Thursday, May 1, 2014

If a company can't even supervise its web page, how much supervision has it given to manufacturing its cars?

After watching Dave spend $35,000 for a 1914 Merz cycle car on American Pickers last night, I decided to search and learn more about the small-frame automobiles with motorcycle engines.

Ace Cycle Car/Liberty Motors of Seattle, Wash., is a licensed manufacturer and seller of the Morgan Three-Wheeler, out of Malvern, England.

I would not buy a Morgan Three-Wheeler, at least not from Ace Cycle Car/Liberty Motors of Seattle, Wash. And here’s why:

From the company’s web page: “With it’s low weight ...” and … “it’s Harley engine …”

http://cycle-car.com/index.htm

If a motor company cannot supervise the grammar on its international web page, how much supervision has it put into manufacturing its vehicles?

I wanted to send an email to Ace Cycle Cars/Liberty Motors through its web page “Contact Us,” but there was no space for comment.


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