shot at the corner of Willamette and 29th Ave. Eugene 11/14/18
That looks like a Think City electric car, which wouldn’t need a lube job.
Correct! My first electric car.
What do you want to bet that the technicians still “advised” the owner that it needs full synthetic, and the differential oil is due for a change as well?
Not to mention that it still has blinker fluid that needs a-changin.
…and I just wouldn’t feel right sending you out of here without the washer-reservoir flush and headliner alignment.
Maybe got lost looking for a burger? But then again, grease is grease.
Some of the local quick lube shops do tire rotation and brake work. The car does have tires and brakes.
Perhaps it has an LS1 conversion. You drive it side-saddle.
I like it. Myself, though, I’d go with a relaxed 8.2L from an old Eldorado. Smooth.
Go big or go home, I suppose. Maybe use one half of the Eldorado’s seat as a bench for the front of this while we’re at it.
Is the owner searching out some “Three In One” electric motor machine oil?
Terrible typogaphy with a huge full stop between Lube and It.
It belongs to the owner. 🙂
The Lube Itusa store?
Even if this thing is electric, I’d bet a whole nickel that it has ball joints and other related suspension pieces that need to be lubricated. Wonder if they get a price break? I doubt it since barbers don’t give bald guys price breaks.
“Help! My Lightning adapter snapped off in the charging port! Can I borrow a pair of pliers?!”
The car hides the “OPEN” sign at the door….
It just sits there Thinking.
At first, I was confused by the McDonalds sign in the window….selling burgers on the side???? Maybe a satellite drive thru Micky D’s while the oil is changed!!!!
Now I realize the sign is a reflection. Stranger things have happened!!🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃
It’s a little tykes car in to have the pedals lubed.
It’s a great parent that does that for their kids
What’s wrong with this picture? It was taken in the United States, and the pictured vehicle does not comply with US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety, bumper, and antitheft standards.
(it doesn’t have to because low-volume electric exemption, but.)
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