I'll try to be brief here. Clutch burnt out on my 88 Daytona. I got a quote for replacement from a well-regarded local shop since dropping the tranny, etc. is a little more than I can handle. Quote seemed fair, I said to go ahead. They said they'd order the parts and call me when they came in to schedule the service. After a little over a week, I didn't hear anything. Not a big deal, it's an old car and parts might take a while to source. I called to check in and they said the parts come from out of state and take a while. No big deal. A little over a week after that, I called again. Still no parts, they "take a while to land." So now it's been three and a half weeks since my go-ahead, and still no phone call. This is weird, right? I can get the parts from multiple places online in like 3-4 days, so an actual shop should be quicker than 3.5 weeks, right? This car is old, but Chrysler sold a bazillion variants so parts shouldn't be and aren't "rare". I'm not sure if I'm being impatient, or if the shop just isn't interested in doing the job.