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Exotic Destinations in Germany by Charlotte Blezzlewell - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 11:56:49 EST ID:/ZyeTF4L No.35289 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, i will be staying in Düsseldorf for another week or so, and I decided to rent a car for the weekend and drive somewhere exotic. Like mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, and simply some breathtaking landscape. I cannot do more than 4 hours of driving so it has to be somewhere in the west.

Your input on this matter is highly appreciated


Cuba by Charles Fonkinham - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 03:41:11 EST ID:Z2d7eoYR No.35283 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I'm planning a vacation to Cuba for my birthday in mid November - it's going to be me and my wife. We both speak spanish, she way more fluently than I. Our main interests are beaches, old towns, art museums and historical landmarks related to the golden age of sail.
We haven't completely worked out the budget yet, but minus the plane tickets, I think I'll be able to save up something along the lines of €10009 for both of us for about 9 days there.
We're not particularly rich, but I've been told by people you don't need that much money once you actually reach Cuba.
I'm currently looking for cheap 2-way tickets, and I was wondering which city would be the best to touch down and start our vacation? To some extent, we're dirty hippies, so we don't need super fancy accomodation/all-inclusive crap, a simple room with a double bed and an AC will be more than enough, we don't even need TV or internet, so I'm thinking we'll crash at youth hostels. We don't intend to stay in one place for the whole thing, so I'm thinking of renting a car as well. I was thinking we could start with Havana and make our way south along the souther beachline, then leave from Guantanamo airport at the end of our vacation.
You think a €1000 will be enough for this plan? Any suggestions for particular towns we should visit?
Additionally, what's the deal with weed there?
Also, being EU whites, should we watch out for muggers/pickpockets/generally people who want to steal our shit?


>Thanks in advance, 420bros. This has been my dream vacation since I wasn 17, so any input is appreciated. SLAYER
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Charles Fonkinham - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 03:42:03 EST ID:Z2d7eoYR No.35284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a €1000, not 10009*
>nb


Michelin Star by Volcanic Beach - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 09:55:35 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33881 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How far will you travel for good food?
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Isabella Pobberpat - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 08:15:16 EST ID:P5voJLxk No.35217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Vegan can be tatsy? You just have to travel for it...
http://www.notquitenigella.com/2016/05/23/best-vegan-food-sydney/
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 20:26:51 EST ID:xY6gtnhL No.35252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Last month, my friend and I drove 35 miles to the nearest Sonic since I hadn't been to one in a few years and it just opened recently. For me, I'd travel to eat somewhere as long as it's around 50 miles or under and within an hour or less drive. I might do the same just for Cook Out.
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Matilda Wecklefoot - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 22:43:25 EST ID:pUDvby1l No.35266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Japanese Ramen Safari
https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2017-tokyo-best-ramen/
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Henry Bunway - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 02:36:28 EST ID:bPehcA40 No.35269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Vegetarian in SINGAPORE?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOUMr8BnKwA
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Basil Mublinglock - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 15:49:59 EST ID:vXyF9w0b No.35281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35217
been hankering to try one of these


UK vagrant advice by Esther Mammledock - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 06:01:30 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35232 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any one got any advice for someone who wants to hit the road in the UK, I plan to busk to make money with an acoustic guitar but might consider a lighter stringed instrument if going on foot.

I was against getting a van for a while due to global warming, thinking I could find a greener motorhome, but at this point I really want to leave so any advice on motorhomes and how to get one or even turn something into one would be great.

If there are alternative ways of living off the road do tell, I have food for free by Richard Maybe, not planning to get by on wild food but it might help and also is quite interesting.
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James randi - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:17:14 EST ID:JLAGk9Oy No.35234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm still wandering mainlan Europe if you wanna join.
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Esther Mammledock - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 14:01:27 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35234
Oh hey you I've seen your thread, It would be a good idea to travel with someone experienced, it would mean leaving the country though and I have no experience with that, the only language I know is English.

I might take you up on that though when I feel confident, I want to try doing it closer to home first, so I can get a feel for it, dont know if thats a good idea but I'm pretty sure my parents wouldn't sleep if I hopped country with no knowledge of living homeless, if I cant get a motorhome that is.

