- Feb 9, 2021
- Palm Beach County, FL
- V-Series Cadillac(s)?
- 2018 CTS-V (sold), 2022 CT5-V Blackwing #34
No, I had to retire early. Due to major shipboard fire, fighting the fire a large fuel line burst and I was blown down to lower level and shattered my knee.Are you still in?
Can you clarify whats scaring you off, on my CT4 I dont have to so much but change diff oil at 1500, put in some track dot4 (this is just a no brainer) and normal maintance going forward. Alignment for track is normal but really depends on skill level, you dont really need it if its first time out, if skilled and experienced yes highly recommended. As far as warranty you just cant modify car is really the thing.One note as I read through the owners manual I am less interested in tracking it. There are a lot of things you have to do to keep warranty. Stilll up in the air but I guess my Ducati and Yamaha will have to do. Also you can’t drag a knee with the Blackwing….
I'm sorry, my bad..For the same reason as you, I am trying to do business with Hendrick in Charlotte. I have bought many cars from Hendrick dealerships in the area, and it's always great. I have a good rapport with them and know where I am in line (#2). They don't know how many allocations they will get, no one does, no one knows how many cars will be built. But, even Sewell doesn't know how many allocations they will get other than "a lot." How many is a lot?
Thank you for your service. That's crazy what happened. I feel you on the manual. Mine is a manual so if you're in SD I'll let you take a ride in itWished I could have stayed in at least do 20 but had no choice. They said with a shattered left knee I couldn't go back aboard a ship.
Thank you for your service.