i've got one for you.
when i was actually restoring my 1966 mustang, instead of just letting is sit (as it does now), i had the service/parts guys at my local ford dealers try to give me advice on what to do. this was almost always in conjunction with them telling me that the part i was ordering was not the proper part for the car.
my response to this particularly overbearing idiot was:
- 'do you own a classic mustang?'
- 'have you ever worked on a classic mustang?'
both times, his response was 'no'.
after hearing this, my next response was: 'then shut the hell up and bring me the part i just ordered. if i need your opinion on my car, i will give it to you.'
usually, they'll look at me with some stupified look, then go get the part, IF they have it in stock. more often that not, they do, but i HATE dealing with this type of stupidity.
i can't wait until i have to take the cobra in for maintenance. :rolleyes: