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Honestly, I haven't yet brought out my summer cars, none of them. I just did not have enough time, as I am having soooo much work actually, I just do not have time for driving around. I really hope that during the month of july it will be .... easier, to say the least. I actually have 2 summer cars right now, I have a 2014 mercedes c class 63 amg, and a 2019 porsche turbo s 911, both of those cars are mental! Actually, I had another car, until last summer, a 1969 mustang. I loved that car a lot, my dad bought it back in 1970 actually. Last summer, it started to get rusty and the engine was failing, so I decided to scrap that car. We did that at https://www.scrapi.com/scrap-car-collection as they are the best in this domain, and they are paying great money for this kind of cars. I miss it actually.
I've really been jonsin' hard to get a summer car for a while now. In the early 80's I had a 73 Triumph TR-6, and then in the early 2000s I had an 03 BMW Z3 (both had rags and removeable HT's). Now I've been looking for something like a late 'teens Jag F-Type or a Benz AMG SLC 43 (V6s) but Covid market has upped the price and reduced the inventory substantially.
It seems like you have got something nice there. The model you got has more variations for installation. So, if you don't know anything about this stuff, you can look for a company like I did. There are a lot of companies that repair, remove, install conditioners. It's easy to find but hard to check. I mean you can't prevent every company, so you should see the best one. One month ago, I had some problems with my conditioner before the summer. I didn't have time, and my friend told me about these guys. Thanks to him, saved my time before the hot month.