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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by cuda, Aug 4, 2017.
I talked to the owner of the dealership and this was their family car. Very clean and if I didn't already have a good vehicle I would consider this one.
I owned the same vehicle years ago when my kids were small. It was great.
Basic maintenance and it will run forever. Weak points: engine power...unless its got the turbo. AC...but very fixable,Volvo leather in the 900 series sucked but if you babied it with Lexol routinely it lasted OK.
Easy to work on. Eeuroparts and FCP Groton have all you need fast.
Safe "brick", real rain gutters for real roof racks. Tons of room inside especially with seats down.
Sweet Nova wagon at a (so far) decent price.
It's already got boards in it!! Might be able to work a package deal for a seaplane too to puddle jump to Block.!! *Added bonus you'll meet a personal friend to King Michael of Romania
I lost an entire evening when you posted this website the other night. Some gold in those pages.
I found this auction one of the more interesting, makes me feel old.
Bring a trailer is awesome. I was bummed to miss out on the end of the auction for a Callaway Corvette. I saw that and decided I was finally going to buy my dream car and then missed the end of the auction because I was at an appointment that ran over. Errrrrrr. There are some fantastic deals to be had on there.
It’s inter-web crack!
Kinda curious for local jammers opinion: leased a truck for the past couple years. Tacoma Pre-Runner and have liked it a lot. Lease is almost up and deciding whether to actually go in and buy or shoot for something with 4WD. We've had some pretty easy winters the past few years. While I'd love 4wd for getting to swell through the snow, would a good pair of snow tires and loading up the bed of the truck help any with the pre-runner? It's rear wheel which is shit in the snow, but if it's only a handful of times I'm using it during the year, not sure what's the best move to keep the cost down. Any thoughts?
4wd..don't need it until you do, and than it's damn good to have..also, if you ever plan on hitting the snow or drive on beaches...amortize the extra cost of the 4wd over the length of having the rig, maybe a couple hundred a year..? Personally rarely buy new, usually get something a few years old with under 30,000 miles for a significant discount from what it went out the door at, and still have the remainder of the factory warranty on it..