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Scale Hood Scoop for Mitsubishi Pajero


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Product no.: X-004
Material: Hard Black Plastics
Manufacturer: Loops Model
Our price without Tax : 2.07 USD
Our price including Tax (21 %):
2.50 USD

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Scale Hood Scoop for your Mitsubishi Pajero. Can be used for any other body of course.

Fits Tamiya CC-01 Mitsubishi Pajero, Loops Model Mitsubishi Pajero Wagon.


Products are completed of 90%. It is necessary to abrade the contact area before final assembly. Products may contain small extra parts from manufactury that needs to be cut out. Products may contain small air bubbles on the non-visible parts – they do not affect the strength. Use high quality CA glue to attach. Do not use Revell Contacta Liquid or Styrene Bondene and similar types of glues – they are not suitable.


Made in Czech Republic

Views and questions VISITORS

u4P9Gk9M [188.143.232.*]

02.03.2016 13:12


I feel you pain Guy, unfortunately I exrcpienee this every 8 weeks, I also remember vividly the exrcpienee I had when purchasing the vehicle, I had better service when I bought a chocolate from a leading supermarket store at 9pm on a Friday. However what I can say is what a great vehicle, having 3 kids and the occasional visitor it really has been a great all rounder and good value for money.BTW I found a better service from their DIP branch, yes that could be debatable but even the slightest improvement or smile makes a difference.

lVcKFLdipq [190.142.176.*]

19.02.2016 01:10


Finding this post has anweersd my prayers

evZJ8lp4 [223.92.116.*]

02.08.2015 17:58


TYVM you've solved all my prmbelos

iLr3ckyn [188.143.232.*]

02.03.2016 13:15

Re: n9ltn2pA

Thanks for the suggestion, Torti. To be honset I only go to Fujairah sometimes on weekends for diving or other activities and it's much too far to drive for a service. Frankly, it shouldn't be about raw numbers of vehicles that have to be serviced in Dubai: more about having processes and procedures in place to cope with demand (after all, they sold the vehicles so know what's on the road). Good customer service can't exist without decent processes and procedures in place.

TRYYmMrSdk [188.143.234.*]

19.02.2016 03:02

Re: n9ltn2pA

I can' agree with you more on your points rgdareing the concept of customer lifetime value and what companies must do to achieve loyalty, advocacy and ideally – devotion and fanaticism! ‘Locking in’ customers just makes business sense. You take choice out of the purchasing equation if you deliver great service. Mitsubishi (and thousands of other companies here in the UAE) deserve Brand Onions for blatant disregard and disrespect of their customers.My experience yesterday was a polar opposite to yours. The Chrysler Jeep Dodge service centre that I use in Dubai delivers every time and is a pleasure to deal with. They understand the customer experience from start to finish: the reminder SMS that your service is due, ease of booking in, the courtesy drop-off shuttle, call to advise any irregular work that is required, explanation of work done, payment, car wash and delivering value-for-money. Definitely a Brand Orchid!Looks like you should consider buying a Jeep?