you for your business in 2012. Wishing you and your family
a Happy New Year.
IS THE FUTURE OF MUSCLE CARS?
the SN197 Mustang was introduced in 2005, it really re-ignited
the passion for Muscle Cars. Dodge followed in 2008 with its Challenger
and Chevy brought to life a modern interpretation of the late
Rumored to be
launched in Spring 2014, it is logical that the Mustang be the
first Pony car to be revamped but its competitors won't be far
behind this time...
The Camaro is
due for a redesign in 2015 and production is scheduled to be moved
from Canada to the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Lansing,
Michgan. As for Dodge, the un-official word is that the next-gen
Challenger will be re-badged Baracuda, Cuda or SRT Cuda. The new
car will most likely be based on Chrysler's new LA rear-drive
platform, which is downsized from the current chassis. With Fiat's
backing, it may be a global car.
Time will tell,
but the future for American Muscle Cars looks bright with amazing
looks, engineering and some downsizing that will allow these American
icons to stay alive inspite of tougher CAFE fuel consumption standards.
Credits: Tyler Bame
MOST POPULAR PARTS - TOP 5
CARRIERS OF CHOICE FOR 2013
NAT made the decision to stop recommending UPS as carrier of
choice on its website. Customers are free to select UPS during
Checkout but we recommend USPS and FEDEX as carriers of choice.
In the end, if a vendor fails us, the final customer -you- pays
the price and we cannot allow that to happen.
came after on-going and unresolved bad service issues, including:
Daily pick-up missed countless
of times, in spite of paying for that service
Repeated disregard for scheduled
pick-up time by UPS Freight
UPS WorldShip software issues
Higher rates compared to USPS
and Fedex in many cases, etc.
But perhaps the biggest reason
for fully switching to USPS and FEDEX is UPS unwilligness to pay
NAT's claim in the UPS Dimensional Adjustments Claims Class-Action
Lawsuit filed against UPS by Barber Auto Sales Inc. and countless
of other UPS account holders.
NAT -like thousands, maybe millions
of other small businesses in the class-action lawsuit- has attempted
to collect the refund that it is owed following the agreement
by UPS to pay for overcharges between May 15, 2006, and August
For one year, UPS, its lawyers
and the Settlement Administrator have ignored NAT's claim, which
is legitimate, documented and was filed in a timely manner.
UPS overcharged customers
for over 5 years.
UPS agreed to settle in a
Class-Action Lawsuit and refund its customers. According to
the Settlement Agreement, UPS established a $12 million fund
to pay past and future claims. How much was truly paid? However,
UPS laywers were paid $4,000,000.00 according to the Settlement
In light of these on-going issues,
NAT must inform its customers that orders will no longer be shipped
via UPS, unless explicitly requested by the customer. All orders
will be shipped via FEDEX and USPS Priority and Express.
FedEx Ground and Home Delivery
transit time is usually within 5 business days for the contiguous
USPS Priority transit time
is usually within 2-3 business days for the contiguous US
We hope you understand our posiiton
and reasoning for switching carriers.
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