How To Order
Internationally (Outside of US and
By Telephone: +1-941-755-7739
By Fax: +1-941-752-9102
By e-Mail to Sales @ SuncoastCreations.com .
Please send the following information:
Item # or description of the item including any options desired,
Phone number (including country code)
Email address, for order confirmation,
Vehicle year, make, model, and style,
Your Order will be confirmed via email and a price quote to include shipping, insurance and handling charges will be included. Only Prepaid shipments will be accepted.
Payment: Payment must be made using Wire Transfer, PayPal, or Bank draft drawn in US Funds through a US Bank and made payable to "Suncoast Automotive Performance, Inc." Orders paid using PayPal can only be shipped to certified PayPal addresses.
We are sorry, but our company policy will not allow us to accept credit card payment
for international orders as we cannot verify cardholder information on credit cards
issued by banks outside the
Wire Transfers from your bank to ours will incur a $35 bank processing fee.
International Money orders or bank drafts should be mailed to
Suncoast Automotive Performance, Inc.
Once Payment is received and processed your order will be shipped as quickly as possible. Bank processing of international payments can take up to 10 business days. If certain items are not in stock, we will Inform you of approximate time of shipping when we confirm your order.
Warranty: Our warranty on
international orders is limited to repair or refund of up to 50% of the price
paid for the merchandise and does not include the cost of shipping. The determination of repair or refund will be
made by Suncoast once good photographs of the problem have been received and
reviewed. Repair cost must be agreed to
in advance and will be based on standard
We cannot be responsible
for any tariffs, customs restrictions or other regulations that apply in
countries outside the
"The new hood has gotten a lot of attention so far and looks great! While driving home after the install, I got a check engine light, went to the mechanic the next day - turned out to be the O2 sensors weren't used to the extra air and the ECU had to adjust. Cleared the code and its been perfect since (proves the hood works!)"