Dart Offers Hot Summer Cash Rebate Program - Engine Builder Magazine

Dart Offers Hot Summer Cash Rebate Program

Customers who buy a qualifying Dart short block or top-end kit may be eligible to receive a cash rebate of up to $450.

Dart Machinery recently launched its Summer Savings Cash Rebate campaign that will run until September 30.

115993DartSumme_00000066085Offer valid for the following products:

• $250 Cash Rebate on Dart Short blocks: p/n 0311xxxx through 0324xxxx

• $150 Cash Rebate on Dart Top end kits: p/n 0111xxxx thru 0131xxxx

• $50 MAHLE Cash Rebate on Dart Short Blocks: p/n 03124272 and 03224272

Official rebate form and details are available for download from Dart’s website. Rebate forms must be mailed in with the original receipt to receive the rebate check. The rebate, however, is available to end users only. Rebates can not be collected on products purchased or meant for resale. The program runs until September 30, 2013.

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