John Parrish of Burlington, NC, is proud of his 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06. Factory stock with 650 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, it eats up pavement pretty quickly. In his words, the combination of the white exterior and red interior “just does it for me.” However, the Corvette developed […]

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  1. Peter Chapin

    Had a similar experience years ago with an independent shop I used and liked. I had a 944 Turbo S I used on the street and track. As I approached the shop I noticed the odometer turn 25,000 miles exactly. When I picked it that afternoon it had 25,050 miles. The shop owner was not in that day and there was just one employee. When I told him I noticed the mileage, he became very nervous and offered to not charge me for the work done. I said that wasn’t fair to the owner, paid and left figuring it wouldn’t happen again. I was not going to mention it to the owner but the employee did, without mentioning how many miles he’d driven.
    The next time I was in the owner mentioned the incident and said the employee told him had just gone for parts. I said “Fifty miles?” He said “Fifty! He never mentioned that.” He was not happy. Not sure what happened from there but I was pretty sure this would not happen again.

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