That does sound worse than me, since you want something unusual. I generally want something fairly available, but want to do only competitive bid over email. No opportunity for them to sweet talk me, just show me the numbers.
Do you work as a car salesman and this helps you to excel at your job, or do you need this to fend off said salespeople?
There is! Oreo Thins, they are perfect as far as I’m concerned.
Nice price! I’d be interested if you made a post sharing about the condition and work needed - that seems like a pretty low price to be based solely on the miles.
Some links if you haven’t already gone down the rabbithole:
I was obsessed with adventure vans a few weeks ago. My limited research indicated that the Sprinters are pricey to maintain, although I wasn’t clear if that spoke to reliability or cost of replacement parts and regular maintenance. They also seemed to have slightly less typical sizes than the competition.
I came across a couple like this today. The titles (like your example) were bad, but possibly human, but then the price was just wrong, and other details poorly entered. Again, as you said, it almost could just be a badly executed ad, but enough there to call it a scam.
This is my standard answer for the last 10 years. My experience with the test is now irrelevant. Thankfully I passed on the first try.
Boy, based on your write-up the ResQLink seems pretty useless if it doesn’t generate a response in users experiences. I’m surprised that you would even still be considering it at the end of your writing, when it seems about as helpful as a flare and a prayer.
Talk to cbell about the joys of the Ram ProMaster.
I’m going to explore vehicles that provide about 75 inches behind the front seats (accepting that they may need to move forward a bit) to take a mattress. But I need to evaluate if I would be okay with limited height above me while sleeping.
Exactly. But I'm not anticipating serious offroading, so would like better fuel economy and road manners.
Yeah, I've been looking at 4 runners, lot of people have made sleeping platforms for them. I struggle with the poor fuel economy, and I'm looking at the new Passport and similar cars to replace my wife's vehicle. Maybe. Got to start camping again first. Just not as comfortable on the ground any more. Getting old.
I got a sandwich at the place at McLeod's, but I'll keep that in mind for future visits.
Glad you are rid of that headache. I've been looking at adventure vans and a lot of people use the Promaster, likely due to it being a good size and price, but I just keep thinking of your experiences . . .
Best way is to find an enthusiast forum for the brand or even better the model. Typically people who are looking for specific wheels will look there.
I’m a definite maybe.