Yeah, that seems like a chunk of change for a vehicle that's been abused by teenagers for the last 35 years.
^ This. At least around my area. Service industries like restaurants are having problems due to the "shutdown" but everything else is booming. Town nearest to me has "Help Wanted" signs on half the shops in town. I've been wanting to buy a side-by-side for months now and can't find one in Nevada. Local Ford dealer who normally has ~ 50 new pickups for sale is down to 5 now. Local Jeep dealer gets a new Wrangler in about once a month and it is gone immediately. People have money to spend but no products to buy!Except for personnel directly impacted by Covid, the economy is booming right now. Tons of industries are swamped and stock markets are at all time highs.
Lol... 50/50 chance of it falling apart.I'm not sure that's better- abused by teenagers for 15 years, and then left to rot for another 20 years?
Yep, I was a mechanic in the Marines and we kept our rigs up. Other units, bring it in and we'll get to it.Lol... 50/50 chance of it falling apart.
Honestly, in every unit that I have been in the vehicles that belonged to the mechanics were the best maintained and in the best shape.