I do like the idea of jumping into a different culture though, sounds really fun.

One question by the way, how do you clean your food after dumpster diving, I've seen some of the stuff you got, glad there's plenty of veg in there.
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James Randi - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 03:17:46 EST ID:JLAGk9Oy No.35238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35235
I ussualy try to take packaged stuff and if its not packaged I only take it if it can be cleaned with just cold water. If its too dirty for cold water then i dont take it.
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Esther Mammledock - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 13:33:12 EST ID:7j0KOkY4 No.35242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35238
Thanks man, good luck on your travels, maybe we will cross paths one day.
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Matilda Wecklefoot - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 23:02:10 EST ID:pUDvby1l No.35268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Google map?


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.


Driving through Northern Holland .. by John Wammlefuck - Tue, 23 May 2017 05:18:59 EST ID:o+D3XpB6 No.35172 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello people, my girlfriend and I study and live in Düsseldorf, and we have decided to rent a car and drive through Northern Holland for four days. We will visit national parks, beaches up in the Nord See on the borders of Germany, and just simply drive along with the vehicles navigation system and explore the beauty of Dutch landscape and remote cities.

My question is : does anyone have a specific tip on must see places ? Kindly help me with your experience in regards to northern Holland ..

No plans to visit big cities but Alkmaar.

Have a wonderful day :)
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Edward Pittwell - Sun, 28 May 2017 17:38:57 EST ID:FpMClnTb No.35181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35172
http://wikitravel.org/en/Volendam
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Nicholas Smallhood - Mon, 29 May 2017 16:55:38 EST ID:/ZyeTF4L No.35184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35181
Thanks mate but i've already been to Volendam, i was hoping to know about more exclusive, non tourist places more towards the northern coast, nonetheless we will drive everywhere ....
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Phineas Sondlemidging - Mon, 29 May 2017 18:24:53 EST ID:FpMClnTb No.35185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35184
I've never really explored the area or had an interest to and i'm half dutch so I just dont consider it a very interesting place... I went to Terschelling when I was like 12 and had fun digging up shellfish in the low tide but now i'd just go to Hamburg if I were you.
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Eugene Pecklewirk - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 16:40:47 EST ID:PzCyjbvQ No.35200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i recommend having a physical map and not relying 100% on digital navigation
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Rebecca Pongerstock - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 08:29:52 EST ID:FkTDJU1F No.35248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Stay cool


European Motorbike Trip by Terminal - Sun, 07 May 2017 13:03:39 EST ID:apYPUfsx No.35113 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've packed in my job and I'm taking my 2009 bandit 650S from Scotland down to Newcastle and getting the ferry to Amsterdam. I've got a couple of months free, and a couple of must visit destinations, Copenhagen and lake como in Italy. Copenhagen to see an old friend, and lake como so I can see where part of my family came from,

It's gonna be a sort of introspective journey as well, try and find myself a bit more perhaps, hopefully find some hot European babes too XD

Anyway I'll cut to the chase I've got two questions for you guys; Have you lot got any recommendations on where I should go and what I should see?

And I want to be able to record to my phone from a bike or helmet camera, what setup should I get? I'll need a phone that doesn't drain battery too fast, a battery for the bike and I have no idea what sort of camera I should go for..

Cheers for the help guys, I'm thinking about driving south after Copenhagen on the autobahn, possibly go round the Nuremberg ring, there's no set itinerary right now so it'll be great to hear your suggestions on what to see
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Doris Gondleville - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:10:40 EST ID:oEhyBK78 No.35244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That sounds like a sweet trip.
I doubt you're still checking here. But if you want to hang with a random internet stranger who may or may not try to rob and / or kill you living near the _Nürburgring_ then shoot me a message.
idgaf(at)trashmail.com


How do I roads? by Priscilla Sacklespear - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 21:19:52 EST ID:EUv5Djrj No.35222 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I was "taught" how to drive (was told the absolute minimum and then they said "ok go for it") and.

Anyway nobody ever showed me how to navigate roads?

I'm pretty sure the numbers on buildings have a system to them but I can't quite figure it out? Like before GPS how in the actual fuck did the pizza guy know where your house was? How did he know from just the name of your road and street number?

