I've not long finished paying for it. I'm going to use the money I would
normally use for the monthly payments for other purposes for a year or
I've done about 60k miles to date and its a reliable and comfortable
workhorse. I may even keep it for another few years and reap the longer
term benefits of the care I've given it.
British Jet Engine Website http://www.britjet.co.uk
Always been an interesting discussion point this whether to keep the
car long term or sell and replace on a regular basis never come to a
firm conclusion myself. With what appears to be better body work for
longer on modern cars the long term approach seems a good idea
nowadays. I can remember my Dad having an Austin Maxi from new (1972)
for 10 years thing had more holes than a Swiss by the time it went to
the scrap heap, mind you it was the spiritual predecessor to cars like
Mr Ford tech,
How can I get the MTX-75 manual transmission shift really smooth even when
temperatures reach minus 20 centigrades and below?
And how do I get the final gear to run silent at around 80 km/h when no load
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