Toyota ( Scam) AutoParts, Nissan ( Scam) AutoParts, Honda ( Scam) Autoparts at discount prices...The SCAM goes just a little further than CarStuff.com. If you go to either Carstuff.com, 1-800-262-0795; CarBodyParts.com, 1-888-251-1209; CarParts.com, 1-800-387-3198, and possibly a few others (since they claim over 30 warehouses) you will find they basically list the same parts by the same part numbers and the clincher is that even though their parts seem to be at give-away prices compared with other internet competitors, they make their money on the shipping (which is often more than the price of the part), and the handling (another separate item billed to you for a price that will be as much as the shipping).
I called all three of these listed above and spoke with three separate sales persons, when it came time to total the cost the one sales person seemingly disguised the exhorbitant S & H by saying "~twenty three Shipping" (notice no cents), "twenty one handling" (notice no cents). In the rigamarole of the telephone conversation, and with all the background noise in the sales room (sounds like hundreds of sales persons on telephones), the average person assumes they're calling Bombay and the person on the other end meant $23.21.
When the sales person was called on this they acknoledged it was $23.00 shipping plus $21.00 handling which is $44.00. From a comment one person made it seems the handling fee is where the salesperson makes their commission. On one small order I was quoted 400% for shipping and handling. It's funny, on all the calls I made they all put you on hold like their doing a bunch of running around to get you a great price - blah, blah, blah... Some discount internet auto parts that is!!!