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Group Buy(s) from Tim

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Hi All,

As I ordered my Burlwood shift knob from Tim last week at Hondacuraworld, I begged him to bring back some of his old specials that happened before I joined the 'X' community.

He said he would see what he could do, but he mentioned that if I were to initiate a group buy here at, he'd bring back the specials independent of his monthly steals. Hopefully, there should be enough of us newbies to help everyone out...

So here's my pitch...

With the 'X' showing up in about 4 weeks, I'm running out of time to get my wife the rest of the goodies she expects on her new truck...okay, I want them too... :D Here's my wish list:

Fender Flares
Tailgate Deflector
Towing Package (my dealer says he'll install for $220 if I provide genuine Acura parts...) :D

I think Tim mentioned 15 as the magic number for group buy. (Tim, if I have misspoken anywhere here, please publicly flog me.)

Anybody interested? If so, please post to this thread.

On a different note, I want to thank everyone for their insight and wisdom. I've learned so much, and it just keeps getting better.

For what it is worth, next to Tim, Zaino is the greatest thing ever created for the auto industry. I've got a 3-year-old black Ford Contour that looked better than it did the day it was delivered after one!

Everyone, have a great week!

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I think Tim is planning on having the tailgate deflector be the March special, so you should pick something else.
Re: Where to start...where to start

superdave said:
Have we decided to post separate threads or still with this one catch all thread? I thought Tim was looking for separate ones.
There are separate threads for:
1. Front Air Deflector. Group buy has been approved.
2. Rear Air Deflector. (Almost at 15! Add your name!)
3. Fender Flairs.

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