Especially are considered insurance in Florida and insurance is regulated so everyone has to pay the same price which is MSRP.
Lombard Ford is registered to sell in FL and will at least save you the sales tax.
Ford is having issues incorporating the screens properly into the dash. Instead of making them look like damn tablets sticking out or floating, it should be built into the dash.
Look at the 2024 Nautilus. It looks amazing as the whole dash is screen, two 24" screens making it a large 48"...
The Extended warranty isn't going to cover the previous owner replacing the springs with non OEM springs... and it won't cover missing bolts/nuts that the previous owner didn't attach. The ESP covers defects, not the changing of parts back to OEM.
Have you tried the regular Ford cover for the gt350? A buddy of mine and I both use them for our 18s. Even though it says indoor, we have had no issues the last few years and the water doesn't go through it either when it rains.
That's BS, you can buy an extension through a Ford dealer. There are no exclusions except too old or too many miles. The cut off is around 8 yrs old and 120k miles.
Here you go, I put in a 2015 gt350 with 118000 miles and here is what is available through Ford.
So again, I bought my 18 and just ran out of warranty on April 28th. So it's possible like mine that he is in b2b and if not, still under powertrain.
And as I stated, he can still get an ESP through Ford if he wants. I said nothing about engines blowing so not sure why you are even bringing...
Times have changed, I bought my 2018 with 1,500 miles for 52k 2 1/2 yrs ago.
I'd say mid to high 50s for a 2017. How much powertrain warranty is left?
You can buy an ESP on it from Lombard Ford for a little over dealer cost if you are nervous about it.
These are $25k engines.. get an OASIS...
How do you know? My 18 wasn't originally sold till April of 2020 and my b2b just ran out a week ago.
Power train still good for 2 more years and I'm buying an ESP. His could still have some power train left depending on when it was sold.
Even if it is outside of warranty, he can buy a Ford...
If it's fake then it's not a certified check.
Real personal checks can bounce if you don't have the funds.
Real certified checks can not bounce because the funds are pulled from your account the moment the check is printed. So funds are guaranteed.
So I still stand by my comment that...
They will pull your credit score and see your debt owed (balances etc). There is ZERO reason to pull your credit and it will actually drop your score by having your credit pulled.
Absolutely refuse to have it done. A certified check from your bank is all they need.