Waiting in the cavernous lobby and showroom and using the free Wi-Fi at Jim Click, there was the chance to ogle over the four Mustangs on the show room floor. Really didn't want one. Did notice that two of those had list prices higher than a diesel truck that would pull my trailer. Certainly must be something special in those Mustangs. Or it might just be a luxury tax for a car that looks nice, sucks a lot of fuel, and is unable to go faster than any other vehicle on the roads of rush hour. Cars can only go so fast on a parking lot.
Also on the floor were a couple of vintage vehicles including a 1941 Ford Pickup. Lots of chrome on that pickup.
The fix for Silver Slug. It wasn't birds. The parts were a serpentine belt and the belt tensioner. After paying bail for Silver Slug, I headed home. That $500 wasn't bad. There were more expensive days in the summer of 2012. Still hoping for another 100,000 miles on vintage Silver Slug.
Okay. Hoping is one thing. Reality is another. Still a great day -- even though it was cold and rainy in Tucson.