Post Number: 195
|Posted on Wednesday, 25 March, 2020 - 11:41: |
This has to be the most perfect Shadow:
Omar M. Shams
Post Number: 1961
|Posted on Wednesday, 25 March, 2020 - 14:33: |
Post Number: 3023
|Posted on Thursday, 26 March, 2020 - 05:43: |
I agree that it looks amazing. But any car that age with only 33K miles on it is going to have loads of issues from disuse.
And I can speak to this directly, having purchased LRK37110 with only 26K on her, and from someone who kept her maintained very well until he fell ill and she went into a "long winter's nap" in the garage until his passing.
Vehicles like this, with that kind of mileage, have been nothing beyond what I call "rolling sculpture." Garage queens of the most striking kind.
I run the other way when cars have mileage that is really, really, really low for their age. My purchase of LRK37110 was an accident of chance and not something I ever expected to occur. But at $5K US, how could I say no?
Electromechanial devices need to be exercised at least somewhat regularly to stay in the best condition. Sadly, I'm not living up to doing just that with my cars these days, and I know that will only make matters worse for getting them completely roadworthy again when that time comes.
Post Number: 241
|Posted on Friday, 27 March, 2020 - 09:17: |
Darn that is a nice example.
Makes me want to go polish and detail Camilla.