I would expect to find camels in a Sahara caravan.
Expect to pay about $350.
Would you expect all wavelengths of light incident on a solar cell to be equally good in emitting a current? Not always, as the refractive index of the incident can differ depending how the light propagates through the medium.
well, you stick your hard penis in the tailpipe of the girl and keep doing that until she screams with pleasure, and she should like it, but if she doesnt then expect an asswupin, believe its from experience
Chemical reactions are either; endothermic, removing energy from the environment, or exothermic, emitting heat upon the environment.
a blown transmission they are known for that expect a $1200 rebuild
Camels or Donkeys.I'm not too sure about the donkey bit. I checked a website and that was what it said. :-)
requires no ink are far cheaper to operate print quality is better more reliable expect minor repairs
Keep receipts. You can't really expect anyone to believe a claim that you spent more on repairs if you don't have receipts.
200,000 is not a problem with proper maintenance. I have even seen a couple over 300,000 miles.
A leading donkey and a number of camels ranging between 3 and 20 or more.
Our 2004 has 220k on it and still going. It has needed repairs but seems like its going pretty good still.
depends on how much money you're willing to spend on it for repairs. I have a 01 caravan with original engine and transmission and it has 286,000 and only recently started costing money.***I have a 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan with 252,000 miles and going strong. Transmission replaced at 175,000 miles. Water pump and driver power window motor replaced. Of course, struts replaced. Parking brake lost its mojo at about 240,000 miles. No engine problems at al. No A/C problems. I expect to drive this car to 300,000 miles.
if my heads are warped and gasket needs replacing what longterm damages and repairs should i expect
Automobile repairs are high in prce today. So getting a major pair like a transmisson fixed will cost you about $ 1500.
You can expect to pay at least 300$ for a quality paint job. That depends largely upon your location and whether or not you go with a discount paint shop.
Depends on the amount of damage... If there's no repairs needed prior to paint (outside of light scratches) about $250-300. If it's a 3 stage (pearl) expect another $50-$100. If major repairs are needed its usually a couple hrs of body time added.
Impossible to answer as it depends on how you maintain the vehicle, how you drive, where you drive, and many other factors. You should expect, with good maintenance, to be able to drive this car for well over 150,000 miles with no major repairs. With repairs it can last as long as you want to keep driving and maintaining it.
When a vehicles engine is maintained as recommended you will have a longer engine life. There will also be less repairs over time, and the fuel mileage will be higher.
You can make a few sentences from the word expect. The 5 sentences you can make are: I expect you to do better, I expect you to have your homework, I expect you to listen to me, I expect you to do your chores and I expect you to go to sleep.
what can you expect from yourself
She did not expect much.When can we expect him to be over?I expect you to get a good grade.
If the car was taken care of and serviced regularly then this is not really high mileage. It is not low mileage either. Expect to spend money on some repairs on a car with this mileage. If the car has been neglected then this is high mileage.
You already know the answer to this question. It is a Cadillac with 227,000 mile on it. Cadillac parts are expensive. Cars with 227,000 miles on them are naturally going to need repairs. Unless you can buy this car for very little money, and it has been taken care of, my answer would be no, it is not wise. You will spend money on repairs and if parts such as the transmission go out, you will spend plenty. The bottom line is what is the purchase price, and what shape the car is in. If you decide to purchase the car, expect to spend money on repairs, because you will sooner or later.