The appointment had to be canceled because the parts for the door campaign have not arrived. We are rescheduled for April 24. Regarding the electrical gremlins, they settle down for a while and then they return. The cruise control is back to only working intermittently after working steadily for a few weeks. The electric fault tell tale wrench went away for a few weeks, but has returned.Dan, last time you posted you said you were taking your car into the dealer in mid-March. Hopefully they got your cruise control and other electrical gremlins sorted. Did they also update your door locks?
Washing my new Evora and found this:
The problem it’s a Hand Built car. I took my 900 mile Evora apart to fix some rattles all resolved and I am happy for now.Now you know what to say when someone asks you if it is a kit car
I saw so many 458 with the front bumper not flush with the fenders.The problem it’s a Hand Built car. I took my 900 mile Evora apart to fix some rattles all resolved and I am happy for now.
Earlier today I went to a viewing of the new Ferrari 458 Italia Convertible that cost 352k. When we walked into the room the first thing I noticed was the passenger door panel below the door handle did not fit flush with the body of the car. Driver side was perfect passenger side was pushing out by .25 of an inch. The GM said can you say HAND BUILT. The car is being deliverd to its new owner next week.
Strange, I saw a old testorossa, and the first thing that caught my eye was how absolutly perfect every panel gap was.I saw so many 458 with the front bumper not flush with the fenders. ...