Tynan, people on this forum have been trying to give you good advice since your first thread. Ive seen you on FB asking questions and people on those groups have also been giving you advice. Some of us on here are probably old enough to be your father. Including me. Im going to tell you the same thing I would tell my 33 year old son.Dude, it's been confirmed almost a year ago that anything you have to say to me is irrelevant...I have no respect for you or your "advice"... I don't even know why you continue to follow my threads only to sh*t on them... that's all you ever do...
I guess misery does love company...keep up the hard work...🤷🏾♂️🤡🎯💯
The seller probably assumed it was good to go since it got him everywhere he drove it (local traffic that's close to home?). It's also possible he never once checked it & wasn't worried about it. The buyer apparently did assume it was good to go. What's that old saying????Well the seller said it was good to go.. 🤣
We're on the same page. 100%.Oh I completely agree with the above scoti
I just see the aspect of two adults, one with decades of "experience", went to look at a car and a 10sec basic road worthy check wasn't done. We are talking basic rookie stuff.
So when the basics can't even be accomplished, the more elaborate stuff is already out of reach, which we've seen also.
mikester made a very accurate and well worded post full of sense and logic, but that only applies where it can be received and understood.
This is a forum to help out our automotive community, with all kinds of experience and knowledge. Most of us here are more than willing to help out and do, however if you're that special little pinecone that wants to go on your own path and do it 10x harder and not take from what we learned, well so be it. I'll watch with no sympathy.
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