Since I keep vehicles for a long time, resale value is never one of my concerns.
One of my first vehicles was an 1984 F-150 which had the 300 inline 6 which is not a slant. Probably one the best engines ever made IMO.So the motor has me puzzled. Here in states far as I know all the in lines I ever worked on were a slant 6. Thing layed over on about a 30 deg angle.
Yes our earlier Vals had 225 Slant 6's, Ive owned a handful of them, restored a few too.So the motor has me puzzled. Here in states far as I know all the in lines I ever worked on were a slant 6. Thing layed over on about a 30 deg angle.
Gotta convert to digital.There's another good reason we are hanging on to our 2007 Chrysler; It has a 6 CD changer for our music AND a cassette player we use for listening to books on tape on long trips. Yeah, we are still in the 20th century tech-wise.
Yeah most of the time thats me too,What's an MP3? Motorcycle Police 3 wheeler??
I have yet to download one tune into anything and don't have the need. We have CD players in the house and car and I don't want tunes when riding. Just the sweet music from the exhaust.
Thanks mate!MBX.....I just came back from a motorcycle film festival we have here every year at the drizzly time. The full length feature was about Wayne Gardner, one of my heroes in the day. Good flick! It's simply named. WAYNE.