72 degrees here today. Perfect for riding the bike. I wish it would remain so ... a few short months and we'll have upper 90's.cico7 said:Nice pics mr jones. last week we had 22 inches of snow and it was below freezing, Today it is 55 and sunny....no snow
LOL. It didn't show up as a line item on the sticker. I like the various fees that get added on with vague names that nobody can tell you exactly what they are for.jeep5253 said:No, they do it so they can make more profit. Charge a lot for something that cost them very little.
Some friends of mine own a few stealerships and have a guy that freehands the pinstriping on all their vehicles and has kindof made it their signature, but yet they charge for it too. Oh yea he signs his pinstriping too "Sid did it"dh63269 said:Don't some dealership's do pinstriping as their "signature" or whatever?
I would not request pinstriping ... but I don't think this one looks bad. Otherwise I would have removed it as soon as I got home - like I did the dealer's sticker.TR4Runner said:Striping is still extremely popular for the street rodders. In fact, some of the more popular guys are almost legends when it comes to striping a custom rod. The Discovery Channel had a great show about it the other day, showcasing some of the more extravagant striping jobs on several different cars. Personally, I prefer the clean look without pinstripes, but it can look good on the right vehicle.