I've wondered that, too. According to Wall Street, investors believe that new vehicle sales will slightly increase in 2023 compared to 2022, which is expected to keep inventory in check. If Wall Street is right, then we won't be seeing many large incentives. Historically, FCA has been aggressive by offering lower interest rates, more so than Ford and GM. From what I've seen, the Ram dealerships are still very limited on inventory, at least here in New Mexico.With interest rates going up, manufacturers might start offering the zero % loans again to move product.....
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I've been doing both, but instead of waiting years for a larger real estate payout, the vehicles can provide decent profits several times per year. Plus, I generally learn something when working on them - if they need work.What you do with vehicles is what I do with real-estate. Except, you move vehicles faster than I move real-estate.
There are no markings on the screwdriver that I cut. It's a cheapo, quite possibly from either my middle school or high school days. I don't think I could bring myself to cut an Icon, at least not a good one. If I wanted to splurge, I would have gotten a John Deere screwdriver. How cool would that be?Was that a genuine ICON screw driver?
Could be worse yet. Unimog used two hood latches that required a square tool like that. Those latches are top and bottom, centered on the hood. Not easy to get to with a loader installed. A bit easier with a forklift.That has to be one of the worst designed things I've seen in a while.
If I remember correctly, there was some type of mandate from Europe that led to the hood release change on the newer models. Instead of John Deere making two different latch mechanisms for different markets, they just stuck to the one that was mandated for overseas.That has to be one of the worst designed things I've seen in a while.
Yup, all of the cool kids have the aftermarket push button feature. They can pick their color, too. Hopefully the plastic pushbutton doesn't get snagged on something.Ah, so it's just a push button that's not surface mounted now. No need for special tools then.
PM me the seller’s name and number; I might be interested in purchasing it, and becoming your neighbor, although that would make for a much longer commute to GatorMade.As it is, now I have the opportunity to buy about 10 acres from the neighbor, or buy (and keep) a car I've ordered. Can't afford to do both.
You would probably be better off with the 18 acres across the road. The girl's talking about possible selling, and there's a garage, electricity, water, and a house. Things that makes it easier to just move in.PM me the seller’s name and number; I might be interested in purchasing it, and becoming your neighbor, although that would make for a much longer commute to GatorMade.