Change of Design: 

R3 Performance Products may change the design or any specifications of any model of the subject goods at its discretion and without obligation to make the same or any similar change upon any of the subject goods previously purchased by or shipped to Customer. 

Payment Details: 

All invoices must be paid in full before work begins on the project. Per our policy, we cannot log hours on a project that is still pending. We cannot place orders to 3rd party vendors without payment up front. We do not offer payment plans, terms, or lines of credit. 

Photos:

The photos displayed on our website, advertising, order forms and/or television slots are for illustration purpose only. Actual product may vary due to product enhancement.

Please note that while any project is in R3 Performance Products possession it may be photographed. These photographs may be used in online/print advertising and other uses at R3's discretion at any time, including after your project is no longer in our possession. 

 Return Process: 

All returns must be approved in writing and be assigned an RMA number. All accepted returns are subject to a 20% restocking fee, unless return is due to defect in workmanship or craftsmanship. Please note that there is no warranty on any suspension products, including those installed on Street Mod Series shells. Please see Body Shell Warranty for additional terms and conditions.

What is licensing?

Products (parts or apparel) and bodies must be licensed when they are seen by the licensor ( Ford in our case) as representing a trademarked design or logo. In the case of the bodies they represent a “trade dress” design that the licensor claims is their property. In these cases, the licensee is obligated to “officially license” the item before it is offered for sale.

Trade dress simply means if it looks like a Ford, then it must be licensed. If we build a body without any skins (a skeleton), and it does not look like a 1965-'70 Mustang, it does not have to be licensed. The moment features are added that begin to suggest the overall body design (quarter panels, top skin), it must be licensed. Some manufacturers will voluntarily license a product even though it does not require a license just so the item can carry the “officially licensed” logo.