Dang. At this point it might be better to get a used car.nikm128 said:Alright so I took the van to the shop...I need about 3k to: Replace the power steering pump, rack and pinion, pressure hose, and the struts, then to get an alignment done.
Assuming we don't do as much as possible ourselves that is.
Because you fix one thing, then another thing breaks, and another, and another...86 ssinit said:I’m never a fan of throwing money at an old car. What’s its book value? Just seems once you start throwing money at them it never stops.
2500-3000 tops, their sticking point is that we probably can't get an equally capable car in much better condition for around that same price.86 ssinit said:I’m never a fan of throwing money at an old car. What’s its book value? Just seems once you start throwing money at them it never stops.
Guys those are all pics I took .Canaculus said:Here's some random pictures that I really like.
Anyone have any clue as to what this is? Me and my friend had no idea.
Absolutely LOVE this cars license plate !
That's enough for now. I might post more in a few weeks or something (unless you guys want to see more ).
Good points.nikm128 said:2500-3000 tops, their sticking point is that we probably can't get an equally capable car in much better condition for around that same price.
Also if we do most of the repairs ourselves it would easily cut the cost to 1k-1.5k
Yeah I think he’s talking about the car too. You see in Cali these cars are actually seen on the street. Here in New York you find them parked unground in parking lots. In NY these are just status symbols to be driven out of lot and parked in front of bar no more that 2 miles from lot. Most never leave the city and very rarely see sunlight . It’s amazing what’s covered in dust in parking lots underground in New York City.Canaculus said:I was saying the car model .