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How rare are lincoln LS v8?

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- Fri, 27 Oct 2017 19:11:21 EST UeWn2ASx No.35501
File: 1509145881379.jpg -(144636B / 141.25KB, 575x431) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How rare are lincoln LS v8?
Im not getting a damn car payment. I'd rather wait until I'm in a new place and get my tax return. Problem is I want this specific car. There's only 2 that are under 100kmiles in my area one being 88k the other 56.
Obviously can't garuntee those will be there by then.
I'm in the Northeast. Willing to travel.
The 100+ miles will probably end up shittin out on Me sooner requiring maintence.

So just how rare are they?
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Martha Tootway - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 23:42:01 EST VHLu4mJi No.35527 Reply
>>35501

Honda makes the best cars in the world,cheapest to tune and repair therefore most reliable and this means it may not be the quickest in stock but with time and patience any civic or accord can become sporty. Eat a bag of dicks with your fords Audi's and chevys.
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Emma Furryhall - Thu, 09 Nov 2017 02:36:55 EST zRj6NV7R No.35528 Reply
>>35522
>plus I'm working on my credit
I don't know what your exact situation is like, but my car loan did wonders for my credit it. I had about 4k cash plus a thousand on my trade in for a 10k car. The loan I got through a local credit union was for three years at 4.7% APR with very little credit, no penalty for paying the principal off early. This was buying through a used car dealership, mind you (evidently the only honest one in the area).

Anyway, good luck finding your white whale, OP. I'm just giving you some food for thought.
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Phoebe Genningneck - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 16:46:20 EST 0HFDyba/ No.35536 Reply
>>35528

Maybe I'll just forever have to be on foot. While that would help my credit even with working full time I never have any money left over after rent and bills as it is. I maybe have 100-200 tops which in this state would just barely cover insurance let alone a car payment.

China

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- Wed, 06 Sep 2017 18:33:36 EST qffTpFCC No.35419
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So I might be moving to China fairly soon, like potentially within the next few weeks or so.

I'll be waaay down south and just a few hours ferry ride away from Hong Kong Zhongshan. Looks pretty neat but I am fucking OUT OF MY ELEMENT and wondering if anyone here has any tips for living in the great peoples republic.

Pretty lazy thing to ask but does anyone know the drugs scene at all down there? I hear ket is pretty big in some parts, I can defo get into that.
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Molly Buzzway - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 10:40:31 EST nTIrRein No.35481 Reply
>>35453
if you get a break from work you could go to Yangshuo, it's a few hours by train. Its really touristy but also beautiful. There's a bar there called Monkey Jane's rooftop and its the definition of a dive bar. You can smoke weed all you want there and play beerpong with the bar owner. I forgot her name but she has alot of coffee-cup tattoos and some of Dutch football teams. I hung out there one night and at sunrise we all climbed a mountain to watch it.
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Charles Findermudge - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 12:03:45 EST Sw/x1Bwf No.35489 Reply
>>35481
Guilin is 100% on the agenda at some point. Legit I'll keep your suggestion in mind. This board is pretty slow and it's not as if your suggestion is going anywhere.

I'll be mostly sticking to Zhongshan until Chinese new year where I'm planning on going further north, but yeah everyone has told me about how amazing Guilin and the surrounding areas are so I'll defo get down there at some point.
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Cyril Clayridge - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 10:48:53 EST ptiUYtr+ No.35498 Reply
>>35451
OH SHIT WHADDUP IT'S ME WITH AN UPDATE.
I'll go through my post one point at a time.
>Really Really like it down here
Yup still enjoying myself, every day at some point I smile to myself and think "fucking china..." and it's just great.
>Fucking hot
Cooling down now but things are gonna get ridiculously hot next summer. It is insane how hot it can get, I don't know how anyone got anything done back in the day.

Everything I said about the classes still stands. Although it is kinda chaotic sometimes, lots of last minute changes. I'm also struggling with discipline. The Chinese teachers come and take control if things get out of hand but it's not a good feeling to just hand your authority off to them.

