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post #1161 of 1163 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 02:51 AM
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Build a bigger pole barn. I started with a 40x40 shop with 3 bays and a two post lift, then put a 20x40 enclosed carport on the side of it, for four more cars. Lol have the builder put an "equipment shed" on the side for storage.

You'll hate yourself cometh the dawn if you sell any one of those. IMHO.
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post #1162 of 1163 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 04:23 AM
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Jenna, as you know I had two Exige Sí. Absolutely nothing else compares to an Exige. Itís lightning fast, very quick steering control and as nimble as they come. Every time I drove the Exige I had a huge smile on my face. But itís not a touring sports car. After two hours the raw aspects of the car become very obvious. Itís loud, the suspension is fairly stiff and the seats (unless your very slim) are uncomfortable as hell.

Iím thinking about moving back from classic Lotusí (I have three of them at the moment) to a used Evora. They have depreciated enough that you can get an S version for the same price as an Exige S. The Evora is a much different car than the Exige, but the comfort factor of the Evora has me really focused on this being my next Lotus.

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Voltage stabilizer location

I want to replace my voltage stabilizer and I know it is behind the binnacle. But where? I took both gauge panels out and didn't see it even after looking behind with a mirror. Where is it exactly. Anyone have a clue? More engineering marvels I suppose
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