It really depends on who you have inspect the car. There are 6-8 people that work there. I was lucky to get a newer gal that was super nice. I printed out a list of all the things that needed done and she followed my lead checking those.
The main thing is the title - the title has...
Lol...that is awesome!
I got pulled over on mine last month. I "may" have been speeding. I was given a friend a ride and out of nowhere, I glanced at the rear view camera and saw 3 cars...not just 1, but THREE police SUV's. I thought I was f'd.
They simply asked me if they could take pics...
That is a good point. I have the carbon fibrer full interior tub with dropped floor pans and the Tillet B5 Carbon fiber M seats with 6point Oreca's.
The steering wheel is detachable and it can be released to make entry and exit easier, but I don't go through that.
Having owned Vipers and Corvettes, it is certainly a LOT more work getting in and out. I am only 5'7" and about 170lbs...pretty athletic and flexible...it takes a little work but worth every little bit of it. I have had some of my friends try to get in and they struggled.
Thanks...I think I am going to keep mine to changing it once every other year. She only gets driven mildly on the street and about 2k per year so the Graziano will be every other year and oil change annually. Thanks!
It is crazy the level of attention these cars get. I went out to dinner with a few friends and in the group, we had a Ferrari FF, a 430 Scud, a Ford GT Gulf Edition and a few Lambos...EVERYONE was checking out the SL-C...no love for the other cars.