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I mean, why? once one is in there for belts the cost of new bearings is utterly nominal and virtually no added labor
Right on ...........I paid $25,000. in 1978 for my first (pre-owned) 1967 Ferrari 330/365GTC speciale, another $25,000. for total mechanical...
very VERY lovely car
Right on every count. If I did not have a 575M, a 412, a Cadillac STS-V and a CTS and if I had not just celebrated my 90th birthday I'd be having...
I'm a little baffled. At one point a few year ago I had three Ferraris, two Cadillacs and a Maserati and winter-stored all but the Cadillac CTS,...
Hi Taz; may I infer that you would do a belt replacement without replacing tensioner bearings?
Oh you tried that already? :)
get your old Louisville Slugger and beat the sh-t out of its misbehaving hide. :mad:
All of that "having fun" costs money not to mention the lost time. Bah Humf--k!
I've been practicing law for sixty-five years, have seen and had clients and friends experience every manner of scam, fraud, sleight-of-hand,...
absolutely the right call
+1 on both scores
Very personal of course, but to me it's not close. One sees a gazillion Ferraris in grigio titanium, to me very nice but boring, like there are...
Right on! I mean, who on earth would? Not me.
Hyper rich father who buys an F1 race team for me in which to learn how to race, renames the team,...
that is a wildly cynical view of the world. I murder my father but conceal it so well no one ever discovers is; that makes it okay, a non-murder?...