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post your ride I : the phantom motor vehicle by Ebenezer Pittingkuck - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 03:51:04 EST ID:1NyBhKVk No.30192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A long long time ago, in a factory far away, your vehicle was made.

Post em.

sissy bikes need not apply
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Archie Clonningfuck - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 22:40:07 EST ID:3T4uMBMs No.35327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31991
undercover cop/10

i hope you have tint
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 04:03:04 EST ID:qUx1z1cK No.35345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I keep forgetting to take a good picture, so here you go.

'98 Ford Windstar GL photographed in Centralia, Pennsylvania. Its nickname is "The Coastmaster" because of how well it coasts down even the slightest hills. 3.8L V6 engine, power windows and locks, rear climate control and headphone jack, tape player, cruise control... yeah, she's really on the cutting edge of luxury features. It burns through brake rotors like crazy (body is probably too heavy for the Ford Taurus platform), and the replacement hubcaps always fall off, but aside from that it's been pretty reliable. The bottom edges are starting to rust apart, but I'm keeping it as long as I can.

It can seat seven (or eight, if one goes without a seatbelt). However, I find this van much more useful with the rear bench seats removed. It makes a decent small cargo van or camper.

I hope to replace it with something older that has fewer unnecessary features. Any 70s-80s full-size van would be nice, but I don't see myself needing THAT much space. I'd also love something along the lines of the K5 Blazer, International Scout, Jeep Wagoneer... there just aren't many in good condition around here, and I'd feel bad putting an antique SUV through all the snow and road salt.
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Priscilla Cidgestirk - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 16:55:05 EST ID:eR+7P0sV No.35346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35345
Put a blower on the 3800
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fartnickel - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 23:52:27 EST ID:kEQljmNP No.35347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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1996 Buick Riviera 3800 L67 Supercharged. Been trying to restore it. Not a picture of my actual car but one grabbed from online. Same color and sunroof as this one though.
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Nathaniel Blivingdock - Mon, 21 Aug 2017 19:54:22 EST ID:17dQyzYm No.35354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bought a Mazda 3, 5 speed manual for about 13000 with 10k millage. Runs fucking great, and the handling is amazing.


My travels as a vagabond by James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 20:07:02 EST ID:ETnhZld3 No.33061 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so I made a post a few months back talking about a trip I've been planning around the world on practically no money.

Well I'm doing it! I'm in Venice Italy right now. I arrived super late and ended up just dropping 20 euro on a hostel because I've been hitchiking for 5 days and was to tired to hunt down a squat in the dark.

I've been couch surfing and wwoofing as well as busking some street art. I make those outer space scense with spray paint that the tourists fucking love. On a good day I make like 20 euro. Even on my worst day I make 5-10 euro ( i keep writing euro because my pc dosent have a euro button because it was made in murica and im to lazy to look up the ascii code.)

Ive met tons of cool people from various walks of life.

The other night I pitched my tent in a traffic circle on the highway that had a lot of bushes. I got bored and wandered to the gas station where i met some homeless chick who was waiting for a ride and we hung out and she shared this huge ball of hash with me, i gifted her with a painting.

I'll write more detailed adventures and post cooler pics in the future. But right now i have to take my first shower and a shave in a week. I look like shit.


Pic is me and some distraught locals who hosted me for a week.
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Hedda Gendlefoot - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 15:59:28 EST ID:SMUWSY0K No.35344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35339
I wish he didnt. Who needs that smelly bum.
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James randi - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 18:14:23 EST ID:F8BTGytS No.35350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OK I'm back in Babylon. This will be a mini update for now, later I'll write a more detailed account of my last few months. But the short version is I've been living in Switzerland in the Capitol, doing too much acid and busking.
Switzerland has been the easiest country to live homeless in so far. I can live off societies excess quite easily.

I was in rainbow gathering again.
I met a fellow 420 Chan poster there who said that this thread had inspired them to also start vagabond traveling.
So shout out to Ben who is still up on that God dammed mountain top at the rainbow. I look forward to your thread man.
I was 100% convinced pretty much no one read this thread so I had been getting more lax with updates, but Ben has reinvigorated my writing appetite, so expect a lot more update and pics in the near future.

I'm back in Bern for a few weeks because I'm broke and I wanna get some cash because I have a hot new dutch girl friend in Holland that I want to visit. I can rest and restore my funds and supplies quite easily in Bern.

OK talk at y'all latter
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Doris Sanninghall - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 23:10:28 EST ID:1BpN9uMM No.35351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35350
Ben's been dead for forty years!

