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Old 04-25-2018, 09:56 AM   #1
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Suspension Financing from No Limit

Building a C10 can be tough. And sometimes, the parts you want are just out of reach, so you end up getting a piece at a time, and the build suffers. This may be an answer.

We worked with Synchrony Bank, through their Synchrony Car Care program (this is the same card that Summit offers) to allow No Limit customers to access their capitol. They offer 12 months with no interest on all purchases. SO, you can get the great parts that you really want, and you have 12 months to pay for them. If you already have a Synchrony Car Care card, we can accept it. Or, you can apply with us, from out web site New cards will have our No Limit logo, and be good wherever the Sychrony cards are accepted. It is our goal to help you get these projects on the road and done right. We are hopeful that this will help.

** Please understand, we pay a higher discount rate to offer this to our customers, so we can not offer the forum discount with Synchrony card purchases. But, 12 months interest free could be a better savings anyway. We hope you understand. **
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Old 04-25-2018, 11:28 AM   #2
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Re: Suspension Financing from No Limit

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Building a small, high rpm engine
with the perfect bore, stroke and rod ratio is very impressive...
like a highly skilled Morrocan sword fighter with a Damascus Steel Scimitar.

Cubic inches is like Indiana Jones with a cheap pistol....
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