which it rips through with the grace and elegance of a pitbull trying to get some peanut butter out of a rubber ball.
He can’t re-use the ones currently in place?
I have a detailed plan for my C5 Z06 purchase that is all but in powerpoint (because I’m a planner). I’m just waiting for the right time to lay it out for her. In the meantime, over the weekend her cousin lobbied my wife to approve the purchase. I’m working on making it seem like it is inevitable.
I’m surprised it’s not “FLOG”.
I figured that it would be too soon for you, but it could replace the off-road prepped van, if you didn’t have a distaste for the Pacifica.
Sounds like in 50k miles you’ll have another chance to upgrade. Need to tell that dealer to keep your contact info for that occasion.
About the same HP, much more torque, and faster 0-60 for the MK7 GTI. But surely lesser handling feel, even if likely as fast through a slalom.
High school me would have been pleased that I’m driving the current generation GTI, but shocked that it outperforms a E30 M3.
Look at those oddball yellow ones. Those owners must be so embarrassed.
I support this, of course. I found the shop I’m going to use in Charlotte by searching on CorvetteForums and others. Hopefully you will be able to do the same.
That’s my weekend strategy.
That actually would resolve her biggest concern.
This evening I told a family member that I was going to get a Corvette in front of my wife.
Ha. 19 years, so I know where I stand.
It’s the first step in the conversation. About how this is happening either way, basically.
This discussion is helpful to me as I still use a 5s for my work phone. I really only use it for voice, email and photos, so I have no problems, but I know it won’t last forever. Sounds like an XR is probably a good replacement.
Seems like lots of people do that preventatively. This car has 115k miles, so maybe they are okay?
Yes, you can replace shocks, but there is some caveat that I’m forgetting about what you can change them for . . . maybe no coil-overs.
Transmission replaced at 8000 miles. Multiple fuel tank/fuel pump replacements. Hmm, very interesting, any history after 33,600 miles?