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Jun 17
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The smartest thing Harley Davidson leadership can do right now is take the company private again. Doing so will allow management to focus on doing the right things for long term success of the company rather than making short-term, 13-week decisions that only benefit the board and speculators.

May 16
4

Bradley, you absolutely can use a QuickJack on both your 912 and 986. Here’s a picture of my ‘98 986 Where I actually have the QuickJacks supporting my Boxster on my Bendpak HD-9 4-post lift that allowed me to do a complete suspension rebuild last year at 100K miles. The key is to use the newer and extra cost pinch

May 4
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Oh we’ve seen more than a few. Here are two that immediately come to mind.

Apr 27
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Growing up in Buffalo, NY provided ample opportunity pre-911 for my family to take day trips to Toronto, fish with my grandfather on the Niagara River, or rent a cottage on the Canadian side of Lake Erie each summer. As a car nut since birth, I loved how my alternative reality started the moment we crossed the Peace Read more

Apr 20
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Nice price these days. Thats right between Hagerty Insurance’s #2 Excellent and #3 Good estimates. We’d call it the “Bring a Trailer” factor as a 27K mile hammered last summer for $30,250 and this seller believes a high tide lifts all boats. Read more

Apr 17
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Apr 17
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Apr 16
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As a matter of fact, we’ve done the analysis as of last week, and so far both BaT and their buyers appear immune to the current pandemic: Read more

Apr 16
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As a matter of fact, we’ve done the analysis as of last week, and so far both BaT and their buyers appear immune to the current pandemic: Read more

Apr 16
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Apr 16
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By their own admission and our data confirmation, BaT closely manages the daily to a $30K average, so you only see these kinds of cars (and an ever increasing number of motorcycles) to offset the bulk of higher price cars offered these days. We posted the analysis last week, and both BaT’s sales rate and its buyers’ Read more

Apr 12
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I think it’s hysterical hipsters are finally coming around to the fact the 996 is in fact a better all-around car than the 993. Back in the day just about every automotive Journalist and Porsche Racer (think Hurley Haywood) thought so. For every person who tries to bring up the IMS bearing, I can counter with the Read more

Mar 4
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Not that long ago, $26,400 would have bought you a Concours-ready, low-mileage example of this vintage 911.  That said, when it comes to Porsches, if the seller can provide fastidious maintenance records and a pre-purchase inspection (“PPI”) doesn’t find anything significant, buy and enjoy!

Feb 28
2

@Da Car Guru - we wholeheartedly agree! The car has the 2.5L with over 115K miles and a documented oil analysis - ‘NUFF SAID! Read more

Jan 23
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The Houston event (and others for that matter) should not segregate based on car type. They should, however, reconsider their active promotion on Instagram. Read more

Jan 22
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Crack Pipe. I sold my daily ‘97 Laredo in similar condition for $4,000 three years ago.  Granted, it had a cloth interior and the indestructible 4.0L inline six, however if the seller is lucky to get an offer of $5,500-$6,000 he should take it and run.  We agree with the other comments that the amount of parts Read more

Jan 15
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Bradley, its unrealistic to compare the two stories. The cooler part of the Bullitt story is how a beat-up Mustang movie prop ended up serving as a very long-term daily driver than the son of a legendary racer trying to make dad proud posthumously. Watching the emotion in Kelly Cotton’s face as her dad’s, not Steve Read more

Jan 9
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AnalogMan, if you long for the old BaT days, give Guys-With-Rides a try.

Jan 8
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