02 Escalade | 02 Corvette "Goldilocks" | 03 Blazer 4x4 | 92 Caprice Wagon LS1/T56
Those look purely cosmetic, really.
Right, but even just for cosmetic reasons, I'm surprised to see them on a sports car. I mean on a jeep or something like that, they allow for extremely low air pressure, like 10 or less psi, for better grip on rocks and a wider foot print in mud and snow, with out the tire debeading itself. But just doesn't look right on a sports car. Unless there's a reason that sports cars use them that I'm not aware of in racing or something. But I just doubt in a race they'd want low psi. Lol.Stingroo said:Those look purely cosmetic, really.
It's not like any of us is going to set a dress code or call morning meetings. We do our own thing, attend to our own customers and cars, and try not to step on each other. We fund our purchases separately and treat it sort of like a hobby. We're also in an off the beaten path location to keep costs down, so we don't have to worry too much about fixed costs and overhead.Welcome to the wide world of auto sales Jesda. I wonder how different it is being at a small lot like that, compared to being in a big dealership like I am. I'd imagine it's much more laid back and casual. Is that true?
Books are still selling. Baffles me, but I'm satisfied. People love paper.That 98 LS400 surely would've tempted me if I lived in the US. That generation of LS is becoming harder
to find, and is much more appealing to me than the bloated LS430.
Best of luck with your interest in the dealership ... have you left the world of books?
Honestly. I got a little 7" tablet for Christmas last year. I never use the thing. I decided I was going to try and put some ebooks on it that a friend of mine gave me, and it was such a hassle that I was like "To heck with this" and just wrote them all down.I know I do. I refuse to buy a nook or kindle.
But does the ability to search make it less one sided between paper and e-books?I mostly read non-fiction which I prefer on paper so I can mark pages. I know you can bookmark and highlight with Kindle, but it's just not the same. If I was more into fiction I would prefer an e-reader since those tend to be linear. I read a lot about business and technology and find myself flipping around from section to section.