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anyone ever order stuff from them from england?
 

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Yes, I have on several occasions. Chris is the best to deal with. I only wish the US$ were stronger against the UK Pound. Those were the good old days. If you don't see a part you need listed on his site, send him an email, and Chris will usually respond very quickly.
 

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I'm not living in UK either (Denmark) and have ordered stuff from Highwood on a number of occations. They have my recommandations, quick in responce, delivery and finding/having difficult to get parts second hand. As BSN writes, Chris is the man.
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I'm another happy customer. Very knowledgeable and speedy delivery (in the UK at least).
 

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I have also ordered from Highwood, and fully agree with the previous posts. They are a reputable outfit and a pleasure to do business with.

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Ordered from them once previously, couldn't be happier with the service and product.
 

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Another vote for Highwood. I have dealt with Chris before, nice fellow, very helpful.

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Thumbs up from me and Chris is the man. On a minor point, they are located in Swansea, South Wales about 20miles from where I'm based.
 

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Chris rocks....very responsive, great to deal with
 

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Do they have a web site ??

Linky please....us noob's need to led around by the nose....
The general forum, Anything About Alfa Romeos and AlfaBB.com" also has a "Suppliers List", which lists many suppliers. (The underlined Suppliers List is a link, so click on it to see the post.)

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http://www.highwoodalfa.com/

I've had great experiences with Highwood too... very good for the parts that are starting to dry up in the US.

Dan
it looks a bit cumbersome, as there is no shopping cart and such....but once he knows you, he'll remember you....and then you can just drop him a quick line via email on what you need....he'll have your shipping and credit card info already, so it becomes VERY easy!
 

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thanks - going to order a beige brake boot cover for the emergency brake.
 

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beige brake cover

keep us posted on how that part is - unavailable in the US, I might want to get one, too, or may just try doing a dye job with the SEM. They list upholstery there too for the S4, with the "suede" parts (not cheap, of course).
 

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i will - mine is in decent shape but would like a brand new one so i will give it a try with him.
 

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I've got Chris' leather boots (handbrake and shifter) on my S3 Spider, and they still look great after about 4 years. Here's a little hint you might want to try. Before I install the boots, I soak them in Leatherique Rejuvenator, in a ziplock bag for a week or so. It's amazing how soft the leather becomes, which gets all the wrinkles out, and installation and final appearance is much improved.

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