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You can recover it, or even do better when you sell the car though. Here's some sample private party sales numbers for a 2006 Jetta with 100k...
Fuel smell hasn't been a problem at all. It's more expensive, but mileage compensates, and higher resale value later also...
You must have a different engine than we do in ours. Power is adequate, but that's all.
How about a Land Cruiser? As cool as a Land Rover, and will burn just as much gas, but might actually take you somewhere.
I used Brembo rotors and Akebono pads on my Saab. They seemed to stop as well as OEM, and lasted longer.
If there's a chance it could be usable, I'll stick it out by the curb and put an ad on craigslist.
Really though, the Bruins are out, so I'm happy from this point onward.
I was given one of the Portland Growlers for my birthday. It's a cool piece of ceramic. It doesn't get much use, unfortunately.
A six pack of...
It's probably not an option, it doesn't seem like Xenfora has it, but I've always preferred threaded forums.
On the snow tires subject, worth reading: http://www.edmunds.com/car-reviews/features/tire-test-all-season-vs-snow-vs-summer.html
Have driven both, can confirm.
I've never tried Shimanos. I had Juicy brakes (I think 7s) on a bike a little while ago and had some pretty loud squeal and shudder that I could...
I got dragged to the first hobbit movie and hated it. There's no way I'm paying to see another.
The Hobbit was 300 pages. The LoTR books were...
A friend of mine put small screws into some of his older tires. He seemed happy enough with them for winter, and it was dirt cheap.
Cool. Probably a better choice than the B6 from what I've heard. You has photos?
Something I've wondered about with cars like that - who do you take them to for maintenance and repairs? Is that something you're just going to...
All my cars with electronics have been much more reliable than the ones without.
9-3 SportCombi http://www.saabcentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=311273
Want. So much.