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I'm working on a nice project at the moment.Again, this is an example of ‘what the market is willing to pay’. Your average Lotus owner will pay £300 for that part. Your average car flipper will not as they are trying to make as much ‘profit’ upon reselling it. Is than not just basic business sense?
BTW, the washer fluid level sensor I just replaced on my Jaguar was £34 delivered from a main dealer. There is an exact equivalent Ford part which was £48 delivered.
The CEO contacted me in reference to the RFQ.
He stated that my offer was competitive and he was happy to press ahead.
However, on one item he stated that whilst it was more cost effective than my competition- he still expected it to be even cheaper and believed that my offer was based on the market itself.
Isn't that how business works?