Re: New car, christened with...
- From: "PadronMan©®" <shensiek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 15:35:55 -0700
"Paul M. Cook" <pmBERMUDA_SHORTScook@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
"PadronMan©®" <shensiek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Paul M. Cook" <pmBERMUDA_SHORTScook@xxxxxxx> wrote in messagethe
Hey smoke in your car all you want -
I do thank you very much for your permission.
that would be dumb but I wager it won't be the first act you've ever
Nope thinking you had any amount of common sense was my first dumb move
second was replying to your BS.
And yet you continue.
Can't resist poking the monkey with a stick.
>But your a fool to do it especially in a car like an Audi or a Jag or
Mercedes or Saab or any car that has more wires in it that steel.
Most of the wires you are concerned about are under the hood......do you
smoke in the engine compartment?
You've clearly never seen the wiring harnesses in a high end car. Not to
mention that mine has no less than 5 computers and only 2 are in the
compartment. My Alpine sound system has more wires than the fricking
ohhhhhh 5 computers??? Do they run windows???? LOL I love that you are
obsessed with your wires. Maybe George Bush is responsible for the smoke
>The acids that form from the smoke residue will ruin your electronicsyour
Time will ruin the wires in time too. Oh and also heat......don't take
precious car out in the sun Mr. Walnuts
Actually smog is very hard on a car as well.
Then you better put it in a hermetically sealed box and just to make sure
it's not damaged you should regulate the humidity.
And you know damn good and well that your adhesives will separate, too.
Never had a car that had the adhesives separate due to smoking and or
anything else for that matter.
Well there ya go. Gotta be crappola if you say so.
Just citing personal experience. I would go out on a limb to say YOU have
never experienced this either.
in"Just look around at all the cars for sale and tell me if "never smoked
ondoesn't raise their value.
As someone who sold cars I say that is BS too. We NEVER had a used car
listed as "Never smoked in" not one single time. Never was a premium put
a single car determined to be a non-smoker.
And I'd say you either never sold one car or you're lying or both. As
someone who has bought 2 vehicles in 8 months I can tell you "never smoked
in" was a very much a stated part of the description and a selling point.
I'm looking at my new office curtains, just a few months old, and I see
smoke residue all over them.
sold lots and lots of cars...new and used. If you were told of the smoking
thing then that was saleman preference.
As for your curtains??? You should try venting.....it's an amazing property.
I'd certainly not want that in a pricey vehicle.
Earth to Paul......Earth to Paul.....22,500 dollars is NOT a pricey vehicle.
You can't get an Accord for less than 26,500. I see now you bought it for
I bought my vehicle to be an extension of my home as well as a vehiclechoose
utilized for outdoor fun. Since it is mine I choose to smoke in it. I
to eat in it too. Maybe you have a premium for "never been eaten in" too
Geeze man, have a fricking stroke. Get a grip, loser. I drink coffee in
truck. Happy now? Or perhaps you want to argue about that too?
OMG do you know what coffee will do to a wiring harness???? You guessed
it....it will make it all edgy and jumpy.
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