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Started by Rolo, 15 June 2021, 04:41 PM
Quote from: Randys01 on 01 July 2021, 02:53 AMThe going rate here for a small Merc specialist .. .and we have 3?....is up to $150 per hour but ave about $120 across the board.Cheapest w/shop on euro stuff is $100 per hour.I refuse to even find out what the MB Dealership slugs.Specialist mechanics here are treated with respect and admiration. Merc//Ferrari/Porsche. This does not extend to the poor spanner jockey stuck away in some Ford Dealership of course.
Quote from: nathan on 01 July 2021, 05:54 AM"Values on our cars won't plummet, rubbish ones might, but good ones will continue to rise. I think particularly after electrics start dominating.""Good info being saved is important, forums like this can help when the info is based on knowledge not thoughts."[/quoteOne must understand that what happens in Australia doesn't mean the rest of the world will follow suit. Australia already pays double and triple more for certain cars, such as W116, than the rest of the world does, and that's likely why values won't plummet for Australia....at least for a while. In the U.S. it's already happening. Values have either been stagnant for a long time, or they're falling at an exponential rate on certain models, such as W116. There are few people who can work on them, and far too many people who own a W116 here in the U.S. refuse to spend money on them regardless of how much it costs. It's unfortunate that my input is viewed as insignificant. My commentary is not based on "thought" or "opinion". My commentary is based upon irrefutable facts and knowledge. If I don't know something I will not comment, or I'll research it before I comment. To assume that anyone on this forum isn't knowledgeable is extremely boorish and quite conceited.
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