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- Mini Cooper S; Dodge Dakota 4X4, Triumph TR6
I would do what is called a "voltage drop test" on the battery cables. YouTube shows you how. This is better than just cleaning the battery posts because it tells you the internal condition of the cables.
Both have gone down on the higher end of the income scale.
Back in the 50s, for every tax dollar you paid out, corporations paid out $1.50.But is that because corporate taxes have gone down or because individual taxes have gone up? Statistics can be made to say many things.
In 2017, for every tax dollar you pay out, corporations pay out about .25 cents
This puts most governments into deficit, so they borrow, and if your wages don't go up year after year, then you borrow, too.
And who lends everyone the money? Exactly.
Ain't life grand?
If you made $50K a year:
If you made $500K a year:
If you made $10 million a year:
So the more you make, the larger the better the tax break...this is what we call a "regressive tax" system.
But that is the worst one, and you made it permanent?Exactly! You might as well put the Pentagram on there---LOL!
Now my wife is getting into the CCBA act- she found a 104k mile 2009 Mini Cooper S Clubman. Automatic and most every option. She wants to replace the 193k mile X3. Her call if it checks out.Get a PPI on that one.
If it is as nice as the photos, it's about $3000 to $4000 underpriced, yes. So there's money on the table here.
This seems like a good deal:All I know about these is from the movie "Cars" (animated). I like this. Looks in really good shape. Is it really a good deal?