Fiona, according to the discussants here, this company is known for advertising that parts are in stock, when in fact they are not:
Meanwhile, others seem to think the company is fine and has good prices:
In future, before ordering online, always research the product and/or supplier by googling the name and then reading all comments, ratings, etc. Mostly you will find these on separate sites, e.g., consumer/enthusiast sites, but sometimes (especially with very big companies, e.g., Amazon) you will find unbiased comments on the company site.
I'm guessing that things will work out if you wait. If you can't wait, see about canceling the order. As one of the commenters pointed out, you might be able to order through a local dealer and get similar prices. (I live in a fairly isolated place, so I realize that "local" is not always possible.) Good luck!
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