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Is Caldwell going out of business?

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by Ulysses, Oct 5, 2004.

  1. Ulysses

    Ulysses Enthusiast

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    or just refocusing and getting out of the Viper business? Either way, it would be a shame.

    Saw this in the classifieds section:

    We have been authorized by Caldwell Development, INC to liquidate their entire parts inventory as well as their complete engine manufacturing facility. In parts inventory consist of a large amount of Mopar and Dodge Viper components. Inventory book is available by email. Additionally, most items will appear on ebay under the seller name montecristonumber2. Make sure to check auction and ebay store inventory: www.stores.ebay.com/the-discount-of-monte-cristo

    For more information contact Erik Falconer: 831.596.9622 or 831.758.2870
     
  2. Streak

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    While looking at their ebay store....it scares me to see a so called 25k engine with a FRAM filter on it!!!
     
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    YEAH REALLY WTF
     
  4. Torquemonster

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    Mr Caldwell is retiring
     
  5. Ulysses

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    Well, great for him. Too bad it looks like the business is retiring with him. I live like 15 minutes away from the factory and I never took the time to tour the facilities. I would have liked to have done that.
     

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