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And could you put in a louder horn?'
'It's up for adoption. Just pay to have it fixed.'
'Off hand, I'd say it's a problem with your distributor.'
'You gotta fix this thing. It purrs like a kitten.'
"It's a good thing you brought your car in when you did, my daughter needs braces."
My broom's in the shop.
'Bob, call you back. A big auto body job just drove in.'
'I need a really loud horn. My brakes are a bit spongy.'
'Before you say it's got some old parts, remember that you repaired it last time.'
'We've run all the tests, Doc, and can't find a thing wrong with it. It must b e psychological.'
OK, let me try to explain it to you this way.
'First of all, it didn't malfunction, it broke. Never waste a $20 word on a $2 car.'
'Yes, I did give it an oil change myself. I changed to a healthy low calorie oil with no transfats.'
"Your Thunderbird does cough and splutter, but it doesn't have bird flu."
'Rats, I don't think we'll ever get this thing going: It's flooded again...'
"They don't build them like this any more. Heck, why would they?"
'It's up to you, Mr Snedly. Get it fixed, or enter it in the antique show.'
A vintage car being fixed by a mechanic underneath.
Brake Repair Shop
'This may take more work than we thought.'
'If I were you, I'd leave the keys in the ignition and hope someone steals it.'
'I found out why you're experiencing a bumpy ride.'
'Hey, Ruby, want to give this guy an estimate?'
'This is Green Peace! Throw out your refrigerant and come out with your hands up.'
'This will help us locate the source of that funny noise.'