The engine has four pots inline,
The mileage thousands, sixty-nine,
No rust spots for you to patch,
Please check out this lovely hatch.
32 year-old Nissan Stanza was purchased new here in California and has been driven just over 69,000 miles since. It features a great running original fuel-injected four cylinder engine mated to the factory automatic transmission with working overdrive, air conditioning, original wheel covers, reclining seats, original spare wheel and tire, original owner's manual PLUS the original window sticker!
So far, reserve not met, even though the ebay listing insists that the "low reserve" is less than the taxes on some vague "new car" so, thanks for the bullshit, that might be million dollar Ferrari tax, it's certainly already over the tax on a cheap Fiat at 2650, and I'm guessing it's not going to get bid any higher. No one wants to blow a couple though on rebuilding the engine, trans, brakes, and fuel system to drive it for the next 10 years. Those costs alone will be more than a cheap new car.
Creston had been founded as a camp for railroad workers during the westward expansion and its train station, built in 1899, shaped the skyline. A group of residents agitated to save the depot, early members of a preservationist movement that many attribute to outrage over the demolition of New York’s Penn Station in 1963.
Rather than a parking lot, the depot was converted into City Hall and a senior center. The smoking lounge became an art gallery. In the former baggage room, older residents gather for bingo games and pork loin lunches. And in the waiting room, pew-like benches were left in place.
Soon, that waiting room will come full circle and train riders will again begin their journeys at the depot. Amtrak recently signed a contract to lease the space for its passengers and has started renovations.
In 1970 the mayor wanted to demolish the depot and replace it with a parking lot. What a stupid idea
On Wednesday, February 27, Business Insider, one of the most visited news websites on the net, published an article entitled “None of the people who oversee the federal laws that govern truck drivers were ever truck drivers themselves.”
None of them have ever driven a semi truck — even though they are paid to create and modify the regulations that America’s 1.8 million professional truckers must follow.
Most of the key personnel have had backgrounds in state motor vehicle departments or law enforcement.
the FMCSA, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, whose laws span more than 550,000 truck and bus companies and six million CDL holders, has never had an experienced commercial truck driver running the agency.
Would it be ridiculous to have someone running the Maritime Administration that had never been to sea?
Would it be stupid to have someone who has never been to an airport be in charge of the FAA?
How moronic would it be to have someone who hasn't ever seen a railroad be in charge of the Dept of transportation?
So.... what good has come of there never having been a trucker in charge of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration? Would it make sense for a trucker to be one of the board? Certainly it would. So, why hasn't there ever been one? Politics, greed, and profits.
All the space inside the rv is a bathroom. Just the one bathroom, about 25 or 30 feet long, one toilet and one shower. But that's only the amusing part, the awesome part is on top. It's nearly exactly like a 30 foot yacht.
he likes a nice view from the throne during the morning constitutional
May created a pub inside his RV, and the side extension slides out and the wall open down, it's pretty cool!
and they have a RV trailer park game, put the word anal in front of the word on the side or back of other rvs
and the trailer park is next to a rail car graveyard