One of my best friends bought a new full-size Ford Transit van (gas, 2WD) for this purpose, that he now lives out of. He went Transit because he wanted to buy new, and Sprinters were out of his price range, but he’s had no trouble softroading it on forest service roads all up and down the Sierra Nevadas.
I have nothing useful to contribute. But I really really hope you do this and provide plentiful updates w/pictures.
It’s probably mostly looking for records on the internet or in government offices.
I’m loving this very extended diagnostics & troubleshooting series. Excellent Oppo. It’s been doubly interesting for me because I’ve never had or worked on a carbureted vehicle. Here’s to hoping it’s the condensor!
They’re yours if ya email me at dlp at aperiodic.org with your address. Might be a week or so before I get them shipped out but they’ll get there.
The overlap strategy is a solid one. I hope you can enjoy your remaining time with Casey.
I’m really sad to hear this. I’m sorry for you and your family to be losing your ever-loving fluff ball. It’s going to be a hard next few weeks & months.
I’m so sorry for you and your family’s loss. This is so hard. Try to remember that, even though it hurts a lot now, you did a great thing by giving her a long, happy life.
Skwisgar, is that you??
Sorry to hear. I guess I did it wrong, tho; I bought a Volvo.
Dayumnnnnn. That is tragic! I would be all over that if it were a wagon.
Huh, I woulda called it blue, or maybe teal.
If you’re gonna fix it wrong, you should at least do it right.
I’ll believe it when you get a ground speed check
I want one
😬 Fuel in the oil sounds bayad. Good luck!
What are we looking at in the first few pics?
I’m sorry to hear that, man. You’re in a really tough spot. At least you have a few things to focus on — rowing, Isuzus, concerts — that help keep you sane.
Woah, actual temperatures marked on the temp gauge, too. I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.