The 6 and 7 days a week does not sound like fun though, as I get older. I
can think of only two Sunday's that I've worked in the past 20 years and
maybe 5 or 6 Saturdays. Could be interesting though, especially if it is a
different trip each time.
Right now I have a stress free job with lots of independence. Retirement
will be cutting back to maybe 3 days a week. Meantime, I actually like
going to work. Honest.
If you want a Chrysler, hurry (if you dare). They're currently in no
condition to be a viable automobile company. A quick look at their
product lineup will show that all they have that's competitivie in the
marketplace is the Challenger/Charger/Trucks. This isn't nearly as
large a portion of the market as they need. Reports are that it'll be
a couple years before they have a reasonable product lineup.
I have little concern buying a Chrysler. Most of the parts are from
third parties anymore anyway so parts availability for almost any wear
item is not a problem. Warranty repairs are the main concern, but I
don't expect Chrysler to disappear. Someone will buy them and in almost
all likelihood will honor past vehicle warranties. To do otherwise
would be a PR disaster and would seriously limit their future sales as
few people will buy from a company that would abandon past customers
I actually would be more worried about buying an Entourage since it had
a limited production run and thus even salvage yards won't be a good
source for parts. I nearly bought one a year ago as the local dealer
had some killer prices on the last 4 on his lot. Fortunately, I found
out that the model was being discontinued and that is a key reason I
decided to wait a while longer.
I may look at the crossovers a little longer, but frankly none of them
much appeal to me.
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