Nobody uses those little coin carriers (or slim wallets with zippered coin pockets, anymore.Reminder of how much I love my little cavalier. Found in the seat track of a Mercedes. That's an expensive penny ...
When I first started working on boats I was newly divorced paying child support and poor. I needed a car desperately but couldn't afford much. Another boat mate offered me his 10 year old BMW 318 i for $1. It had 315,000 miles on it and the silver paint was pretty much non existent due to its years in the Bahamian and Florida Sun but it ran great.Nobody uses those little coin carriers (or slim wallets with zippered coin pockets, anymore.
Have the occasional coin slip out of the pocket, while sitting in the seat of the car. Pretty much guaranteed, given the level of the hips while sitting and location of the edge of most pants pockets.
That I haven't already jammed up the seat track in my 40+ years of driving is a miracle.
I'm Canadian by birth although I've been in the US since before I was one year old. I've always wanted to go back and look around but I never have, except for a few trips to Montreal in the 1980s.It’s northeast of Quebec
A bunch of places in Canada are on my bucket list- Labrador, Nunavut, the Northwest Territory and the YukonI'm Canadian by birth although I've been in the US since before I was one year old. I've always wanted to go back and look around but I never have, except for a few trips to Montreal in the 1980s.
Having dual citizenship I could move there anytime I want, and in the past I did consider it.
I keep up with Canadian news and belong to a a Canadian gun forum. It's downright scary what's happening to the Great White North. I don't think I'd even visit there now or spend a dime on anything Canadian.
Did someone mention WHISKEY???At some point next week I'm gonna figure out how much whiskey it takes to do idler and pitman arms in my suburban, sway bar links and bushings, and tires.
I've had the parts for over a month. I have a feeling it's gonna take a lot of whiskey.