I remember when the accountant would put broken engines - trans - and
other big parts into the " Accelerated Depreciation " file. Just looked
like old broken parts to me. But I was not paying the bills. LOL
Doug Odom in big ditch
> This would history for any particular bike. If you have had to replace
> engines then that should be figured in as well. Total costs for non
> recurring parts to date to develop the bike (car) to where it has run
> on the salt. In my case, I figured all parts that I threw away as
> being unsatisfactory or broken, and all the nuts and bolts from Ace
> Hardware, lol...
> Jon Wennerberg wrote:
>> On May 4, 2007, at 3:02 PM, drmayf wrote:
>> Just the car costs to date (or bike). If you would shoot me the
>> number, (I don't want your actual costs or mph just the factor,) and
>> the motor class and vehicle class, I will complie and put it on the
>> web site or maybe Jon's site.