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space is a premium, In NY they do lift and park... (archive)

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Posted by M3Maverick on September 16, 2001 at 20:43:28:

In Reply to: Vertical stack parking garages in NY? posted by Norm on September 16, 2001 at 20:12:30:

cars on top of each other. I grew up there. If the car has been driven in NY, I'd also check to make sure the wheels are round that the suspension isn't shot. My 2 cents. Good luck.


Friend and I looked at a 97 coupe today. There were two minor dings/creases on the roof on both driver's and passenger's front corners. Questioning the buyer, he said he thought it happened in a NY city parking garage where they park cars vertically using some type of lift mechanism. He said maybe the attendent left his finger on the button too long. It sounded really strange. I never heard of this type of parking. Anybody ever hear about this parking garage method or know if this type of roof damage could be caused by it?

Rgds,
Norm





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