This is very true, and it pisses me off. In my state, you pay sales tax on the sticker price regardless of what you actually paid for the car. I can’t stand these overinflated sticker prices and it’s one of the reasons I avoid new cars. Delivery, gas guzzler, documentation fees, etc, are all items you avoid or pay a… Read more
I’m currently replacing the stairs on my front porch. Not having stairs pretty much solves this issue. I may never get around to replacing them.
As a small business owner, I’m fairly happy with this year’s taxes. A bit more breathing room, all being plowed back into the business while the gettin's good.
I could add that my custom tile order for a fireplace surround is officially a week late. But that’s not too bad considering how busy every contractor is around here.
No ABS light, brake light, no codes.
Yup, they will extract all equity from GMG and toss the carcass onto the bankruptcy court. Expect all non revenue generating sites to be axed.
I did the exact same thing to a 8'x12' shed at our cottage. My uncle accidentally built it on the wrong side of the property line so I decided to move it instead of demolishing it. The Saab handled that one without a hitch. The neighbors were also quite amused.
About 15 years old. They didn’t add new sheathing, and the old sheathing was rotten in many places. I could pull much of it off by hand. Very sad to let these old structures rot away. The house is in similarly bad shape and the local historic preservation commission is recommending we bulldoze it. We’re currently… Read more
That’s actually our kids playhouse. A local guy builds them.
Best $10k I've ever spent.
And just for fun
I can't wait for it to get warm enough that my summer tires actually grip...
Up here they ran out of salt since the supplier only delivered half the order. Sounds like a win to me!
What, like adding a ladder rack?
I wondered about that. There are a couple of threaded holes in the subframe around the oil pan that made it look like a cover should have been there. The threads were corroded, so I assumed there was a fastener in them at one point.
My parents had a van with one that ran 300k+ miles. My brother and I both had HS cars with the 3.1 that were former salesman cars. Meaning, they had a lot of miles on them. Not really sure how many, the odometers broke. Anyway, we beat the shit out of those cars for about 4 years each before they died. No… Read more