Yep it would still be an 08 BUT just how many of "us" could tell the
difference between a 07 (with 3500 miles on her clock) and an 08 with
3 miles on its clock...
Only thing I see is that MY checkbood would still have enough in it to
pay for a couple of 10 cruises to keep my wife happy... LOL
On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 08:04:09 -0600, observer wrote:
My take on tis is that IF I were to buy the 08 it would be a used car
as soon as the deal was done... BUT it would technically be one year
younger then the 07.... Personally I'd go for the 07 and like I said
previously take my wife on 2 Ocean Cruises this winter ...she would
be happy and so would both my checkbook and me... Win Win Win.
Yeah, I'd take the change in steaks, gasoline and B&B admissions.
OTOH, when that new one rolls off the dealer's delivery paddock you know
that the 3.2 miles on the clock didn't include many 1/4 mile runs.
...when I bought my '02 it came with a couple of timeslips -- how many
come with the '07 we're discussing???.
This michine has been giving me a lot of date & time problems ever
since the early switch to DST ...like its got a mind of its own...I
reset the date/time and all is well for a few days then ..pop its
So this is another NOTE from the future... ???
Time to get the old hammer and bailing wire out and fix this damn
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