Don't miss Wachovia, a.k.a. "Walk All Over Ya".
But not experiencing that Wells Fargo is any better.
I will miss Compaq computers cause they were the easiest computer to learn on---the 486 series
was a fine computer good performance and easy to repair---my company still has many Compaq
computers still runing after more than 15 years ! And the 486 dx 100 was perhaps one of the best of the 1990's ! and by adding one chip became a pentium 1 computer ! I learned computer
repairs on Compaq computers ! these were and still are one of the best built computers !
they will be missed and those still runing are proof that Compaq had a good machine ! gyy
I do not miss the Saab's. Their owners always seemed to have an "I am better than you attitude".
So far, it is the starter, which there four for my car. 680.00 for the one that fits. More repairs could be coming.
I own a Saab 9-3. Never would have been able to own one if it were not for leasing with the option to buy after lease expired. It's been a long payment plan but finally will pay off in February. It's a great car. You get what you pay for in this car. Fully equiped with computer technology, even lets
you know when to change the oil. Awsome. It's too bad GM had to 86 this one, they lost a jewel of a vehicle. Rock solid handling, and excellent power with balls to spare. The sportronic shifter is an invention that makes this car a rockstar. This car will leave you in the dust if the driver so chooses it. No mercy!!
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