There are always three ways; your way, their way, MY WAY. Things will go a lot easier for you if we just do it my way in the first place.
What? open doors and a trunk ? :) by the way bro has just about to finish the complete refurbishing of my 1974 Honda XL 350. I don't have a palm but I'll take a picture and send it to you when he is done. He is expensive, just kidding, but damn good, no kidding.
Tell Victoria I said congrats! It still amazes me she is this old already!
Can't wait, EP!
Done, DJ. Big smile!
Is it a diesel?How many miles and have you put a governor on it so it won't go over 55 mph ;) !!!!
No governor, FT. And it's a straight six.Nobody told me you change the oil ln a mercedes without getting under it. I would have bought a fleet of them long ago.
With all due respect JAC, I detect some bad logic on your part.Getting underneath a vehicle to change the oil constitutes a logical reason to buy a hoist/lift, right?Tell someone that you don't need to get underneath to change the oil and the eliminates justification for another tool purchase.Is it a diesel?
<span>No diesel, FT. And the logic is as follows, "I don't have to put down my beer." JamieD has a lift - I play with it all the time and while cool as can be, the thrill is gone.</span>149K and a stack o receipts from the Mercedes dealer and inch and a half thick. All service up to date to such an extent that it might as well be a new car. PO took it in for even the most insignificant things.
So JAC, did you spend the last 6 months or so making your daughter learn basic things like checking the oil, changing a tire? We did that with our daughter and she was very happy we did when she had to put chains on her car once and dad wasn't around to help.Happy Birthday Victoria!
I thought that generation was the first with the V6's. It's an E320, right?
When will you ever learn? You DO NOT need a car, friend. You only desire one to fit-in, to be supported on the highwire of insecurity, to be just like the proper P/R of the masses who follow to their demise. Soon, O ye ConformingYouth who has lil' faith, soon you'll go along and stop dead when another car hits you at 70 mph, as she was DOA, I in a coma for almost a month. Do you truly want that? To live your tiny existence know'n you played a small part in the greenhouse pollution which you'll be Divinely Judged on when you croak? I wouldn't. Leave, youth, leave the world as pristine as possible. We're only here but a fraction of a second; as long as it takes God to blink. No, Youth, you DON'T need a car. Riseabove. Think. Know. Grow-up, please. God bless.
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