Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Buzz Killington, Jun 9, 2009.
Talk to me if you have.
My buddy bought one from a guy locally. They are built fucking tough but some do have problems. Usually if you buy one cheap you should expect to put a little bit of work into them, especially if they have a lot of miles on them.
We replaced the gaskets on the exhaust manifold last weekend, heavy son of a bitch.
Goddamn my wife would KILL me. The worst surprise I ever gave her was driving home a $250 1974 BMW 3.0s. At least that was a car
i guess she like surprise sex?
Bought a few.
Most Ive dealt with just need batteries and an oil change.
You can stay with me for a few days until the storm passes over bro.
I has one but got it at the local .gov auction. I got the deuce which was a red ex-firefighter brush truck, and the jeep. Painted the deuce with a ton of green paint and painted some stars on it. Both run great, jeep's getting a freshening up this summer.
speaking of gov liquidations, anyone interested in a shitload of brass?
I want one, I'd love to see the neighbors reactions. I am already in suburbia with a 3500 Diesel Dodge, if I parked one of those in the driveway too. . . maybe someday when I am more settled and I live on more than .5 acres.
How much do these usually go for?
There was a semi local auction that I was going to bid on, but wrote down the wrong closing time and missed it. I would love to have one.
Why would you buy brass when you could buy
WRECKED AIRPLANE BY THE POUND
1500 or so
I assume you need a CDL to drive one of these on the road?
CDL required for 26,001 pounds and up I believe, an M35 tips the scales at 13,030
stay away from the CUCV, junk i had one
SNDP, did you have to do anything right off the bat or were you able to drive it away?
PS Jeep is
PPS Want to buy a Westernfield 47C?
Im painting my deuce this weekend.
I'm dropping a deuce in two hours.
Dropping one as I type.
MF101 types by dropping dueces.
is it gold or just gold plated
Oh lawdy....One day I'll start reloading...oneee day.