How to Make a Tireslot for Bob’s Old-Fashioned Tire Shop

“It was just a beautiful day in January.

Bob was driving us to the airport and I had this beautiful white convertible.

It was a nice little convertible, a convertible with a rear spoiler, and he was driving around the parking lot and I remember looking at the windshield wipers and thinking, this is it.

We’re going to get this in.

And so I just took my car to the dealership.

I said, ‘I need a pair of Bob’s tires.’

I looked at the price tag, I thought, $1,200.

And the salesman said, well, $250 is too much.

That’s too much for these tires.

So I just said, you know, I’ll pay $200 for them and I’ll take the car to Bob’s for two bucks.

He was driving a nice old Cadillac.

He’s the one that built the Rolls Royce and the Rolls-Royce Phantom.

So he knew everything.

And I took the car and I went up there, and I was driving him around the lot, and the salesman told me he’d give me five bucks.

I don’t know if I said that right, but I thought it was like, ‘Oh, you can get five bucks for the tires.

I know what it is.

This is going to be great.’

And so he came out of the dealership with two pairs of tires.

That was it.

I never thought about that in my life, but it was a really nice day.

It wasn’t like, what the hell, I got a car, I have a good relationship with Bob, we can do this.’

And it turned out to be a very successful day.

And they did the same thing with the Corvette.

So it’s just a matter of, if you have a relationship with a tire company, it’s going to happen.”

– Bob’s tire sales manager (via NRO)