Street & Circuit is a specialist retailer of performance car parts and specifically low volume or low demand car parts that are not kept in stock in Greece. What sets Street & Circuit apart is that we have regular scheduled delivery from our suppliers. What this means for you as a customer is that you will get your parts when we say. When you order you will get a concrete delivery date + or – a few days (not + or – a few weeks and not + or – a few months) We do not give approximate delivery dates which are dependent on us have X number of orders. If you make an order from another shop that only orders when they have a certain number or value of orders it means two things. 1. You can not be sure when the parts will arrive. The shop will be giving you a best estimate on the delivery, you will not get your parts until they have a certain quantity of orders. 2. Your parts may experience massive delays. Your order could run from being a week late to one or two months late if the shop does not have enough orders. I have personally experienced this. Performance car parts is not what I would call a mainstream hobby or interest and this means sometime we have to wait for parts. What aggravates me the most is when I am given a delivery time from a supplier and it is delayed, a few days I can live with, but when parts become weeks late that is a problem. I do not want to cause the customers of Street & Circuit the same aggravation and frustration as I have experienced and this is why we have scheduled and regular deliveries from our suppliers. We will NEVER make a customer wait because we want to have X Euro of orders before we place our order with the manufacturer. We take delivery times extremely seriously, I don’t like it when my parts are delayed so I will not make you as a customer of Street & Circuit wait. I treat customers of Street & Circuit in the way I want to be treated.