That road could be anywhere in the city, but I guess the street number narrows it down or something?

I'm fucking serious right now. How does this shit work?

I'm terrified of driving, mostly because I'm terrified of getting lost. I want to become an EXPERT on navigation.
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Eugene Crashsine - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 04:58:43 EST ID:zu0iIfNF No.35223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35222

Just get a GPS, dude.

back in the day they used paper maps, and the address numbers on the street are in a sequence. Depending on which way you're driving they'll go up or down. So they'd find the street, then drive along until the numbers start to get close before really paying attention.

Plus most people, once they have driven someplace, can reach that area again by memory alone. After driving around the same town for years you'd know how to get to every street, then ya just watch the numbers go up or down till it hits the one ya want...

All I have to do is drive someplace, then I will always know how to get back to it (within reason). But my first time I either need a navigator ("go left, take this turn, get into that lane, etc."), a map, or GPS.
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Simon Sammleware - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 09:21:58 EST ID:ZmDSCijQ No.35224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The town I'm in is set up in quadrants, there is NW, NE, SW, SE, with avenues going East-West and streets going North-South with street/avenue numbers increasing the further you get out from the centre. So if you want to get to 55 Ave NW you go north from Centre Ave. 55 blocks.

Sometimes, but not always, house numbers are prefixed with the nearest street number, so you'll cross 6th street and the house numbers will go 601...603...605...

Of course, some places are just fucked and you have to have an idea of where you're going beforehand.

I'll often end up on the street I'm going to, slow down and try to spot house numbers. After you spot two you'll know if they're counting up or down.

>I'm terrified of driving, mostly because I'm terrified of getting lost.

Getting lost can be fun, you get to see areas you wouldn't otherwise have.

As for being afraid of driving, it pretty much boils down to how much you've done it.
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Archie Wuckleham - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 18:25:28 EST ID:PzCyjbvQ No.35230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In the US, street numbers which are odd are located on the South or East side of a street. Even numbers are located on the North or West side of a street. The block numbers on a major street sign tell you which addresses are located within their block. So if you are looking for 2424 N. 7th street, first of all you already know it will be on the West side of the street because it is an even number (the left if you are going North). As you go up the street, you can look at street signs for numbers which indicate where you are in the block. You may pass 2200, then 2300, then 2400, woah slow down buddy you are almost there.

You can also familiarize yourself with your local region's style of street typing. Some cities will have a sequence where they go: Street -> Road -> Place -> Street

or something similar to that. This can help you if you know that places are always next after streets, or whatever.

Other tips:
>Blue reflectors indicate there is a fire hydrant nearby.
>If an emergency vehicle is coming in your direction on the opposite side of the road, you do not have to slow down or stop at all if there is a median. Just keep on goin'.
>It is legal in most of the US to make a U-turn at a red arrow. Check local law.
>White lines mean traffic goes the same way on both sides, yellow means opposite directions.
>The most common cause of engine failure is overheating. Keep your goddamn radiator working.


Travelling with molly by Fuck Duckville - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 18:58:36 EST ID:pnrAXTMP No.34960 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Girlfriend and I are planning on flying to Key West in December this year and she wants to bring in four points of molly and a nug of weed. Best way to smuggle in?
I'm not the FBI I swear guys.
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Caroline Duckbury - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 01:39:33 EST ID:pnrAXTMP No.34965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34964
Look I appreciate you trying to be a good guy, white knighting if you will.
Your friend was very lucky, and you seem to think that I must be as stupid as he. I was asking for advice, because this is 420. Much like you, I have a mother. Remember, no one knows everything my friend.
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Priscilla Crinnerdire - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 04:02:03 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34965
As you can see, no one will really give you advice on this, as its an extremely stupid and unnecessary idea with an unnecessarily high risk. Every time a thread like this pops up, people tell OP the same thing as I told you.
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Priscilla Crinnerdire - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 04:03:05 EST ID:ueApcpbO No.34967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34966
I also think you misunderstood me, my friend got away with it as he said, that's what i was saying
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Hamilton Claylock - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 18:21:15 EST ID:oWfWw/gm No.35207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34963

