Should have bought a truck, then you could have gone offroading and left.FFFUUU for the day...
I went to work this morning, left my car at the university parking lot. School is out of session, so I'm pretty much the only one that parks there (plus one Scooby). I come back from work at 5pm and this is what I find:
Yep, they decided to do something to the plumbing and cut out the only exit from the parking lot. I probably won't be able to drive my car in the next few days...FFFUUU!!!
Holy shit. Was that all around or just one end? It cost me $70 and a couple hours of my own labor to redo the bushings on my MG's rear ( I'm assuming that your Mustang is leaf sprung ).And I also haz an estimate of $1111.62 for parts, labor, and wheel alignment. Needless to say, I won't be having "$437.24" of bushings replaced for "$611.45" of labor at this tire place.
That's just for the front end, the rear is fine. :lol:Holy shit. Was that all around or just one end? It cost me $70 and a couple hours of my own labor to redo the bushings on my MG's rear ( I'm assuming that your Mustang is leaf sprung ).
Annoyingly good points. Except that budgeting wasn't the only reason to give up the BMW, and budgeting isn't the only thing holding me away from wankels.frankiess, I don't understand you at all!!!
You sold the Beemer, because you couldn't afford to live with it, and now you think that a wankel engined car will be cheap to maintain?