Your art's pretty cool man. work a cat into one of those and you'll have a winner I promise
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Samantha Meatflap - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 10:07:07 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35350
Nice man, yeah I read these too, dont know how many others do but I hope you continue to update, I'm gonna be a traveller next by year hopefully so I want to hear all the sage wisdom you have, on top of my genuine interest of your adventures.
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Cyril Fipperdock - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 05:04:34 EST ID:AHMuYWZG No.35353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your adventure is so cool. It's something I don't think I could do but I love reading your travels it sounds so awesome. I'm amazed at how much did you get dumpster diving, the food looks fine!
Since you asked for a question, does it ever get lonely traveling so much? I know you meet many people but I can't imagine the connections made run deep ( I could be wrong).
Keep us updated friend!


Two wheel good by Two wheel God - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 20:28:00 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33612 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What bicycle(s) do you have?
How often do you ride?
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Isabella Pobberpat - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 08:20:09 EST ID:P5voJLxk No.35218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hill Climb Girls are the best. Yeah!
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Matilda Wecklefoot - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 22:46:48 EST ID:pUDvby1l No.35267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rent a bicycle?
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Augustus Fammerwick - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 06:28:19 EST ID:Bx+BYz0V No.35312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bicycle for transport? It can be done..
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fartnickel - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 03:59:32 EST ID:kEQljmNP No.35348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Pre 1975 Nishiki International. I don't ride nearly often enough. I mostly tinker and repair. Been trying to restore it. Not a picture of my actual bike but one found online with the same color and seat stays. Wish I could find a good color match for this light gray so I can repaint mine.
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Hugh Pemmleforth - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 13:28:59 EST ID:XMhDUvGP No.35349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35267
>The tyres are all lined up...


buyin korea w/ mastah kard by Hannah Sankindag - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 14:31:06 EST ID:a8SHR3eB No.35340 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello everynyan
n lemme get str8 2 ze kaze
my kuso of a bank jewed me into gettan 2 master card credit uhh cards
one is casual 15$/y w/ 1.25k(up to 5k) limit while another is 50$/y 2.5(5)k limit
while im definitely gettin rid of one of them i dont seem to make up my mind which one exactly
besides, would embassy lemme in w/ just 5k anyways?
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Hannah Blatherford - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 18:48:48 EST ID:vKBL0Ykq No.35342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Henry Pockman - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 06:38:12 EST ID:a8SHR3eB No.35343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35342
hi how are you
fine thank you
My thoughts about this being inappropriate board were right ones, 9/10 threads are about cars not travels. Heck, /lang/ would do a better job


Buying a van to live/camp in by Priscilla Dorringgold - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 14:36:31 EST ID:y5SfCHsj No.35225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Greetings, /vroom/. So I'm finally at a place where I have a halfway decent chunk of change saved up and I'm considering buying a van for the purpose of living in it. Yes I've already done a lot of research on this, I know it's not going to be easy and likely there will be a lot of trial and error involved. That said, the main purpose of this thread is figuring out where to get a used van for as little money as possible that will still fit my needs. This thread can serve as a van-dwelling general thread but that's my main concern.

A bit about me and my situation; I live in the US (Texas if we're being specific) and I'm wanting to move to Houston in December after I get out of school. I'm looking at the van as something of a short term dwelling because I feel like it would be incredibly difficult to live in a van in Texas in the Summer. It gets pretty hot here but hey, maybe one of you might have a solution to that. I have a gym membership so showering and whatnot shouldn't be an issue.

Specifically, by the end of this summer, I should have roughly $5000 saved up. I can either buy a van at that point or attempt to save up a little more between then and December. Realistically I could probably save another $500-$1000 in that time, probably not enough to make too much of a difference tbh. Anyways, I've been looking at some options on Craigslist. I'm also considering looking into police auctions as well, not sure if that'd be a waist of time or not. I'm flexible on the type of van: main things I'm looking for are reliability and no huge damaged areas. It could be a cargo van, a conversion van, hell even an old school Astro van. So long as it runs well and has a decent amount of space, I'm not too picky.

Any tips on where I should go? Or is there anything else for that matter that maybe I'm not factoring in? I'll be checking back on this thread regularly and look forward to any help I can get.
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Walter Momblegold - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 00:20:03 EST ID:EUv5Djrj No.35318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why not buy a old short bus? Tons of room in those things.
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Fanny Marrystadge - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 05:33:32 EST ID:LFbnmztE No.35319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35318
School buses have a 45mph governor on them generally. And never more than 55 mph. Also, due to bus barns and maintenance, school buses are kept in service for so many years that they only get dumped when they are so beyond saving that the cost of buying a new bus is cheaper than repairing the old one.