I've been out every weekend and am yet to buy a drink. Other than when I went to Hong Kong. The culture here is table beers and if you're white you can take them, that's the vibe I've got.
>I really feel like I've lucked out with this move and the placement I've got. In a super wealthy well off area with low crime rate and loads of great places to eat. I'm sure there's some brutal places to teach english but Zhongshan really isn't one of them.
Yeah this is exactly how I feel about it now. It's not a walk in the park but I've got Chinese friends who can help me out and the mandarin classes are helping.

Glorious Beater Master Race

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- Thu, 31 Aug 2017 01:38:56 EST +VMlNo97 No.35386
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Share stories of incredible piles of shit, past and present.
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DAYMAN !!6N4WUaSg - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 09:17:33 EST iO/rW5ly No.35487 Reply
>>35388
Then I saved it!

I didn't drive for years because I was afraid of cars I mean those seat belts are dangerous!

So I took then out and made to wheel out of death so I would have an incentive to not speed

Still gained weight though, the car not me
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Caroline Dobblesidging - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 14:39:47 EST h1xJSgFz No.35495 Reply
I've been driving beaters my whole life, up until recently, but I keep the beater cause she likes to get beat on.

First beater started well but went to shit with brake problems, power steering got fucked, exhaust system cracked in half, had some shitty accidents once involving black ice and a curb, another involving a concrete column. Rusted to shit, rear end was fucked, alignment was fucked, finally bought another beater and trashed this one for $200 bucks.

Next car started well but went to shit with brake problems, power steering got fucked, exhaust system cracked in half, etc. On this car, I replaced:

2 control arms, radiator, full front/rear brakes, rear brake lines, battery, alternator, belts, wheel bearings (not myself), exhaust flex line, spark plugs/wires, distributor cap, vapor vent valve, and probably other things too. It was a real learning experience. I have more tools than I ever thought I would own. But she still runs!

travelpics.

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- Mon, 09 Oct 2017 09:34:51 EST nTIrRein No.35476
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just pics of places you've been to.
Guess the location in spoilers

Tonle Sap lake, Cambodia
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aero plane

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- Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:19:32 EST EUv5Djrj No.35442
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Gonna fly for the first time, short flight should be less then 2 hours. Gonna go with spirit cus I'm a poor nigga.

What should I expect? Should I pre-lube my butthole for the TSA or do they provide lube?

>MFW they say flying is statistically the safest way to travel but I still wish I had a parachute
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 00:49:26 EST yJKvTk7F No.35446 Reply
>>35444
And this. Don't bring obviously sketchy items and don't act like a lunatic and things will go smoothly. TSA agents aren't always friendly (Who can blame 'em? They have to deal with government bullshit and the irritable public.) but they generally get you through security in a timely manner.
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Ian Pinkinkire - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 18:34:37 EST EUv5Djrj No.35447 Reply
Looks like I can bring a 18" x 14" x 8" carry on bag free where can I find something of that size? Any recommendations?
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Fucking Bungershaw - Fri, 22 Sep 2017 02:45:31 EST F6Y82VKl No.35448 Reply
>>35444
>Don't make jokes or do anything other than be a complete robot dead serious the whole way and you'll be fine.

What a magical world we have created.

Californian driving in the everyday

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- Fri, 15 Sep 2017 14:21:24 EST AliVfKWJ No.35435
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In this thread we ask the question,

"why in the fuck cant californians use their goddamn blinkers before making turns or lane changes?!"

My conclusion is that everybody in California is literally retarded and shouldnt be driving.

