Hello! I’m in search of any technical advice, suggestions, or tips for old two-stroke enduros. I have a 1974 Yamaha DT100A that hasn’t been running for the last six months and I’m looking to start working on it myself to a) regain a form of in-town transportation and b) stop feeling guilty every time I see it in the…
HULK HOGAN SPEAKS IN ALL CAPS, BROTHER.
This time, on Craigslist Roundup, we’re looking at 4 Suburbans, not the similarly-named seminal 2010 Arcade Fire album. Pre-2000 models, anyway. Ready to start?
I just got back from a trip to The Second City to watch my girlfriend graduate from the Naval Recruit Training Command (boot camp) and see her off to the next phase of training. I only had one day with her, so I was left with the city for two days after she flew out.
Craigslist Roundup is a place to share and discuss automotive and not-so-automotive listings on the most wonderful website of our era, Craigslist. Feel free to post stuff you find in the comments below!
I've been window shopping on Craigslist pretty often in the last few weeks, so I thought I'd do something productive with it. I'm going to post a bunch of CL links to cars I find interesting and but a blurb up about each. Feel free to do the same in the comments!
I was walking back from class and saw this awesome Peugeot 504 wagon parked on campus. The owner let me take a few pictures and mentioned he owns 6 (!!!) other Peugeots and a Renault. He used to have a Fuego, which rusted to oblivion in the PNW.
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Here's a mix I made that seems to help when you're thinking of a certain person in your life.
Now I just need a nativity scene with a bald eagle.
My roommate and I found a 1996 Ford Explorer on Craigslist. 5-speed transmission, 4.0L engine, 218258 miles for $500. It needs a new slave cylinder, which would be about $80 in parts (I don't know how to change it). Clean title. We'd each be going in half. What does Oppo think? Tom and Tavarish, are you out there?
It's 4:40 and I'm still awake. And haven't touched my homework. Here's a song for your trouble.
Going to a gym for the first time, especially a giant rec center, is like going to a party sober. Everyone else is farther along and you have no idea what you're doing. Luckily, a gym rat friend of mine took me under his wing and showed me the ropes.
Subarus noticed: 1,000,000
Ohmygodohmygodohmygod. No SR20 because it was at a stop sign, but the owner said she loved driving it. It sounded badass, too.