You also have heavy truck grade everything on them making them a bitch to service and upkeep. A new set of tires would be well over 1200 dollars alone for shitty regrooves. That isn't even mounted either. Plus, school buses are complete turds in addition to all the other bullshit.
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Lydia Benkinham - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 01:05:03 EST ID:NxNS3g7i No.35328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35319
> Plus, school buses are complete turds in addition to all the other bullshit.

Can you elaborate on that?
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Sidney Nedgecocke - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 15:28:09 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35328
Just look for an 80s Chevy G30 with a V8. Parts are cheap, easy to work on, and easy to modify. They come in van, full size van, and the rare but epic Hi-Cube (yep, High fuckin cube!) and they're solid fucking steel.
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Sidney Nedgecocke - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 15:32:59 EST ID:FVvEeN+k No.35338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35319
>governor
They're usually broken in the old ones. There was a trick for breaking them while driving that the drivers used to do all the time. Also, if it's not broke, just upgrade. That said, busses are not cost effective like you stated. Unless you plan on taking a band on tour with you, or otherwise bringing a crew to help with expenses, you're better off getting a box van or a flatbed dualy trruck and building onto it. Even if you can't weld, laying fiberglass is fucking easy... an if fiberglass is too expensive, just use a layer of wire mesh and some cotton duck cloth.


Biking 101 by Graham Guttingstock - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 19:46:44 EST ID:c12rQIID No.35089 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /vroom/

Where can I learn about the bike gears? (1-3) & (1-6)

What is there to know about general bike upkeep? Like checking tire pressure and making sure everything is lubricated

Are there any resources about "pimping out" and modding bikes with accessories and that sorta stuff?
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Nathaniel Hecklechetch - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 13:26:03 EST ID:/GvXy8aV No.35095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35089

the internet
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Zhim - Tue, 02 May 2017 08:40:26 EST ID:C77gzDit No.35099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35089
someone gave me a rusty old schwinn and the tire broke on it after a couple of days so I gave it to one of the locals in this tourist town.
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Martha Porringhood - Wed, 10 May 2017 05:59:01 EST ID:yInb+y+p No.35122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35089
Learn how to fix your bike?
Bicycle Repair Manual
https://volafile.io/r/9pv7wn5r

Bonus:
http://www.bicycles.net.au/2017/03/berlin-bike-show-showcases-the-latest-trends-in-cycling-photo-gallery/
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Rebecca Pongerstock - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 08:33:33 EST ID:FkTDJU1F No.35249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35089
Pimp yourself out; bicycles need to be light, yo.
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Thomas Fettingfoot - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 22:01:54 EST ID:pUDvby1l No.35335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bicycle trails that avoid cars are the best


Bikes are a trip by Shit Brookstock - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:03:43 EST ID:EOBpAeYW No.35306 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I picked up this Suzuki Bergman 400 last year cheap and everytime I ride it its a trip. Its always low on battery and stalls if idles for too long. I put in a new battery today had to fuck with Sulphuric Acid, stupid me thought itd work out of the box and of course that fucker needs to warm up so I took her for a spin. End up bombing down the A27 In shorts and t-shirt. Riding can be intense, pheeew.
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Beatrice Nickleworth - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 03:29:34 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.35325 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35322
thats the beauty of them :')
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Fanny Heblingwell - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 17:33:00 EST ID:jJ18B0GD No.35329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35322

How do I describe it...

You remember when you got your very first bicycle as a kid? How awesome and free you felt? How it seemed like the entire world opened up and how just sitting on the fucking thing was the most fun you ever had?

A motorcycle is like that. Except ALL OF THE TIME.


>>35315

Fucking nice bike btw, those late 70's to mid 80's Japanese bikes are my absolute favorite. The look, the feel, and the sound are fan-fucking-tastic. They're the only type of motorcycle I ride anymore. And yes 4 carbs are a pain in the root of the dick but, hey. Gives ya something to tinker with.
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Fucking Hoffingtidging - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 22:49:19 EST ID:rz2Y0F83 No.35332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35329
coworker of mine told me how his friend died on a bike when he was 19. t-boned by a drunk driver, died in his arms. the irony is that it wasn't really a bike risk, but he still might not have died if he was in a car
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Fanny Brishson - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 10:20:49 EST ID:ZHWVIHoH No.35333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35332
And I had a friend who died from carbon monoxide while he was asleep.

