Hey guys, I need to identify red flags that auditors should of caught when the Enron scandal took place that will prevent future issues to happen again.1 AnswerOther - Business & Finance2 months ago
Hello, this beautiful great condition 2005 Lincoln town car has been on the lot at my local ford/Lincoln dealership for about 3 months now. It has 110k miles on it and has a sunroof, back up sensors and chrome trim. The car is absolutely stunning, only thing is that there s a tiny mark on the rear bumper. It is $8000 (average price) but I asked for the car fax and this is where it got a little more iffy.
It was a rental car for 10 months (though I doubt someone would thrash a luxury rental car). Then with the second owner it was in a minor accident (no structural damage according to the report). Also it being on the lot for 3 months makes me wonder if it is worth the $8,000 price tag at all! But on the positive note it has been religiously services at the dealership throughout the second owner.
Do you think if I ask $5,000 they will take it? Does it being a formal rental and being in a accident lower its value greatly?10 AnswersBuying & Selling5 years ago
Hi, I drive a 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis GS with 73k miles. Last night i went out to go to a friends party and soon as i started to drive it, my cars steering wheel was shaking/vibrating (started from 5mph) and it felt like I had more contact with the road and I noticed every little bump was very harsh so I pulled over and checked my tires to see if it was flat and it was all normal.
On my way back home from my friends house I noticed that it was back to normal. No vibration or anything. Road felt floaty again (car is a boat). What could of happened? Could it been a stuck shock absorber? I did the bounce test and it was normal.
I found this extremely odd!1 AnswerMaintenance & Repairs5 years ago