Yesterday it was dirty so I dumped all my leaves from yard work into the boot to take to the leaf dump site. After I used the leaf blower/shop vac to get the dirt out then cleaned the whole thing. I even got the oil stains out of the carpet by the pedals. The beater is looking ok now.
I never thought I would see this in Bismarck. Someone here bought and is dailying an S-Cargo. I have no idea how this will handle the winter here.
Some guy decided to make the pedestrian crosswalk a parking spot next to my real one.
Someone in Bismarck is driving around this unrestored hearse. I found this driving by and I’ve seen it a couple of times.
Soptted this in Dickinson, ND in the oil patch. V8 power man!
So I bought that 94 escort from the time I asked oppo.
I accidentally got some tire shine on my brakes. With a hybrid car, that means squeaky and grinding brakes at low speed. When the engine started up it was acting like it had some bad gas in it. I’m not surprised since most of my trips the engine never warms up. I was having none of that this afternoon.
What do you think guys? Old Escort without rust for $850 OBO? 82k miles. Thinking about getting it to keep miles off my Ford C-Max and to have a stickshift to have fun with.
As promised when granted authorship here, I periodically will take pictures and post some of the most unusual vehicles that I find in my journeys in North Dakota. Like my two prior posts I found this beauty in Bismarck.
It’s the day after Halloween and already someone in Bismarck built a Christmas roller coaster. The whole thing is bolted to the roof, yes if you zoom in those are real bogies for train cars and there’s a real lift hill!
I found a very tastefully modded Eldorado (‘76 I think) made into a ute. I saw it in Bismarck on Thursday. Any thoughts?
I found a very tastefully modded Eldorado (‘76 I think) made into a ute. I saw it in Bismarck today. Any thoughts?