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camaro97

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  1. I used a Dremel tool and cut the crimps off. I made sure to take lots of pictures of all the fitting orientations before cutting! Is there a recommendation on what I can do to get the fittings all cleaned up and shiny again? Brake cleaner got off a lot of the stuff. Thinking about using oven cleaner to remove the char but not sure if that's a good option.
  2. Does anyone know who can make new 6.0 oil lines or reuse fittings to make rebuilt lines with new SS braid?
  3. I've been lusting after a manual V12 Vantage for a long time to park next to the Diablo. Is there a shop to service Aston Martins in the United States that is similar to how driven exotics is exclusive and exceptional to Lamborghini?
  4. I read something about Montana not being a great option anymore. Interesting factoid about Michigan! Insurance is high in New Mexico too for the uninsured and high prevalence of DUI. Near the Alexandria area My concern with the state law is if the car resides in the VA for 6 months, then I'm "technically" supposed to register. We would be renting in VA. I am thinking of just keeping my home state driver licenses and car registrations which I could probably be OK with for 1 year but may have trouble if we stay longer. Thanks for the point of contact. I will ping the user.
  5. Thinking of temporarily residing in Northern Virginia for 1-3 years. Planning to keep primary house and residency in my current state. Looking to take our 4 cars which includes an 01 Diablo. It seems VA has a hefty yearly vehicle property tax and nonresidents are required (https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/46.2-656/) to register their vehicle with VA if it resides in the state for more than 6 months. I calculated the vehicle property tax at $12/year based on the NADA value of $313k. Does anyone know of any creative, legal ways to significantly reduce or avoid paying this tax? I'm used to vehicle state/local ownership costs at $60/year regardless of make/model/value.
  6. True. I wonder if there are requirements (e.g., car has to be offered for sale) for insurance/dealer if it is underneath the 'dealership'.
  7. It looks like he listed his SVR for sale yesterday and it's already sold(?). The listing is already removed from his website but the YouTube video is still up on his channel. Does anyone know where it's going?
  8. camaro97

    Discount Diablos

    I would think there has to be some recourse for a rare situation like this.
  9. camaro97

    Discount Diablos

    Was the buyer aware of the damage before bidding since the damage happened right before crossing the block? If the buyer viewed the car when the car didn't have the dent, bids/wins the auction for the car, and then receives car with damage with an explanation of what happened ... is the winning bidder still obligated to complete the purchase of the car?
  10. Why choose epoxy over polishing + sealing (e.g., lithium silicates)?
  11. Very nice!! How high are your ceilings?
  12. http://www.rallylights.com/hella-4169-seri...ignal-lamp.html
  13. That's ridiculous. It appears to be 3% for the State of Virginia: https://vada.com/dealership-resources/newsl...cles-procedure/
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