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Full maintenence (archive)

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Posted by Michael on September 23, 1999 at 14:37:09:

In Reply to: Re: question for Jon S... posted by Jon Shafer on September 23, 1999 at 12:36:05:

I thought all 2000s come with full maintenence now.

: : Hi Jon, March is a long time ago? Gee, this internet thing goes a warp speed (yes, a Buick commercial ;).
: : Ah, question, you stated once that we (i.e. 99 year cars) could upgrade to full maintenance for $399. My dealer sent me a letter and, well, they want $800! So, if I buy it from you, will they scratch my car?
: : As for the dorky t-shirts, that was in reply to Alan's request. I assume he is the one who produces them.
: : As for you again! Did the Audi guys throw tomatoes at you when you showed up in the Bimmer?
: LOL!!
: Dave - The $399 upgrade is for a 2000 model to 4/50 "full maintenance" (from 3/36). I haven't received any new bulletins on the subject, but to upgrade a '99 to 3/36 "Full Maintenance" it s/b $699, and for 4/50 it s/b $1,449... Check with you later, -Jon

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