Yeah I'm as convinced as ever that it's time for it to go...For fuck's sake. This is not a laughing/joking/emoticon matter anymore. At this point you're just self-harming by holding onto the car any longer, and unlike blood dripping off a slashed wrist, the damage you're doing to yourself is not as obvious. Of course, if past experience is any indication, you'll shrug off this warning just like every single piece of advice given to you by people far more knowledgeable and experienced than either you or me, but it's the absolute most that a mere internet acquaintance can do. Scrap. That. Car.
True, there comes a point where costs are more than the return...i've definetly not broke as even as i thought. (Hey I did learn something from business school! :lolSo you can spend untold amounts of money fixing a broken car, or you can patch it for the moment only to have effectively thrown that money away, or you can get cash in your pocket to help towards something that either sucks less or sucks better.
I'm an anomaly here among FG in that, while I love cars, I know comparatively little about their inner workings. As such, I have most maintenance done at a small shop by my school who's been more than fair and reasonable whenever I've brought it in, seemingly when something breaks or it's car inspection time.That tire shows very serious sign of dry rot and damage from underinflation. Do you do any kind of maintenance or at least take it to a shop that does???? If you touch your tires and your hand turns black is an indication of rot.
Eww Sebring...my eyes
:lol:No ones likes that, it's Haynes.
It's not common, but I'm doing my best to spread itSO IT IS AN INTERNATIONAL TERM. I see. makes me feel both better to know i don't suffer alone but worse that it has proliferated as such.
EDIT: not Jennifer. a more asexual name like Pat or Sam.
Back in 2004 or so, Car Talk ran a survey to find out what the ultimate gay and lesbian cars were.I need to sell my car. NOW.
Well..that explains things then....(I still insist that I WILL have a Jetta (non elcheapo current car) one day!)
It's parked in my mom's driveway atm. Hopefully to be scrapped sooner rather than later. Haven't moved it since that day, my uncle's been graciously letting me use his 96 Avalon when I need to go places this weekend.Of course you will. It's an awful car, naturally you like it.
Has your Saturn been sent to the scrappers yet?
Drive it...it's pretty easy to hate.OK now I think Spectre hates that car with a passion. That's kinda sad.
No, I'm trying to get him to dump it before he becomes the forum's first fatality due to stupidity.OK now I think Spectre hates that car with a passion. That's kinda sad.
No, it doesn't corner well. None of those SL1s do.At this point the only redeeming quality is that it's 80% of it is dent-resistant. That and perhaps it corners well...that's it.
Which it probably will, if the one he sent us pictures of is representative of what it has on the opposite wheel (as I recall he replaced them in axle sets.)Unless a tire explodes.