We all gonna die, man. Sounds like your coworkers friend just happened to die on a motorcycle.
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Cedric Hammerlick - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 21:07:07 EST ID:U0bHnEZS No.35334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35333
I had an uncle who died in the holocaust from a Jewish orgy that caused him to fall out of his guard tower when he tried to investigate.

We all have to die man, it just sounds like death is the answer to life of something. I dunno.


About 6 months of backpacking ahead by David Brookcocke - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 10:09:04 EST ID:FpMClnTb No.35034 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone here done the whole South-East asia backpacking trail thing here?
Im leaving in June to go to Tokyo then to South Korea and basically overland all along the coast from Shanghai to Singapore. A couple of weeks for Java and Bali and then onto australia. Im going solo, except for a week with friends at the start in Tokyo. I have a few destinations picked out, most of them are the well known big ones you'll find in most travel guides.

I just wanted to ask anyone from here to share their experience of backpacking and shit to see/do along that route.
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Fucking Droffingchut - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 23:20:02 EST ID:Uwh53COw No.35044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35034

vagabondinglife.com

I havent done it, but this dudes been doing it almost every year for like a decade now. I recommend checking it out for some inspiration!

I always wanted to drink a bucket. Me and my roommate made them in college when I read about Them. Please drink a bucket in Thailand and eat a happy pizza and post pics!
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Rebecca Gommleford - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 04:27:10 EST ID:FpMClnTb No.35046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35044
thanks. Lol I didnt even know about happy pizzas, will find. Def gon try some mushroom shakes too.

>>35042
yeah, I'll have to be careful.

>>35035
I was planning to go to Taipei at first, then I swapped it for Hangshan in china. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbM8DL3ubzo look at this shit. Visas are on the way.
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Doris Goblingdod - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 06:42:29 EST ID:uH/dgx+R No.35086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35035
+1. Taipei is phenomenal! Was a true blessing to visit Taiwan after having been in Ho Chi Minh City for a bit over a week. Ho Chi Minh was great and all, but goddamn, the pollution, rude people grabbing you to sell knockoff-whatevers, all that sort of shit gets old after a short while. Can recommend both places, though.
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Augustus Fammerwick - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 06:31:39 EST ID:Bx+BYz0V No.35313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did you stop by Singapore?
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Simon Dittingfuck - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 01:38:30 EST ID:xY6gtnhL No.35330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck some asian bitches and post that shit online.


OnceDriven, Twice Shy. by Basil Pangerworth - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 22:58:37 EST ID:hOmTxApi No.35307 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey 420chan, it's been a while since I've been here and I'm not sure this is even the right board. I'm going to post it on Random too.

I just wanted to let you all know about a scam going around right now for anyone selling an automobile online. These scammers called Once Driven and will try to get your credit card info for help selling the car. Scary thing is, they are really professional and crafty. For more information, I put my entire experience here (with pictures!)

http://imgur.com/gallery/X8SDI

Just trying to save some people some money and headache.
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Charles Sunkinkug - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 01:58:26 EST ID:xhXfvGeH No.35308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35307
Having sold a number of vehicles online. It is 4-8 months of scammers calling. 2ish tire kickers who try and blow the engine out of everything they "test drive" and also lock down the brakes at every stop. And then some poor sap comes along and buys a vehicle that has been sitting for half a year. But not after haggling the price down by 10%.

Followed by another 3 months of fuckfaces trying to scam you. Craigslist is the biggest offender. But it is also where I generally get someone to buy my shit.


Chicago & Portland by Rebecca Gesslenare - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 23:40:37 EST ID:J5dUHswS No.35305 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm taking Amtrak from Washington, DC to Seattle with layovers in Chicago (9:45AM - 2:15PM) and Portland, Oregon (10:30AM - 6:00PM). any recommendations on shit to do on the layovers?


Going to LA with gf, suggest cool and unique activities for us by Isabella Fuckingcocke - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 00:49:30 EST ID:yK2qGgoG No.35220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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We have 3 half-days to spare and we're looking for stuff that locals might do which isn't super touristy.

For one of the days we wanted to Rollerblade down Venice beach. Probably also gonna do a hike around the Hollywood sign area. Also looking to hit up a farmer's market.

We're staying in Inglewood and are likely going to use public transport, so we don't want to do things which will take up alot of time on transportation.

