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Aston Martin DB7 Torque Converter
Aston Martin DB7 Torque Converter
Part Number: 42-83539
Status: In Stock – Ready to ship Worldwide.
Note: This is a genuine Aston Martin Heritage part.
Availability: In stock
UK Shipping Included
We Ship Worldwide!
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What you need to know:
This is a genuine Aston Martin Heritage part.
As a result it comes with a 60 day warranty from the OEM for your peace of mind.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us – we’d be happy to help.
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Shipping + other advice!
Everything you need to know (and some things you probably don’t) if you’re thinking of buying from us.
Currently all deliveries are limited to planet earth (good job, as we don’t like heights).
However, we’ve heard there may be a couple of Billionaires that are trying to change this? (Our personal view is that if you’re prepared to pay for delivery, we’re prepared to send whatever you buy from us to wherever in the world you are! It’s that simple).
We all know that “free shipping” is like the whole “peeing on a jellyfish sting”… thing… it doesn’t actually exist, no matter how much we want to believe it or how much any online retailer claims.
So, yeah, we said it. Free shipping doesn’t exist.
All retailers that offer “free shipping” obviously have the shipping fee built into the price. (The old…. “the price you see is the price you pay” line) and for clarity, we’re no different.
But we absolutely don’t claim it’s free… it’s just… included!
Oh yes, in almost all cases you can upgrade the shipping for faster delivery, please see the options available for each individual product.
Without wanting to sound awkward (or show-offy) we ship items from multiple locations. Not because we’re a huge eCommerce giant but just because the way we serve our clients dictates the way our business operates, is structured and therefore, where we ship from. Our policy (where possible) is to ship product only once.
This depends on which shipping method is used but in most cases you will receive tracking details in your dispatch email – this will allow you to track the shipment from the warehouse floor to your front door in real time.
If your order is sent via Royal Mail with no tracking facility, you will be informed of this in the shipping email also.
That’s an easy one. Please contact us, and explain your issue to one of our crack team of nosey parkers.
They will personally look into every aspect of your order, our service, dispatch, the courier or delivery company performance and anywhere else their investigation takes them to work out what has gone wrong and how to put it right.
They are empowered to do whatever it takes to create a favourable outcome where possible.
Absolutely. (Except personalised gifts – they can’t be returned unless they are faulty)
As long as you inform us within 14 days of receiving an item, you can return it for any reason or no reason at all.
The only stipulation is that it arrives back with us unused, in the condition it arrived with you.
After 14 days you can only return faulty items. To do so, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, an easy question.
Cheese, the stronger and stinkier the better.
Things we (hope to) get asked:
Business as a force-for-good, donating money to charity, customer service, fingerless gloves and Rambo.
Find out a bit about who we are and what makes us quack.
B Corporations (or BCorps for short) are committed to using business as-a-force-for-good.
They are committed to balancing profit with purpose by putting environmental & social responsibilities at the heart of everything they do.
They must ensure they are actively benefiting the planet and all those that inhabit it, through sustainable business practices and creating environmental awareness.
Did we hear someone say corporate superheroes? Surely not….
Ah, now… there’s a question.
OK, so it goes like this… every company has it’s favourite term for “excess inventory” and of course, we’re no different. We prefer to call it “heritage inventory”.
This is our fancy and less incendiary term for “excess inventory” and as such it can encompass anything a company deems as one of the following:
Heritage or Legacy Inventory:
Inventory left over from older models or product lines released in the past that still either sell sparingly, are remembered with affection or held in high esteem.
For example, parts for older or classic cars, a Spitfire engine or a Nokia 3310 mobile phone. That kind of stuff.
Note: One of our old bosses still uses a Nokia 3310… 100’s of times a day in a busy transport office. Incredibly, 100% a true story. You know who you are!
Anything taking up space that you currently aren’t selling or actively marketing is our loose definition but I’m sure everyone has their own definition.
A good example would be when England are going well in a World Cup campaign and the inevitable “World Cup Winners” merch is printed at the last 16 stage….. this (often quickly) becomes surplus stock!
This is one of the most common terms and we think of it as left-over stock from a production run or an order has not sold out for whatever reason.
Inventory that has been bought or produced in bulk to a demand plan and the demand curve has now dropped – this is sometimes the stuff your Mum or Dad would tell you that if they kept it long enough… would “come back into fashion.”
End of Life or Discontinued Inventory:
Inventory that has reached the end of it’s life as a current all-star. It could have been replaced with an upgrade or discontinued from production completely. Just like our wise old grandparents used to say… “never say never” – our motto is “end of life is never end of life” – a new customer or new market can always be sourced. That’s how heroes roll. Let us show you.
Anything returned that can’t now be sold as “New” – e.g. – Open Box Returns and that kind of stuff.
The explosion in returns from internet purchases recently would fit in this category.
Products that require grading, refurbishing and remarketing.
Products that have been refurbished and now require remarketing.
Season + Inventory:
These are typically fashion products that are “out of season”.
Note: we refuse to recognise fingerless gloves in this category because they are NEVER in season, because they’re ridiculous. #Just saying.
No, we sell any category of inventory.
However, we choose to specialise in heritage inventory because that’s where we can add the most value (for our clients & the environment) and also… we like to think we’re pretty good at it (even if we do say so ourselves!)
In a word… yes!
Everyone loves a bargain. Even billionaires. We all know that.
In response to this basic human desire to get a good deal, we allow you to submit an offer on many of our products (everything other than personalised gifts).
We can’t guarantee we’ll accept your offer but it makes the whole process a bit more fun and you never know, you may even get a bargain!
So yes, you can haggle if the product page of the item you want has that facility.
Because it’s online, it will be a virtual haggle if you will. (er…..vaggle… anyone?)
Every company says they do, don’t they?
That’s why we don’t bang on about it.
Everyone else says it so much that it actually means nothing.
Talk is cheap. We let our actions do the talking. Like Rambo. Or James Bond.
We’re so serious about it that we aren’t even going to joke about it.