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Car modifications: Can we take our cars to a dealership?

The Jerusalem Times (Israel) December 14, 2017 5:10:58It’s a big business in Israel, but the cost is much higher.

Cars sold in Israel can cost as much as 5,000 shekels ($150) per vehicle, depending on the type of car, according to the Israeli car repair company Yachad.

A car can be repaired for as little as 50 shekel ($1), according to Yachadi.

In the past few years, the company has been selling modified cars, including luxury cars, and trucks and vans.

In December, the owner of a new car, who was waiting to get the new tires, received a call from Yachada.

He was shocked to see a man wearing a suit and tie walk into his shop, and he immediately called Yachaden to get more parts.

He says the car he bought was in bad shape.

He wanted to send it in, but it wasn’t a simple matter, so he asked Yachadic to fix it for him.

He also wanted to get a new engine.

In a few weeks, the car was ready to be sold.

The man says Yachads repairman told him the parts were for the vehicle’s original owner, and that it would be returned to him if he paid the fee.

It turns out the man who bought the car from Yacob was actually selling it to another customer.

He had bought the vehicle in January 2017 and bought the parts for it in November.

“I want it back,” the man said, shaking his head.

“It was a waste of money.

I don’t care how much I paid, the whole thing was a disaster.”

A typical repair shop costs between 1,500 and 3,000 herkels (about $1,800), according in the past, according Yachader.

“The average cost is about 1,000 to 2,000 dollars,” says Yacad.

The repair shops are usually located in the Jerusalem area, but in recent years, they have also been found in other cities.

Yachid says the repair shop that I visited in Jerusalem is the best in Israel.

I’m not sure if the car is from the past or not.

The seller’s name was not identified.

He has also told me he had to get an order of tires from Yacha.

“But I’m happy with my new vehicle,” he says.

The new car is worth 2,500 shekelis, which is about $1.50.

But, Yacader says, “We only sell to dealers, not the public.”

Yachade says the prices for parts are comparable to other parts dealerships in Israel: “You’ll get 10 to 15 percent more if you’re willing to pay the extra for the tires.”

But, the customer said, “I have no idea if the parts will be available again.

“They’re all there,” Yachado said, smiling. “

“If the buyer wants them, I will give them them. “

They’re all there,” Yachado said, smiling.

“If the buyer wants them, I will give them them.

I think they’re all in good shape.”