I like how you say no racism but assume if the person aint white you're gonna be less safe. Its just about knowing how to read people and who to trust. OP bringing shit on a national flght is just as risky as asking random people when it comes to Molly. Its a felony to have in every state and there are thousands of narcotics agents in the u.s. and even more informants who exist in major party cities and festivals. You can never tell by someone's looks who's a cop or scammer its all about body language and reading between bs.
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Matilda Chopperpuck - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 13:24:51 EST ID:i7I+xHuU No.35215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was flying to fucking Colombia with klonopin, kratom + extract, plus random weed particles scattered on my laptop and shit.

dumb fuck TSA pulled me aside and started tearing my shit up, just pulling all my bags of kratom out giving the hugest what the fuuuck is this look like he just caught some big time smuggler. As I'm silently shitting my pants, he starts to test everything with his stupid swab test for drugs. Dude swiped EVERYTHING, including my laptop that acts as a rolling tray everyday. Swiped my half-eaten protein bar where I had crushed klonopin hidden inside it, swiped all the kratom etc.

Nada bitch. It really made me second guess the efficiency of TSA, they're a bunch of morons. I mean nigga, this was an international flight to COLOMBIA of all places. You'd think after pulling out bag after bag of sketchy green powder in an unlabeled ziploc that would've been enough to get a little more thorough check but nah. He got the results back, stuffed it all back inside, and I proceded to eat my laced protein bar and conked out for the entire flight with zero recollection of even falling asleep.

tl;dr if you don't look like a sketchy fuck and aren't acting sketchy, you can get away with quite a lot. Look up all the studies they do on it, they're fucking useless at actually finding shit. They are only there to preventatively scare off the retards.

And don't bring weed to key west wtf man. Do you know how easy it will be to cop down there? Molly, ok, but come on.


How would you feel about a car company by Simon Billingman - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 04:08:23 EST ID:89I+ti8q No.34628 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That released cheap, but expertly made vehicles? using technology that is an absolutely refined version of mid 80's to late 90's vehicle technology. These vehicles will be simple, something you could work on. Almost no computer systems on board. No traction control, and on the "higher end" models only rudimentary, but perfected, ABS and power steering. Little four-pot motors of that era could get great gas mileage. But imagine the simplicity of that era refined with modern manufacturing. Pickup trucks designed for work, robust, Yet cheap enough to be banged around and actually used for work. Coupes designed to be light, with direct cable throttle and brakes. Obviously they wouldn't perform like modern cars, but would rather be a super refined version of cars from the mid 80's to the late 90's. If something went wrong they'd be simple enough for you to tear down to their base components to repair and modify yourselves.

I think it is a little bit silly. But that is my dream. I don't know how such a car company would perform. I believe that it wouldn't do very well. But would you buy something that say, has the utmost performance of a late 80's Toyota Corolla that is brand new and refined for super cheap?

I just think that a car company could make huge strides forwards if they absolutely mastered their older technology and sold it for far cheaper than the new, modern cars. Plus they'd be hella fun to drive, and work on, and modify.

IDK, maybe that's just me. But I feel that refining, and mastering older tech, and selling it for cheap, is something a new car company could thrive off of. Plus it'd be good fun. Admit it. Having a car without power steering, ABS, taction control, etc. While having direct cable interface with the controls for instant response. mmmph. Damn that sounds like a wet dream.

And at the very least for work vehicles, something more robust and easier to work on than a Hilux just has some appeal.
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Hunter S. Nodson - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:43:29 EST ID:i7I+xHuU No.35198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35197
you have no idea what you are talking about, drum brakes work by putting out outward pressure from the hub onto a drum from something called a shoe. The whole thing relies on slowing down the car by extending the shoe into the drum and is incredibly inefficient since you have a limited amount of stopping force from 1) the amount of pressure needed to move the shoe and 2) the lack of airflow (the heat gets trapped in the drum) before the heat of the whole thing decides it doesn't want to continue to produce friction. With disc brakes there is actual air flow to help mitigate this, also by using a disc to clamp onto a rotor you have more surface area covered that requires even less pressure since on a sliding caliper you only have one pad doing the clamping. Disc brakes also can perform in wet weather far superiorly than drums as water will literally pool into the drum and act as a lubricant, and make your drums useless.

tl;dr you wrong grandpa
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Hunter S. Nodson - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:48:08 EST ID:i7I+xHuU No.35199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35198
>>Also a car built without power steering in mind handles better than say, a car with a full power steering system that has failed.

