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About eric

  • Birthday 09/03/1984

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    Columbus, OH

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    2004 Chrysler Crossfire Ltd
  1. Hey guys. I know a lot of you are from the NE Ohio area, so I wanted to post this question here. Does anyone know of an auto detailer in the Youngstown, Ohio area they'd recommend? I'm not really looking to have the interior detailed so much as I am the exterior. I want to have my car buffed with a high speed buffer by someone who knows what they're doing. Thanks, Eric
  2. I remain weary. I'll really have to see it painted and mounted.
  3. The 2.0 needs a hell of a lot more than a kick
  4. eric


    Looks real good. Ditch the vent visors, though. They scream "Pep Boys."
  5. Haha, pwnt. I was actually one of those people that had a hard time. Such a hard time, in fact, that I blew a fuse, and had to have you fix it for me. I'll never forget that day, Dom.
  6. The tips are a little modest for my liking, but you obviously can't criticize free. I didn't get a chance to listen to it yet.
  7. I'm not sure how I feel about three sets of gills. Looks like it could end up being pretty sweet though. Can't wait to see finished pics.
  8. I can't argue something based entirely on subjectivity with you, but I disagree wholeheartedly. Yeah. It's Black with a Graphite/Cedar interior. I didn't even consider stopping at Armando's. I don't know if that subconciously had anything to do with the fact that I wanted to get a newer used car (under 50,000 miles, 2002 or later) for 18 or 19k. If I had gone to Armando's, what could I possibly have purchased for 18 or 19k?
  9. Nick! You were there, right?
  10. Nick! You were there, right?
  11. Thanks for making your criticism more reasonable, as well as qualifying it. Grandpa? You're through, buddy. Good thing I'm not planning on getting rid of it before it's not worth selling, anyhow. Besides...there are very few cars that have "good" resale values. Very rarely can a car be considered a sound investment. There were a number of considerations that led to my purchase of the Crossfire. Like you, I'm an American car guy (I know, I know, it's about 1/3 Mercedes). I wasn't really considering very many imports, unless they were used. And, as you know, there isn't a lot to choose from that I would be excited about in American car line-ups. Besides, the used car market isn't exactly teeming with exciting used cars in Youngstown (my Dad wanted me to shop with him, and it's not as easy for him to make it down to Columbus as it is for him to make it up). The Crossfire had been on my list for a long time because they're relatively cheap (since it didn't sell well and they didn't produce them in '07 in the states), it has a lot of standard features (as well as some luxury features that I desired), and it's a looker.
  12. Sunday, August 5th, 2001 at Summit Racing in Tallmadge, Ohio.
  13. Well thanks, buddy. I'm not pissed. I just think it's kind of stupid to respond with comments like "Crossfires suck ass" because they're baseless and absurd given the kind of vehicle we're talking about.
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