Last week after seeing this thread, I decided to do a measurement oil test. With 2737 miles, the minimum oil warning came up so I went to dealership last Saturday to fill it up and was told to drop the car today for follow inspection which required me to leave it over night. During the whole...
Other than PPF and carbon fiber spoiler, everything is stock. I would like to change the steering wheel and fix the wind issue but that is it. The car has everything I need so I’m not really interested in doing anything else. But if you asked me when I was younger, I would be doing a heck lot more
Yep definitely ignore the price and go with the best shop around town. Look at their website, facebook, instagram, etc and see if they have any history of doing the supra.
$2.2k-$2.4k isn't that bad if they are doing the full hood, bumper fenders, mirrors. Mine cost me $2.8k for high impact...
After a couple of weeks waiting, my refraction blue A91 supra came in! It has been a blast to ride and every pull puts a smile on my face. After seeing the nocturnal black and this, I'm so glad I waited :headbang:
Bucket list = checked
Funny enough I was looking at my Tundra purchase back in 2014. Man I was sure dumb to let them convince me to buy the add ons (windshield, tire/wheel protection, mechanical breakdown). Sure I only used the tire and wheel protection once but honestly i rather save all that money and bought me...
Curious to know what are you guys thought on Toyota's Protection Plan and other add ons.
I bought my Tundra many years ago (first time buying a car) which I decided to get the tire/wheel protection and the windshield protection.
This time around I planning to skip all of it together.
That's what i figured as well. It looks like you are in H-town area as well. Which dealership do you know is offering MSRP? My family's been with Fred Haas for many years and I bought my Tundra and tC from them.