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Post Sun Apr 28, 2013 3:52 pm
DTM21 User avatar
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Posts: 56
Location: Spartanburg, SC
Just wanted to throw a thread up about my dealings with Annapolis. Any time I have called them for parts, they had what I needed in stock and it was cheaper than buying from my local dealer here in SC, even with shipping.

They also give a NASIOC discount if you mention it, and best of all, Jackie NEVER asks me for my VIN. Bless that woman!
Mr. McCoy

'06 AW STI
'02 AW WRX Wagon

Post Sun Apr 28, 2013 5:02 pm
Durania User avatar
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Posts: 1632
Location: Crossville, TN

Good thinking.

I love that woman and she knows her stuff. She even had wing studs for my STi in stock. I do prefer to speak to her and not the douche she works with.
Kyle S.
Subieworks.com parts pusher
Buying from RSD? PM me first.


"...ragged out flat-biller machine" - Chris Anderson

Post Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:34 pm
DTM21 User avatar
Forum User

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Location: Spartanburg, SC
She's a female Doug (old parts guy from Earl Duff). She had 2 BPV gaskets in stock and to me in 3 days for less than I could find anywhere. Also got my wagon trunk cover which she also had in stock.

Never let down with a phone call to them.
Mr. McCoy

'06 AW STI
'02 AW WRX Wagon

Post Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:23 pm
SubieEngineer User avatar
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Posts: 1573
Location: ATLien

Long live Jackie! Ordered several parts from her, and will continue to do so.

Yeah, that guy she works with must hate his life or something. :lol:

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Marcus, Prime Minister of Post Whoring & KSOC Alumnus Extraordinaire

09 BMW 528i - The Gentleman's Daily
04 Nissan 350Z - AX/Track Slut
06 BMW 330i - Traded
07 Subaru STI Limited #576 - "The Gentleman's STI" - Sold

Track day, bro!

Post Sun Apr 28, 2013 11:53 pm
TNFXT KSOC Member

Posts: 39
Sounds like a great resource for all of those oem seals and gaskets and sensors oh my that I'm replacing. Is there a website or contact info for the parts goddess?

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Post Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:08 am
SubieEngineer User avatar
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Posts: 1573
Location: ATLien

TNFXT wrote:
Sounds like a great resource for all of those oem seals and gaskets and sensors oh my that I'm replacing. Is there a website or contact info for the parts goddess?

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http://www.annapolissubaru.com :lol:
Marcus, Prime Minister of Post Whoring & KSOC Alumnus Extraordinaire

09 BMW 528i - The Gentleman's Daily
04 Nissan 350Z - AX/Track Slut
06 BMW 330i - Traded
07 Subaru STI Limited #576 - "The Gentleman's STI" - Sold

Track day, bro!

Post Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:41 am
onebadwrx User avatar
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Posts: 571
Location: Clinton, TN

I have heard good things about them.
"Mr. Anderson"
KSOC President

"Feeling truly alive comes at full boost on the ragged edge of traction" -Chris Anderson-


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