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Finnish_RoR_Fan

I like very much Ford brand
Joined
Apr 21, 2019
Messages
65
Location
Finland
Vehicle name: Ford US Army
Year (if unknown, leave blank): 1949
Distance traveled: 100 000 km
Damages (if none, leave blank): Suspension broke, tires air is out, full body covered in sand
Extras (if any): Used in ww2
Vehicle history (e.g accidents and insurance claims, if none leave blank):Used in ww2 and got abandoned in Arizona 1980 because it used too much gas
Service records (e.g if stolen, vandalized, etc. in past, if not, leave blank): Gearbox shifting stick disconnect
Previous owner((s), if any): US army, two guys
Pick-up/delivery only or OK for both: Pick up only
Location: Arizona
Asking price: 20 000 euros
 

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Weluagi

oOF
Joined
Jul 6, 2018
Messages
14
Location
the Sun
Vehicle names: Ford Taunus ghia sedan, Mercedes Sprinter Gen 1, Coronado Semi, Mercedes Vito

Year (if unknown, leave blank): 1964, 1995, 2010, 1996 respectively

Distance traveled: 450,372 miles, 27,920 miles, 47,664 miles, 458 miles respectively

Damages (if none, leave blank):
1. Taunus is partially destroyed due to collision with coronado semi before ownership,
2. sprinter was being used as tool van, blew off highway during storm,
3. coronado has small dent near hitch, unknown cause,
4. Vito partially cut up, front doors and mirrors missing.

Extras (if any):
3. coronado was used in drug smuggling ring for several years, and was modified to have a large wedge on the front for ramming.

Vehicle history (e.g accidents and insurance claims, if none leave blank):
1. Taunus hit by coronado during a drug run turned police chase at night.
2. Sprinter majorly damaged after cyclone-grade winds blew it off an overpass. driver hospitalized and recovered
3. Coronado collided with taunus during police chase, heavy damage to taunus, minimal damage to coronado
4. Vito involved in small curb jump, damaging front bumper

Service records (e.g if stolen, vandalized, etc. in past, if not, leave blank):
3. coronado modified sometime around 2013,
4. vito scrapping started in 2005, halted in mid 2005 after company went out of business.

Previous owner((s), if any):
1. Taunus owned by elderly man, sold by wife upon death.
2. sprinter owned by unknown company, then sold to verizon wireless as service van
3. Coronado owned by Ryder truck rentals before being sold off to black market, impounded around 2017

Pick-up/delivery only or OK for both: Pick up only, (bring flatbed for taunus, vito, or sprinter)
Location: Wild West
Asking prices:
Taunus: $1,750
Sprinter: $3,800
Coronado: $227,800
Vito: $2,150
 

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NISMOart

RoR Photographer
Joined
Nov 26, 2019
Messages
13
Location
somewhere in the universe
Vehicle name: Ford US Army
Year (if unknown, leave blank): 1949
Distance traveled: 100 000 km
Damages (if none, leave blank): Suspension broke, tires air is out, full body covered in sand
Extras (if any): Used in ww2
Vehicle history (e.g accidents and insurance claims, if none leave blank):Used in ww2 and got abandoned in Arizona 1980 because it used too much gas
Service records (e.g if stolen, vandalized, etc. in past, if not, leave blank): Gearbox shifting stick disconnect
Previous owner((s), if any): US army, two guys
Pick-up/delivery only or OK for both: Pick up only
Location: Arizona
Asking price: 20 000 euros
I'll take it for 20 150 euros. Nice deal for an army car.
 

NISMOart

RoR Photographer
Joined
Nov 26, 2019
Messages
13
Location
somewhere in the universe
Vehicle name: Audi 80 B2 quattro
Year (if unknown, leave blank): 1982
Distance traveled: 12,562 Miles (odometer broke at this point)
Damages (if none, leave blank): Major front end damage, lots of things needed to be replaced. The hood, the front right fender, the front grille, the front bumper, and the right headlight, though I'm sure there's more.
Extras (if any): Base model.
Vehicle history (e.g accidents and insurance claims, if none leave blank): Used by a private owner for about 10 years, then the car was involved in a crash with another vehicle. Was never repaired and stored away by the owner. The owner then sold it to Barg-N Junk Depot for an undisclosed price. Barg-N Junk Depot only took out the battery, drivebelt, and oddly enough, the dipstick. They decided to put it up for sale.
Service records (e.g if stolen, vandalized, etc. in past, if not, leave blank):
Previous owner((s), if any): Unknown Audi dealership, private owner, Barg-N Junk Depot
Pick-up/delivery only or OK for both: OK for both, able to deliver by rollback. Though pick-up will be much appreciated.
Location: Flatsville Bus Station
Asking price: $1,500
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NISMOart

RoR Photographer
Joined
Nov 26, 2019
Messages
13
Location
somewhere in the universe
Ah, got a call.
Gotta go to a little get-together with friends.
What other times are you free?
Eastern Standard time here, 12:30 PM. You can leave the car there, I'll pick it up, leave a check.
That fine :)?
 
