Looks better in person than in pictures.
So, the dealer who orders the fancy Camaros, Silverados, and Colorados, has one going back today. It’s an ‘18 RS with the 3.6/auto. I like it. I’d like it better if it had two fewer gears and two more cylinders, but I still like it.
So the dealer that keeps ordering Camaros keeps selling them. So we’ve had some pretty good looking leather come through.
There’s a dealer that often orders crazy stuff because it sells. It’s a Chevy dealer right across from the Dodge Dealer that Bought ALL the Vipers and they serve a pretty wide area - basically most of rural west-central NC. These BLACK WIDOW Colorado trucks sticker around $60k and we’ve had three, so I guess somebody …
On Friday I mentioned we had an armada of Armadae in the shop for leather. As retired rentals, they smelled of feet and the detritus of fast food trips. Or maybe they smelled like the inside of a vacuum cleaner. Obviously this is due to the fact that they were used as people haulers for 40k miles in a year.
How to make a Pathfinder slightly less boring:
The guys in the back did this one today. It’s looking good. The seats are still too stiff and uncomfortable though. It’s built for durability and not necessarily comfort.
Been a minute since there’s been anything good at work. Red is hot this year, so we have a bunch of it coming through:
And after that, likely headed somewhere for a lift, wheels, tires, and other accessories.
2009 Pilot with 194k miles:
It’s a 2.0t Sport. The guys in the back did leather in this one this morning.
The guys in the back did this one:
We did this 18 Sport 1.5t/cvt for a dealer last week. Haven’t added pictures till now:
New Colorado. I dig the scheme but I would dispense with the black wheels. Huge void under the wheelwell and all that. Can it be time for the “Blackout Everything You Can,” trend to be over?
White Challenger Content.
Hi. The guys in the back did this today: