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Discussion in 'Travel' started by Nex~gen, Aug 12, 2009.
The sticker on the back window says "enlarged to show detail".
Old school '83 c10 383 stroker, gets a eco friendly 7 mpg....oh yeah, I'm doing my part.
If I recall correctly, that's still one of the best MPG cars ever available in the US. Keep it
It's more environmentally friendly to keep an old car running than to get a new one. Well, that line of thinking only applies if they made less new cars because of the decreased demand due to people using old cars, but it's a nice way to get a good night's sleep
I will keep it till it needs to be turned into beer cans.
2007 Chevy silverado Classic wish I had a pic of it. But I bought it brand new with all of 4 miles on it and I just rolled 100,880 miles. but it's done great for every work and weekend adventure I can ask it too. It helps to have to haul around the toys for when I get a wild hair and decide to do something like this
I really wish I could ride one of those on the road instead of driving my truck every where.
I luv what u do 4 me.....
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This is my car. A 2003 Seat Arosa with 61HP and 85.5 cubic inches. It's a pretty small car, consumes little fuel and is actually quite respectable in terms of driving performance (pretty light and large cylinder space relative to HPs).
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Hey, you left your lights on! Jk! Srsly, you cant beat an old Bronco
I'm a huge fan of wagons, but this one is painfully slow... yet fairly attractive (and extremely competent).
This is my Mini, there are MANY (3 Million +) like it, but this one is mine. And I love it.
I don't "drive" much. This motorcycle is basically my car.
My wife has a car, and I have a couple of old CJ3B Jeeps and a couple of M-series trucks (M37 and M715), but this bike (and some others) is (are) how I usually get around.
I don't keep much on/in the bikes for daily carry other than some tools, but I load them up with too much when I travel on them.
^ Kinda looks like the one Neil Peart rides when Rush is on tour.
We tried to work a deal - it turned south at "we take your rig and we keep our fuel bill?" (in case it isn't obvious the white sprinter is ours. Started as a work truck. Did some "converting" so we can travel comfy in it....awesome fuel economy - 21 MPG over 8606 miles last summer...)
Set up in Reno:
Set up in Zion:
Cabinet/table: (passenger seat swivels)
- use our mattress from home on a bed frame my brother and I fabricated.
- have four golf cart batteries - we can usually run about 5 days pretty comfortably.
- inverter/charger on board for topping off battery bank when at campgrounds
- all LED lighting for the "house" (notice in the night time awning shot - amber LEDs under awning - red LEDs in truck.) there are also 6500K LEDs for the inside also.
2009 - two weeks out
2010 - 5 weeks out
2011 - we told our friends and pet sitter 2-3 weeks max....ended up being six??
Yeh. We LOVE traveling.
Http://Autolox.smugmug.com if you want to check out some pics from our adventures.
This is an 04 dodge sprinter. I work daily out of an 02 sprinter - medium wheelbase.
Wife drives an orange 03 Honda element daily. We affectionately refer to that as our "orange peel".
Other vehicles? Why yes! When I'm not working I like to stay out of vehicles if possible:
Nice day in the 'Ville today.
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4Runner?!?! You ROCK
Yes. Yes I do. I rock the runner, baby!
What I'd really like is a Toyota Hilux
Yeah, reading that article, I was wondering when they might get to the Top Gear "test" ... Incredible!
Another great episode was when they drove it up the volcano