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(I am not an employee of Alamo, just a happy customer...)

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Who is Walter Stephenson? The only guys I have ever talked to are Steve and Bryce. Even dealing with the two top dogs I still wasn't happy with the service. Terrible delivery times, and the prices weren't that great either. they give great advice and are nice guys, though. However those of us that like working on our own cars tend to not be of much use to a full service shop like Alamo. I think they would much rather you leave the checkbook and the car and they will call you when they are done. If that's not the case, then let me in on the secret to getting in "the club". I had ordered a DFI, injectors, and a turbo from them. Took two months for the turbo to come in, three for the injectors, and they never got around to ordering the DFI. I would have cancelled the injectors along with the DFI, but their "special order restocking fee" didn't agree with me. I did pay for everything up front (half deposit anyway), and I did it in person since I'm local. I will say again though, they have been very helpful. Just like any good shop they are very busy, and the real racers take precedence over us street guys.

greg
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P.S.: Thanks for the info Bob, but does anybody here own a Z32?
 

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Walt Stephenson is the new operations manager, and he is working on improving the service issues you pointed out. Walt is very good at "getting things done".
 

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I think sometimes shops get buried in their own success. Saw it happen to a very good machinist once, killer engine builder. Dirt track racers dogged this guy until he just folded, along with his business, and the little guys got pushed out a bit, I was one of them. Give Alamo a chance....if you can compare it to a good steak house, who wants to eat at a place that is empty at 7:00 on a Friday night?

Jes my 2 cents worth

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