Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by brackac, Mar 27, 2004.
And then there is this Syclone with a little over 1,000 original miles.
both actually look like they have low miles.
And I just purchased a new truck 3 months ago.
and the differences in the color of the cladding, is ummm, I dunno..
some dealers painted the cladding on the syclones, others didn't..
Where's all the " at interior" fucktards?
A lot of people use a plastic cleaner similar to black chrome to darken the cladding.
i saw a Syclone the other day on the road
This man speaks the truth..
There are tons of turbo Buicks and GMCs with ultra low miles, and pampered lives, those are kind of cars I like to own.
so how are those at towing, specifically a 900lb trailer with a 3400 lb car on it
they look amazing, I want one.
no shit sherlock
(I own a typhoon)
they can't tow shit.
U'm i'd be wary of buying something that old with that low miles. I wonder how many oil changes they've done/what kind of condition all the seals are in.
I got my GN with very low miles on it and only the front and rear seal ended up with small leaks (which happens on all of them anyways).
Seals aren't hard too difficult to replace.
most people that store cars/trucks with low miles, know their shit.
gimme a break.. not everyone is as idiotic as jeep owners
GNX #363 is on eBay, only 813 original miles.
i love typhoons, syclones, and any turbo buick