This, or...some shops tell owners, 'if it ain't broke (no evidence of imminent failure), don't replace it'.The IMS was most likely not dealt with due to being more than one of the owners felt like they wanted to invest further when doing the clutch and rms.
Nice.bro - do you even auto-x?
Suspension upgrades are next, but our canuck buck is getting hammered. I'm not paying 3k for coils.
Hun around north of the border if you're willing to travel - we're under .75 on the dollar.Nice.
Still searching for a car myself. I originally thought it was just people on Rennlist huffing their own farts as far as prices for 996TT's go, but it's other people too! Prices are all over the place. Most of the cars in the $50k+ range I've seen since I started looking are still for sale even though that's totally what they're worth man, really! I've looked at a couple of clean mid/low 20k mileage cars that were both around $45k. Passed on the first one because I wasn't a fan of the overall combo of stuff on the car. I'd own the second one by now but the owner put it on ebay and sold it without telling me he was doing this after I had a PPI scheduled. I'm just assuming it wouldn't have passed?
There has to be some expensive catch to buy and register a car from Canada here, right?Hun around north of the border if you're willing to travel - we're under .75 on the dollar.
There are literally trailer loads of cars going south everyday. Guys are up here cherry picking the market and shipping south - some of them are the same cars that we brought north when the buck was flipped.
This is a reputable dealer in town
That's 36k in your US bucks. Before negotiation.
There will be some stuff to pay plus transpo but it's exactly what we were doing 4-5 years ago.
Not sure of the specifics, when we bring them north it's sales tax and duty.There has to be some expensive catch to buy and register a car from Canada here, right?
Good post Morio! Ordered mine the other day when Jake posted them up :thumbup::thumbup:I found this and thought I would post it here. Some of you DIY'ers might be interested in this book.