What You'll Get
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Ready your ride for the pending holiday road trips and holiday demolition derbies with today’s Groupon. For $16, you'll get a full-service oil change at O'Neil Nissan, a $34 value with tax. Though your Groupon isn't good for synthetic oil, synthetic believers can put their Groupon toward a synthetic oil change and pay the difference.
The friendly mechanics at O'Neil Nissan are trained to treat your vehicle with the care that they would put into swaddling a big robot baby in a duck-print shammy. You'll get up to five quarts of premium oil (roughly 4.7 of his Majesty's "litres") and an oil filter change. The trained experts will investigate your car's fluid receptacles and fill them with the all-important life juices that keep cars from hungrily eating their owners. Finally, they'll check out your tire pressure to ensure you arrive safely to your afternoon squash date.
Unlike accusingly silent library books, cars protest by not working when you don’t adhere to their due dates. To keep your vehicle in top shape, you should get your car’s oil changed every 3,000 miles or six months, or after every seemingly coincidental encounter with that mysterious goat. Though we all may delay a bit in getting this necessary service for our beloved steel combustion-chariots, this deal is the perfect opportunity to deal with one of the nagging chores you’ve been meaning to get around to for ages. Get this Groupon to take advantage of the requisite service at a discounted rate and to stop postponing the inevitable.
Note: Your Groupon is not valid for commercial trucks or RVs.
Rebel With Also a Car
The year was 1961 and Ace “Johnny” Brandish was 16 and wild. He combed a comb through his slick, blond hair, tipping it up like a peak of meringue. There were only two things he loved in this world: being a rebel, and his 1957 Mustard Shang Automododge with rapid-fire steering, hamlocked brake chargers, custom chrome pinions, aerodyne sport caps, and an AFM radio with all the top hits. He popped his chewing gum, and also chewed a toothpick, while he rolled a cigarette. He threw it away (tough guys don’t smoke).
Just then, Blondie Mondell came out of the bowling alley with a cotton-candy-pink sweater and an armload full of school homework. She was also late for singing practice. She gave him a once over, like the trouble he was.
“Want a ride?” he asked, already knowing the answer. Singing practice could wait.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for commercial trucks or RVs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.