You're right. And I'm a slow learner.
It's just that I'm trying to plan ahead (which never works out as it's supposed to, anyway) and in the meantime my girlfriend is trying to keep the miles down on the trade-in.
Uh, oh. This is starting to look like deja vu all over again.
Today I found out that the D1 status has reversed back into D, where it's been for five days now.
Pierre, did your Challenger end up with an engine destined for a Jeep, by any chance?
That may work with vehicles equipped with such things, but far from all of mine are.
Besides, they generally frequent completely different places, so there are fewer saved ones to scroll through when using a separate GPS for each.
I think I know why: They're very simple, and generally mechanical.
But to get today's consumer to have to push valves, or drain air tanks, just isn't going to happen. Not when it's a travesty (in their mind) if the heated seat didn't come on with the remote start.
Well, I didn't panic when the Challenger took over four months to get delivered (after being built), so I figured that my anxiety account needs to be used up, at least to some extent.
The last order sure didn't accomplish that, showing up a month quicker than I had expected.
Besides, I would've...
It's fully understandable, I think, that these air deflectors don't get much respect.
For one, they came free with (or on) the vehicle. And more importantly, they're not visible.
Compare that to spending money on a pair of 2-foot Hellcat decals for the sides of the car.
Now that's a performance...
Sure looks like Pierre will be enjoying his Challenger long before we get the 'Hawk.
As of today it's in D1, which isn't bad for only 10 days since ordering, but it's two more than what it took to reach that status last time. At this pace it won't arrive until late March, or so.
I'll have to...