They would wear normal clothes otherwise they would be spotted.
Depends on overall condition, mileage, options, etc...
It depends on the style, condition and mileage of the car. A car with a 160,000 mileage would be worth between $1,000 and $2,500, depending on its condition.
"Normal average" mileage is 10,000 to 12,000 miles per year. The 1998 model is 11 years old. "Normal average" mileage would be between 110,000 to 132,000.
It must be safe, otherwise our grandparents would not give it to their grand children.
Because they are no longer being made one would need to buy a used Grand Prix 2009. So one would need to find the blue book price of the Grand Prix. But one would also need to consider the condition of the vehicle and mileage, which would bring down the price.
Several places from the wild to making some your self. Otherwise I would try the Grand exchange.
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It is not normal for a healthy engine to use oil unless it has high mileage or the wrong oil is being used. Adding a qt between oil changes would be acceptable with a high mileage vehicle.
They are both sedating so you would be sleepier than normal, otherwise nothign bad would happen.
You can get a free one from the Crafting Guild, otherwise I would suggest just buying one from the Grand Exchange.
hi - we have a 2004 olds alero and have question about fuel milage . we get at best 16.3 mpg city ,is this normal ?
I have a normal piano and it was like 2 or 3 grand. So a grand piano would probably cost 4 or 5 grand. ............................This is unbelievably off base.... The cost of a grand piano can range from six or seven thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, and maybe more. The most expensive grand ever sold was auctioned off at 1.2 million.
The 2005 Grand Am takes 4.5 quarts. I recommend 5w30 for the weight and if you are at 75,000 or more on miles, or just do a lot of in-town driving, I would also recommend a high mileage blend of motor oil.
No. Otherwise anal thermometers would read warmer than 98.6 on a normal.
your engine is running much to rich. jmmmzzz.
If the car has a separate temp control for the passenger side and the driver side it would have two blend doors, otherwise it would only have one.
Your nephew's baby would be your grand-nephew or grand-niece. You would be their grand-uncle or grand-aunt.
The average mileage for a 2002 Polo would be about 12000.
Mileage of Honda CBR would be around 7kmpl.
If this vehicle has high mileage I would start with the plug\wires and oxygen sensors. These would all affect fuel mileage on higher mileage vehicles. Hope this helps you.
It depends if you want a hybrid, electric (does not need gas), or a normal car that has good gas mileage. A hybrid would probably be the best choice. The average new hybrid is about 15,000 to 25,000 dollars depending what make and model you get.
it turns clockwise (opposite to normal bolts) don't try turning it the same way you would as a normal bolt otherwise it will snap then you will have to drill it out.