Synergetic said:I don't understand why there is headrest monitors before and not after...
mike0311 said:probably because insurance won't pay for them so why give them to them. Also looks like the same case for the rims.
That's one thing that kinda makes me sad, I spent the money on the 24's, the 7" TV's and yet I never had a chance to put any of it on. The 24's were just sitting next to truck in the pics because 2 or 3 tires were bad + the guy never gave me the lug nuts. And the TV's were temporarily mounted to the headrests for the pics. Wasn't fair, but I guess better to be off the truck when it got flooded than on itboombotz said:Yes Alex has said before in another post he was going to remove the monitors and rims to sell.
I know exactly what you mean. Think I even told my dad that But this week & next week I'll be online doing my real estate class, so 1) wont have to work as an assistant much longer...2) make my dad (boss, too) happy...and 3) make some money to buy another Escalade and try to make that my dream vehicleboombotz said:Also Alex from what has happen to you with this EXT it seems as you were never meant to have this Lade. Good Luck in the future and hope to see you with another one.
2003 Hummer H2, and a 2005 Honda S20002000Escalade said:What Ride do you have now....?
What Are you driving ?
and What r u planing on buying
Hurricane Katrina stopped by, and the next day my dumbass decided to drive around. Drove all around town but ended up going down the normal crusin' strip, and sucked up some water when i was only about 6-inches deep. Engine basically shut off, and truck glided to a stop in 2-feet of water further down the street. An hour or so later we got a couple people to help my friend and I push the truck into a parking lot where the next day the rest of the oil came out when my dad and I tried starting it.Sky High Ent. said:what was that big puddle from>? In the earlier days