Also, we have yet to find a place to stay for our last night, any hostel suggestions, perhaps close to the airport?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 14:42:33 EST ID:pDe4LhMK No.35251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you're using public transportation, you can use the Metro Rail (Green Line since you're in Inglewood and the Crenshaw/LAX line hasn't opened yet) and Metro Busway to get to where you need to go. You can even get to Downtown and Universal Studios Hollywood by transferring to the Blue Line and then the Red Line if you're going to Universal Studios. I'd also suggest going to the Getty Center, LACMA, and the California Science Center. South Bay is also pretty nice including Manhattan Beach.
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Phoebe Fonderfedge - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 00:51:03 EST ID:7KoBwKqw No.35259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hang in the valley

go to audition for a movie

&

hit the mother fucking beach
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Fuck Clayson - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 17:39:53 EST ID:9gAhR4xq No.35292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35251
The Greenline isn't convenient for most of Inglewood. If he's North of Manchester it's actually more practical to bus North to the Expo line.
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Fuck Clayson - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 17:44:33 EST ID:9gAhR4xq No.35293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also I would avoid Inglewood it's a shit hole.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 23:25:10 EST ID:xY6gtnhL No.35304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35292
Yeah that's true it would be more convenient that way.


Sarasota to Atlanta move by James Crenderbanks - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 01:08:32 EST ID:EUv5Djrj No.35288 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I will be moving from Sarasota, FL to Atlanta, GA end of this/early next year. So it will likely be winter keep in mind, but it is the south so shouldn't be snow.

So anyway, I have rarely driven on the interstate before so any tips for a 10-12 hour drive?

Should I go through or around Atlanta? Around would add 2-3 hours to the trip but might be less stressful?

I don't have the ability to hook up a MP3 player or anything to my car's audio. I do have a CD player, what would some good driving music to keep me awake/aware be I can make a mix CD.

Most importantly: Any stops I should make along the way that arent a huge detour?
Something I could enjoy on my own as an introvert, not take more then an hour or two, and not cost a lot of money?
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Jenny Fengermat - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 03:19:50 EST ID:rGd5TMrX No.35300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35288
> any tips for a 10-12 hour drive?
Take a stop every 2 hours or so and grab a solid snack or a drink while you're there. No-one is able to safely drive a far for that long without breaks, and most mistakes do happen on an empty stomach.

>Should I go through or around Atlanta?
Depends on when you arrive. The rules of rush-hour go for all cities of a certain size. Downtown of any city is a nightmare during rush hour... if there is a lot of traffic, I'd suggest going around.

Once you get close to Atlanta (around Macon at the latest), do set your radio to a station with traffic updates.. the same goes for any place with road works going on. In all cases it'll allow you to figure out an alternative route in case of any problems

>I don't have the ability to hook up a MP3 player or anything to my car's audio. I do have a CD player, what would some good driving music to keep me awake/aware be I can make a mix CD.
I usually sing along to the radio or any of mys favourite tunes while driving long distances... in my case it's rock or metal, but you might have other preferences

>Any stops I should make along the way that arent a huge detour?
Sorry m8, I've only driven the 75 twice (if you're taking the same route) without detours, and that's like 4 or 5 years ago as a tourist from the other side of the pond...

My friend back then told me there were some great fishing spots along the highway, but your catch will most probably go bad before you get to your destination. I remember a few different things advertised on signs, but we didn't have the time, nor do I know whether or not those attractions still exist...
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Lillian Wabbleneck - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 15:00:49 EST ID:xhXfvGeH No.35302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35288
Am 750/Fm 95.5

Every 8 minutes is traffic/news updates.

Everything North of I-20 is generally okay.
Everything along and South of I-20 is niggers. Just being blunt, you probably don't want to stop off anywhere around Bankhead, Dekalb, South Fulton etc. Homeless crackheads everywhere btw in these areas. Macon/Peachtree city are all civil places. You could stop there before heading up that way you don't get ditched out having to stop somewhere in South Atlanta.

I'm not sure what part of Atlanta you're trying to get to so that changed things. You could just take 75 up to Marietta the whole way pretty much. Or you could need to get like Lawrenceville and be better taking 441 up and then 316(?) over.
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Charles Devinghock - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:32:05 EST ID:DTUQSGbG No.35303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The best way I've found to keep the sandman away is a big bag of baby carrots. Zero prep is required, you just grab them at any grocery store and it's almost impossible to eat the entire bag in one sitting.


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