So since im tired of almost getting hit everytime i drive, lets start a new trend. Everytime i get cut off, or mr. Jackass decides not to use their blinker, im gonna throw a handful of pennies as hard as i fucking can at your car. :)
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George Sebblestock - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 01:02:11 EST sBI+3mYH No.35436 Reply
actually the further north up the west coast you go, the more aggressive the drivers. in terms of driving aggression/tailgating/cutting off/extreme lane changing, etc. i would say BC > WA > CA > OR

I'm Gonna Do It

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- Tue, 07 Feb 2017 12:33:04 EST MOamb9yK No.34790
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I've lived 1/4 of my life as an expat almost half way around the world without stepping foot back into the Western world (best period of my life actually) but I have gotten both bored and too comfortable. So, I am going to move to Nepal, I know very little about the place apart from Buddhism which I semi follow and the usual stuff, mountain etc.
I plan on moving to Pokhara and lets see how things go. I knew nothing about Asia when I first moved there and I survived, so why not survive again on round #2...
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Henry Blannerville - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 19:16:44 EST qq9fKA5q No.34791 Reply
>>34790
how are you funding this? please be clear and don't leave out some crucial part like that inheritance you got or whatever

question 2--why are you not sailing the world?
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Fuck Hendlematch - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 18:00:41 EST DT61jxM/ No.34794 Reply
what countries have you live in?
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Fuck Fablingfuck - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 12:36:06 EST bidgq+0I No.35421 Reply
>>34790
you are gonna have more than enough weed. Great country, altough i only lived 4 months there. Rent is cheap af. Dont go for *anything* tourist and you basically wont be spending money. Never was in pokhara but in kathmandu there are a lot of unorthodox ways to make money as a foreigner

2015 Legacy 2.5i Limited

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- Sun, 03 Sep 2017 12:19:37 EST f2bgb8Yx No.35405
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Hey I was considering purchasing a 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited but have been informed that Legacy's up to the 2014 model year have the Takata airbags that have caused deaths and injuries due to shrapnel shooting from the airbag inflator from the front passenger airbag into the driver. Some people told me the 2015 model Legacy gets it even though the Subaru Legacy says only up to year 2014.

I'm a cross because the Legacy has the safety gadgets I'm looking for but this Takata airbag recall and other recalls commonly associated with Subarus listed on their website make me question buying this Legacy.

I'm thinking of getting a Volvo or Hyundai which are two cars that don't have Takata airbags and have any safety recalls that harm the vehicle's occupants. I know it's like a 0.8% the Takata airbags hurt you but it's not worth it to me to drive knowing it would injure or kill me. Meh. Should I get the 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited or which other vehicle would be worth looking at?
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Sophie Shakewater - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 17:23:35 EST kLBxN1J0 No.35406 Reply
if it was sent in for recall wouldn't the airbags been replaced? If it bugs you that much then I'd say look at other cars. I know a couple people who've bought hyundais who are very happy with them.

That being said my mom bought a subaru outback a few years ago and she likes it.

About 6 months of backpacking ahead

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- Tue, 11 Apr 2017 10:09:04 EST FpMClnTb No.35034
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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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Augustus Fammerwick - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 06:31:39 EST Bx+BYz0V No.35313 Reply
Did you stop by Singapore?
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Simon Dittingfuck - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 01:38:30 EST xY6gtnhL No.35330 Reply
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Fuck some asian bitches and post that shit online.
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Dr. Mario !gWLn19/oKs - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 01:08:57 EST YIhzI9Cu No.35385 Reply
>>35034
I'm planning a multi month SE Asia travel trip.

Will post eventually.

;oo0oooOO0000oo

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- Thu, 24 Aug 2017 01:00:50 EST kLBxN1J0 No.35355
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should I sell my subaru wrx and buy a dodge charger r/t?
;oo
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Fuck Buddlestodge - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 16:20:36 EST Z/s84Jm/ No.35382 Reply
>>35381
After everything you just said, I want to hug you. Back when I sold cars on the side, I'd get some kid like yourself to come along once or twice a year. And holy shit could I make a killing off you types.

It is your money so spend it how you want but holy fuck guys, that shit is just dumb all around in so many different ways.

