This might explain it:
Type: Posts; User: BostonB6
This might explain it:
Let me start by saying that I absolutely loved my 2.0 EOS. Most trouble free car I ever leased. This car is all about the top. Other issues can be fixed but if the top has problems, you're screwed. ...
Reventon. 20 copies sold. One additional produced for the Lambo Museum.
Looks like the plate expired.
Oil change does not require engine removal but it will set you back 9 quarts of synthetic.
IIRC Timing chain and O2 sensors require engine removal if done by the book. However, as with...
Just curious. Did you buy them new or used?
Average length of ownership for a new vehicle is about 6 years and about 5 years for a used car.
Do you think he's flying coach? Most likely he will be on a private plane and if he's traveling east to west he has the time difference adding 4-5 hours to the clock. There have been drivers that...
Considering that new BMW's come with 4/50 bumper to bumper and 3/36 free maintenance, no reason for them not to be maintained. Problem with BMW's is 3rd owner syndrome:
First owner - leases...
You're missing the sentence that starts with "When Morris finishes the expansion...."
Yes it does. 1 year or 20k miles. I have no issue using full synthetic for 1 year or 10k miles. 20k miles is pushing it a bit.
From their website:
With proven protection for one full year,*...
Part number sequence appears to be Toyota although I cannot find a matching number.
I believe that they actually charge a seller premium plus a buyer premium. So if a car sells for $250,000 they collect $275,000 from the buyer (assuming 10% buyer premium) and give the seller...
Pope drives a stick.
1984 Renault 4
It says it right in the first paragraph. Car did not meet reserve, which means it was not sold on the block. Bidding was $240,000 and the reserve must have been $250,000. The deal was negotiated...
I believe that he has an 8 year 0% loan.
Not if you're trying to milk the warranty claim payments, best to repair expensive stuff that doesn't fix the problem. That way you bag 3-4 times the repair work before actually fixing the problem. ...
I think there's a bit of a difference between a general Indy shop and a specialized Indy shop. It's been my experience that a shop that specializes in the make of your car generally does good work....