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Old 08-31-2015, 09:59 AM   #1
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Possible New Source for Take-Off Parts?

Don't know if anyone here has heard of the Express Guy's in South Gate, CA, but I saw this CL ad for some take-off step bumpers and scored a black one with top and bottom pads for $150, normally $200. Basically, I texted Orlando the owner, I think, and said I'd be by later in the week. He offered me my choice of bumper for $150, out the door, cash, if I came in that day. So, what the hell, I put down my bowl of ice cream and left the cold AC of my house to drive the 20 miles to South Gate. Was not bad at all.

And I scored a sweet new step bumper to go with the Aluminess tire rack on order.

Here's the link: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/pt ... 51240.html

And attaching his biz card.

I just texted him and he said he'd give the same deal to anyone who uses my name...hopefully, not in vain!

And if you want to know how to pronounce my name, it's "No-Bee".

Oh, I should also add he charges an extra $50 for chrome bumpers, no idea why. So, I guess, and don't quote me on it, he'd charge $200 OTD, Cash for them?
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Old 08-31-2015, 10:00 AM   #2
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Re: Possible New Source for Take-Off Parts?

Oh, forgot to add that he has a ton of other parts to sell. Chairs, inverters, benches, etc. He's also looking for any storage bins, shelving, etc from commercial vans.
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Old 09-01-2015, 12:22 PM   #3
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Re: Possible New Source for Take-Off Parts?

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Here's the link: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/pt ... 51240.html

And attaching his biz card.
Hey clubnobbie --- were you still going to somehow post/attach his business card in this thread?

That CL Ad lists a contact number of (562)376-7970, but it would be great to get his entire business card info as you said you'd attach.

Looks like a great van parts resource for the LA/OC area.
Thanks!!!
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Re: Possible New Source for Take-Off Parts?

Sorry about that. I thought I uploaded it. Here it is through Tapatalk, which BTW auto-resizes images to fit.

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