!!!!
>Sorry this message got so long.
>'67 Austin Healey Sprite MKIV
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