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May 31, 2006

Frugal Car Maintenance; Management by Your Business Blogger


Nearing the half million mark
Your Business Blogger has two bar bets that I always win:

1) I've been fired from more jobs than you, and

2) I've got more miles than you. On my car, that is.

And the key to longevity is routine maintenance. And the key to maintenance is a competent mechanic.


The Dude pulling maintenance
I've retained The Dude for the basics. And sometimes more.

He works well with little management supervision.

Call for rates.


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Full Disclosure: The Dude is eleven and employment could run afoul of labor laws in your state. Check local listings before asking for a quote.

Linked on the Festival of Frugality.

Posted by Jack at May 31, 2006 09:32 AM

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I know an old Mercedes Speedo when I see one --

My 1982 380 SEC had well over 200k when the tranny started to slip -- we sold it (cheap!) to a friend of the family who fixed the tranny, and put another 150k on her.

I took that car to Richmon VA from NYC 2X -- it just hunkered down and drove -- great set of wheels . . .

Posted by: Barry Ritholtz at June 3, 2006 09:19 AM

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