Brand it as the Mercury Marauder and bring the fight to the SS and Charger. I like this.
I mean really any time is a good time.
Damn. I thought my lie would at least be convincing. Apparently it's handbook for back-the-fuck-out-now language.
2014 will be remembered as the year we couldn't keep track of planes, but people thought I could hack their car from my cellphone.
The whole objective of today's operation was simply to drive one and see if I would like it. I currently DD a '03 BMW 325ci (manual) and love it to bits, but I'm gettig cabin fever. With the highway driving I do it'd be nice to get around 30 over the 24 I do now, and as mentioned in the article I'd be able to pay off…
There's another in black which I might go check out later this week. Same mileage, but 1.5k more but definitely in better shape. Only it doesn't have the 17's or the deck lid spoiler. I've always wanted a 'murdered out' car, why not a Saab?
The damaged interior pieces were the most used, so air fan, radio stations, etc. The handles on all four doors on the interior where peeling this odd-feeling fabric-like paint. The seats, wheel, and everything was great. The lift-button-thing to go into reverse on the shifter was stuck in the raised position until…
Huh, did not know that. I hate to think this guy knew more than me.
Could you post a photo of the whole face? I'm curious what the fascia looks like with the 'eyelids'. Great work on the lenses, doe.
The guy didn't even ask me for my license. Or a name. Or a phone number to call when they could schedule a test drive. Joker.
The exterior looked great. The interior's only real issues were with peeling coloring and material, which isn't a huge deal with me. My real concern was knowing it was priced about 1-2k cheaper than other models for sale near me of similar age and mileage. Something's up, beyond, you know, not being able to start it…