???

Yeah? Because the ratios from the steering rack are completely different for that purpose. You know that non-power steering vehicles can also have steering components fail? And are also equipped with shitty gears such as worm gears? Your comparison is weird man.

But changing drum brakes is not the only downside lol. They are horrible and inferior to even the cheapest disk brakes in almost every aspect besides cost to manufacturer. nb
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Clara Dimblelock - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 06:50:13 EST ID:f0jE6cNG No.35213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34787
let's go even further than that and start crank-starting our engines again. no more failure-prone ignition systems!
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Hannah Clovingstore - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:42:14 EST ID:9srRaFXI No.35214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35213
You fucking faggots and your alien machines. Henry Ford is the devil. A horse and buggy are all this pilgrim needs. We've had them since our lorde and saviour was killed by them butt-fuckin Romans. Ain't no alien engin machine gonna git me, no sireeeee.

>REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEe
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Fanny Govingweck - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 00:36:34 EST ID:JDVGFzt2 No.35216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
power steering is optional in light cars but no one builds light cars anymore. If car manufacturers could build something in the sub 2000lb range they could make them quick and cheap. but they would be deathtraps and the massive cars out there would pancake them.

fwd with an lsd and 150 na hp revving high would be amazing.


What Car Should I Buy;General by Nathaniel Hettingford - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 19:52:33 EST ID:SgHbaBP8 No.34978 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to be buying a car in a few months. Here's the kicker I got a DUI a while back and I have to put an interlock on the car, fucking hate California. What should I buy?

Also car buying general.
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Nell Droblingwetch - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 12:43:10 EST ID:LWu301jJ No.35205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34983

This is true as fuck. I see one everywhere I look. If you like blending in with more acceleration the 2007-2008 impala ss is essentially disappearing into a crowd.. Esp grey white and black. They may not be no 96 impala but for the price of around 9k for 100- miles and 5k for above it ain't bad. Not everyone rides as but the sedans look no different than the other mid to later 2000s impala models. Everywhere I look I see grey Buicks and impala.
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Nell Droblingwetch - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 12:44:35 EST ID:LWu301jJ No.35206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35205

*not everyone drives an ss
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Henry Nambletetch - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 20:18:19 EST ID:9OsQrWxu No.35209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Angus Blittingded - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 20:22:37 EST ID:em2mWOpc No.35210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Honestly for a simple, well-made, easy to diy repair vehicle that isn't going to stick out in a crowd then I suggest getting a Honda Civic or accord. Honda's are known for their reliability. They're cheap to buy and maintain, and if you ever did want to do something to it later on Honda Civic has more aftermarket parts available then literally any other car in the world.

I just bought an 09 Civic LX sedan with 80,000 miles for $5,200 (granted it would normally be closer to $8,000 for the car I bought, I got it at cost from the owner who has a small dealership) and I love everything about it so far. This is an upgrade from my 07 cobalt LS in which the engine went bad. The Civic is so much nicer, and I've only heard good things about hondas.

As far as the color go gray, black or white if you're trying not to stick out.
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Emma Fandock - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:11:02 EST ID:Jt5hTDns No.35211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35205

I was just curious so I looked up the top cars registered in residents names in my city and impala was on the list and buic Lacrosses. Makes sense..see em every time I turn my head.


vroom by Albert Hiffingham - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 16:28:08 EST ID:I6du2pqr No.35194 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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anyone moving to NYC soon?
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Fuck Gashdodge - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 02:47:10 EST ID:/CA/B+DU No.35195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35194
why
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Eugene Pecklewirk - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 16:46:19 EST ID:PzCyjbvQ No.35201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
perhaps in my nightmares
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Angus Blittingded - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 20:04:11 EST ID:em2mWOpc No.35208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I'm lucky I'll never have to do so much as even see the place in person.


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