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      12-03-2012, 09:31 AM   #13
Anvil
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Drives: 2008 Alpine White 128i Coupe
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Location: Framingham, MA

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IMO it is that it is almost always cheaper to perform preventive maintenance and the occasional ad hoc repair than it is to purchase a new car.
With an athletic vehicle such as yours, the PM should include springs, shocks and steering replacement as needed.
If the interior and exterior are in good shape and PM is performed on the mechanical components, why purchase a new vehicle unless the new vehical performs better?