Combination Motorsports has been taking peoples money and not sending parts or taking calls. I have a defective 408 iron block I spent over $5,000.00 on that has a defectively bored cylinder and I can't get anyone from CM to pick up the phone.
I am not the only one this is happening to, see post below:
Hello everyone. I apoligize if this is not the proper place for this posting. I am sure I will learn soon. Has anyone been able to get in touch with Combination Motorsports lately. I have ordered and paid for parts and can get no answer when i call or response to my emails. I have heard they were great people to work with and hope I can get this issue resolved and continue business with them. Thank you in advance to any information you may have. I love my fbodys..
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07-10-2006, 06:22 PM #2
Join Date: Aug 2003
Trader Rating: (0) I am having the same problem, they don't answer the phone or return emails. Did they fold?
96 TA stock bottom end, LT4 hotcam kit, ported stock heads and lots of bolt ons, oh yea and a 125shot
95 SC300NA-T, PT67, dual 255's w/ 6an lines, 1000cc inj, HKS twin power, 6spd and complete supra rear subframe. A few other things I can't remember also
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I am trying to get ahold of Sam Smith concerning an engine I bought from him for a turbo build that I am doing. I spoke with the folks that owned Combination Motorsports building in Las Vegas and Combination Motorsports has been evicted. No one picks up their phone of (702) 798-8504. I have also tried calling a Samuel W. Smith at (702) 732-8968 who lives in Las Vegas and has an unlisted address with no answering machine.
Would you have a contact phone number for Combination Motorsports?
i can confirm that they are no longer in their building and are closed for good. sam always took great care of me. i dont know for sure what happened over there but sam told me he just had enough of the long hours and lack of family life so he steped down to more of a 9-5 job at another shop. it sucks your motor got screwed up. i hope there are not a lot of people out there that didn't get what they paid for.