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- Vehicle(s) I currently own
- 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT
Basically we sold our house with everything in it. And yeah, we plan for the van to be a short timer. But ask me again in a year. :)
Helmethead Bob of Subaru fame has connections up in that part of the UP. He could probably help you out. I moved and don't intend to go back unless there's zero risk of snow. :D
That's like saying you don't need a compass in the woods, just look at the moss on the trees. Navs are great tools (just like maps). My Garmin has saved me lots of money from needless driving around wondering how to get somewhere. And I drive a lot of roads in the boonies with no cell coverage. Want to find close gas or a place to eat? The POI will do that, not to mention the custom POI I downloaded to find pitstops. It you're really old-school like me, you know exactly why that's important. :D
There's the problem - cars need to be driven hard.Love the rig so far and plan on babying it just like our 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS..
If that goes against your grain, loan it to me for a week or two. B)
@houdini, you may as well stick a Silverado in a Ford maven's driveway as try to change anyone's mind around here..
Back to cars, we drove crosstown to look at a house and did about a 12 mile loop. I counted two convertibles, tops up and saw around 12 sunroofs, including a panoramic one on a MINI. Three were popped open and two of those were "venting" in parking lots. More normal numbers I guess but the count still seems low.