>I am most definitely getting rid of the Subaru as after the accident it bugs the shit out of me and I want something that rides quieter
What kind of accident? I don't know how old your Subaru is but if it has 16k it is likely near new so you've probably got a lot of debt on it and possibly negative equity. Which translates to HOLD THE FUCK ONTO YOUR FUCKING CAR HELLO? NEGATIVE EQUITY!?!?!!

>I want something that rides quieter
Then a used Charger is not for you.

>and either gets better fuel economy
Then a Charger is not for you.

>or offers me something (Like the sound of a v8 in the Charger)
LEL at engine noise "offering you something." But anyways, a stock Charger does not and will never sound like a V8. I've ridden even in the police specials or whatever and it does not sound like a classic V8. It just sounds like a woom noise. Not the BLARGAGAGRGAAGGAGARGGARGAGRA Harley type shit. I honestly can't even tell the difference between most new cars now be it 4,6,8,10 cylinders. Most people covet a quite ride. So companies make such.

>chevrolet cruze
HAHAHAHAHAA Oh wait you're serious...

>toyota IA.
TINY. TINY TINY TINY!

>Honda fit
TINY!

>hyundai accent
>Hyundai

>but I would prefer getting an American car.
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Oliver Sigglewadge - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 20:17:31 EST tVPP9NFR No.35383 Reply
>>35382
I like you, angry salty car guy who shows up sometimes. you have that jaded appeal like a burnt out salesman or something.

I'll take pretty much any boxer over a weak v8, sound wise. weak v8 is really disappointing sounding.

old shit cars are still best tho, mainly cause weight, and
>borrow money for car?! when you aren't retired on a yacht already?!

the charger weighs 1000lbs more than the wrx. you're gonna feel it bro
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Shit Clarrymurk - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 00:07:57 EST kLBxN1J0 No.35384 Reply
>>35382
The subaru was paid for in cash, new

It was a rear end accident where a hyundai hit me at 40mph while I was at a red light. Not good and should have been totaled. paid 27k after tax for it and bluebook for it is close to 24k. I have yet to get the diminished value from insurance. I want to get rid of it because it bugs the shit out of me and doesn't feel right anymore because the seats were fucked because of how hard we got hit and it never has felt 100 percent since getting fixed.

I've also driven a new charger R/T and I liked the way it rode. I'm not after cornering performance because I have a motorcycle that is plenty fun in that setting.

So I'm torn between selling the car, buying an econobox and pocketing the leftover cash or getting something that's "fun"

although now that I'm typing this and thinking about it, that subaru was a "fun" car and now I just want to get rid of it - albeit due to an accident.

call me whatever you want, but I'm looking at new for whatever I get. I wont ever pay over invoice for a car, that's how my dad used to buy cars and how I intend to do so

Chicago & Portland

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- Thu, 20 Jul 2017 23:40:37 EST J5dUHswS No.35305
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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?
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Edwin Grandbury - Mon, 28 Aug 2017 04:16:55 EST vppZ2vTX No.35365 Reply
thats hardly enough time to do shit without a car. just try some restaurants i guess

buyin korea w/ mastah kard

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- Tue, 08 Aug 2017 14:31:06 EST a8SHR3eB No.35340
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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 vKBL0Ykq No.35342 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Henry Pockman - Wed, 09 Aug 2017 06:38:12 EST a8SHR3eB No.35343 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

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- Sun, 18 Jun 2017 14:36:31 EST y5SfCHsj No.35225
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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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Lydia Benkinham - Tue, 01 Aug 2017 01:05:03 EST NxNS3g7i No.35328 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 FVvEeN+k No.35337 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 FVvEeN+k No.35338 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.

Bikes are a trip

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- Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:03:43 EST EOBpAeYW No.35306
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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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Fucking Hoffingtidging - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 22:49:19 EST rz2Y0F83 No.35332 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 ZHWVIHoH No.35333 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 U0bHnEZS No.35334 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.

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