So you're going to add a cap to your fuel line because... it's too difficult to not have a cap to remove?
Sure, whatever, it's your time and money.
While you're at it may I suggest removing your wipers? Just another thing to break, am I right? Wiping by hand is the only pure way to do it.
Detroit is downwind of the Yellowstone supervolcano. Ford better hurry up and ship those Broncos before that thing explodes! I would not be happy to take delivery of a brand new Bronco covered in volcanic ash! Are you taking this seriously, Ford????
The Detroit Free Press found a dealer with a unique idea.
Jeff King, vice president and general manager at Bozard Ford Lincoln in St. Augustine, Florida, told the Free Press that he plans...
Correct. Ford isn't building a different Bronco for California.
That restriction would probably only apply to people importing exotics. Anything new intended for sale in the US is going to be 50-state emission.
Agreed. I would like to read and discuss the impressions of owners who got their Bronco. It's very annoying that every thread is being hijacked by other posters upset their Bronco was delayed. There are plenty of other threads to discuss those issues.
40 miles minus any miles put on at the factory doesn't seem like enough for the dealer to let a customer test drive off road. Like even if there was an off road site right next to the dealer that's not a lot of driving.
My guess (having last worked at a bank 10 years ago) is that you might not have much choice with the loans. If the checks are not cashed and the insurance is never provided they will probably cancel the loans and you will need to start over.
I hope you will be able to find a good rate again...
I'm sorry can you explain this? Did you take out a loan on a car you don't have a title and/or even have physical possession of? Did the credit union know that you don't have (and might never have) the collateral for the loan? And if so why did you do this? What if the car was not delayed but...
I just picked up an F-150 that was built In March and sitting waiting for chips until it was finally sent to the dealer a few weeks ago.
It's in great condition, everything works, and it even has the new car smell.
I wouldn't worry about the Broncos sitting outside.