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Re: mechanic's inspection
I agree completely with Sean.
I had a trusted mechanic check my '94 90CSQ before I bought it from a
dealer this past July. The mechanic found several things, including 2 oil
leaks (head gasket, oil pan gasket). I brought these problems to the
dealer's attention, and they were fixed before I took delivery. It was
money well spent, in my opinion.
Sorry you had bad luck.
At 07:30 AM 9/30/97 -0400, Sean Ford wrote:
> I have to disagree. A *trusted* and *capable* mechanics inspection is a
>and necessary part of any used car purchase (at least for those of us that
>less than mechanically inclined). In your case, bad luck I guess. That
>was obviously not the cream of the crop...
>firstname.lastname@example.org '92 Audi 100CS 5spd 27K mi
>Newton-Wellesley Hospital '89 Suzuki Katana 600 14K mi
>Newton, MA 02162 (USA) http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/5528
>From: AudiJeep@aol.com <AudiJeep@aol.com>
>>When I bought my '92 100S about a year ago, I insisted upon a mechanic
>>checking out the car before I bought it....
>>So my $0.02 on mechanic inspections: Don't waste your $$.
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