Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by gonger, Feb 26, 2007.
nice burb, wish I wasn't knee deep into another rig right now. I would pick that up for a sweet family wheeler.....
Ya, it was the Missouri OffRoad Outfitters truck. Used to be a member here on CK5. Good luck with your sale, looks to be a great deal!
I wish you were closer to NJ. It would probably cost me a fortune to ship it here.
That's what you said about the Blazer too, it needed a complete A/c rebuild. Does the Suburban come with the welded-over frame cracks too?
I really try to give everyone the benefit of the doubt(that's part of the reason I got screwed, I'm too quick to take people at their word), but I'm going to have to call B.S. on this one, the frame crack was welded (poorly I might add) I don't think they welded themselves. I'm not going to sit here and get into a pissing contest with you, I'm just going to tell the truth and leave it at that. If someone wants your Suburban, more power to them, but I'm not going to let one of the brotherhood jump into the water without knowing there might be sharks.
It's not the issue of how easy or hard the fix is, it's about honesty. Go ahead and cry and call names all you want, it doesn't change anything. I sent you a PM a long time before I dragged this out into public, you never responded with a denial then. Now that you are selling something again, you want to start crying the blues and calling names in public. It's your fault this is out here for everyone to see, you had the chance to at least try to explain yourself in private, you pissed that away. This forum is great, isn't it. One more thing. I'm not even that pissed about the whole thing, I sort of blame myself for bringing someone with me who was a distraction and kept me from catching the hidden stuff, but I needed someone to help drive the thing home because I didn't have a trailer. Like I said before, I just want people to know my experience, their experience may be completely different.
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