RE: [DML] How long is too long?
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RE: [DML] How long is too long?

Just a followup to my original post of last September. Still nothing done to 
the car that we know of. It was shipped to PJ Grady in 2001, needing a new 
automatic transmission. We have the credit card reciept for the $5000 we 
paid up front, to cover the tranny and a few other odds and ends. The 
reciept is dated June 8, 2001. At the time Rob said there were about 40 cars 
ahead of mine, so we expectd maybe six months or a year to get the car back. 
Now it's been over three years, and still evidently no work has even 
commenced on the car. I've seen people post since who have taken their cars 
to Rob and already got them back, one gentleman after only a few weeks. We 
realize Grady's has a good reputation for maintaining these cars, but three 
years seems like a ridiculously long time to have not even started. Several 
times over the last couple years when I've spoken with Rob, he has said mine 
would be the next car in. Should we just get the $5000 back and have the car 
taken to another facility, or continue to wait? What do other owners who've 
used Grady think?

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