So other than the fact that the front end looks like ass, and of course that it doesn’t actually work, I’d be interested.
A few vehicles I’ve seen recently.
Ok, maybe the trunk isn’t that long. Interesting car, anyone here ever drive one?
If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a very cautious person. I don’t like the thought of causing unintentional damage or harming people. And everything in life is risky, which means I spend more than my fair share of time waffling.
At first her reaction seemed a bit overboard, but reading through this I began to see how traumatic it could be. School bus drivers and flight attendants simply can’t keep doing this.
Stumbled upon this in the RV section of Craigslist. I guess I need to update my saved searches.
Update: Chuckles has persuaded me to head east instead of north or southwest. I may continue to the Outer Banks, but I suspect that’ll prove too much driving; I’d rather save that time for the mountains.
I’m not going to cast a stone here, because she has to be absolutely devastated, and I remember doing something risky with my car as a teenager that, had it gone wrong, could have been really ugly (albeit not fatal to anyone, probably).
I’d definitely vote NP on this, but no idea what the market is like. Very clean Roadmaster.
I think I’m in love. Out of my price range, and I have no idea how to manage a carburetor, but would be pretty sweet.
Today all remaining manual XJs vanished from local Craigslist. There are a couple 2-3 hours away still, but one is a 2-door which despite my aesthetic preference for same I’d rather not. Looking for practicality. And the other one is a bit steep at 5500.
But damn what a sweet ride this looks to be. And not crazy expensive.
I’m guessing $300k is a typo, but I suppose it can’t hurt to ask. Plenty of room to negotiate.
Seems like this would make a really nice RV for one person, admittedly with a lot of interior work. This seems unexpectedly affordable.
Wish I had the financial stability to drop 40k just to show up at Radwood in style, but if I did, I think I’d do it this way.
Apparently these were not made for very long. Spotted this at a shop on the west side of Indianapolis.
I don’t know the official numbers, and we’re nowhere near Houston-level flooding, but it’s ugly.
Severe thunderstorm warning. Tornado watch. And I’m a fair pace from home hiding in a Subway.
Manual 4Runner. Obviously the rust is a bit concerning, but even with that the price tag seems to good to be true. What am I missing? Why shouldn’t I go check this out?
I noticed two high-mileage Toyota sedans on CL tonight, one of which touted it as “only” 192k (and to be fair, it looks very clean and for a Toyota that might well be a reasonable adjective), and I wondered what I’d find if I searched for 150k and up vehicles.