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European cars are big $$$ to maintain... I normally do not work on euro cars but do maintain a few Mini's... I brought the factory manuals and charged them to the customer. The online help has been great... It helps that the customers are blank check customers and very understanding and patent and can back it up with there wallet... :wink:
None of them are daily drivers they are just scoot around toys... I would not advise one thinking its going to pay for itself. I think that's why you see allot of low mileage ones for sale,,, They made their victory lap and lost the trill of it...
If you could put a MG body on one of'em it would make a for a interesting fun toy to scoot around in...
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 11:39:43 12/22/13.
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