Wanna bet? Sometimes it does, sometimes it starts a pissing match & trust me Chrysler has Attorneys sitting around with nothing better to do then make a small guy go broke..... Bruce knows he bought the engine in it's current condition but you wanna guess how many holes an attorney could drive a truck through to make proving the engine was delivered in it's current condition.... Bruce needs Someone in a position of Authority to step up & make the right call in the interests of customer satisfaction & goodwill.... Sometimes the pressure of an internet forum can help, sometimes it's creates the same reaction as hiring an attorney...
I think Bruce's calm patient dealing is gonna be more effective then trying to intimidate Mopar...
asserting your legal rights, is not intimidation. Its your rights under the Constitution.
In the auto industry, being calm and patient will get you nowhere, most of the time.
72 Cuda, owned 25 years. 496, with ported Stage VI heads, .625 in solid roller, 254/258 at .050, 3500 stall, 3.91 rear. 850 Holley DP, Reverse manual valve body.
Up to 4000 RPM, Warp Speed, Up to 5000, Rediculous Speed, Up to 6000 RPM, Ludicrous Speed!
1999 Trans Am, LS1, cam, headers, stall, etc! Love to surprise the rice rockets with this one. They seem so confident, then it's "what the heck just happened?"