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Finnish_RoR_Fan

I like very much Ford brand
Joined
Apr 21, 2019
Messages
65
Location
Finland
Ah, got a call.
Gotta go to a little get-together with friends.
What other times are you free?
Eastern Standard time here, 12:30 PM. You can leave the car there, I'll pick it up, leave a check.
That fine :)?
Standard time is here 19.40 PM
I will go with another Finnish player to riverbed so I can't leave it
 

NISMOart

RoR Photographer
Joined
Nov 26, 2019
Messages
13
Location
somewhere in the universe
Translation: 7:40 PM in 12 hour time?
It's OK. Can you at least store it in the Rig-A-Deal?

this is a roleplay right? pretend i'm going. our time zones don't match well and i'm quite busy with school.
 

aliff01

New member
Joined
Jan 14, 2018
Messages
10
Location
Malaysia
Vehicle name: Gavril Bandit 200
Year: 1969
Distance traveled: 505000 kilometers
Damages: several rust spots across body, pretty bad exhaust leak, steering alignment is off plus steering has considerable play, tacho fuel gauge and temperature gauge no longer works,
Extras: custom front bullbar, custom roof rack, bandit gt rocker panels, bandit gt spoiler, 18" black ccw classic3 wheels, EPIC lightbar (doesn't work because wiring is fucked), extra spotlights on bullbar (also doesn't work), fender-mounted wing mirrors, bandit gt radio (fully functional although the radio can only tune to one station and only one speaker works), super cold air conditioning system that can freeze your balls off, momo steering wheel, carbon fiber shifter knob
Vehicle history: Not much is known about the car's history except that it was brought to mitcity from the US at around 2007 with 300000km on the clock. It was abandoned for 10 years here. I got the car in 2017 and gradually repaired/restored it. Used as a daily.
Service records: Around one year ago brakes failed and I hit a lamppost head on, damaging most of the front end. Hood and grille was replaced however I wasn't able to find another front bumper and valance (hence the bullbar). Boot lid was severely rusted so that was replaced too. Car has been regularly serviced every 5000 miles at Stomark Repairs (full service records available).
Previous owners: Possibly more than two people has owned this car before me.
Pick-up/delivery only: Pick-up only
Location: Mitcity housing estate
Asking price: $3500 firm no lowballers i know what i have

This is a very good car and it has never let me down. I have taken it on multiple long distance trips averaging 800km per trip and it never broke down. Not to mention I also drive this thing daily and even do commutes in it. If you're looking for a rocketship then this isn't the car for you especially with the 3.7 inline 6 motor with only 144hp. However it is a very durable and reliable car, just goes to show just how good Gavril build quality used to be. They dont make em like they used to. Kind of sad to let it go, I love it to bits. Hopefully it can end up in much better hands than mine who can restore it to its original state.
 

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shiftR_meister

Rigs of Rods Photography Specialist
Joined
Mar 9, 2020
Messages
25
Location
a swivel chair
Vehicle name: Gavril Bandit 200
Year: 1969
Distance traveled: 505000 kilometers
Damages: several rust spots across body, pretty bad exhaust leak, steering alignment is off plus steering has considerable play, tacho fuel gauge and temperature gauge no longer works,
Extras: custom front bullbar, custom roof rack, bandit gt rocker panels, bandit gt spoiler, 18" black ccw classic3 wheels, EPIC lightbar (doesn't work because wiring is fucked), extra spotlights on bullbar (also doesn't work), fender-mounted wing mirrors, bandit gt radio (fully functional although the radio can only tune to one station and only one speaker works), super cold air conditioning system that can freeze your balls off, momo steering wheel, carbon fiber shifter knob
Vehicle history: Not much is known about the car's history except that it was brought to mitcity from the US at around 2007 with 300000km on the clock. It was abandoned for 10 years here. I got the car in 2017 and gradually repaired/restored it. Used as a daily.
Service records: Around one year ago brakes failed and I hit a lamppost head on, damaging most of the front end. Hood and grille was replaced however I wasn't able to find another front bumper and valance (hence the bullbar). Boot lid was severely rusted so that was replaced too. Car has been regularly serviced every 5000 miles at Stomark Repairs (full service records available).
Previous owners: Possibly more than two people has owned this car before me.
Pick-up/delivery only: Pick-up only
Location: Mitcity housing estate
Asking price: $3500 firm no lowballers i know what i have

This is a very good car and it has never let me down. I have taken it on multiple long distance trips averaging 800km per trip and it never broke down. Not to mention I also drive this thing daily and even do commutes in it. If you're looking for a rocketship then this isn't the car for you especially with the 3.7 inline 6 motor with only 144hp. However it is a very durable and reliable car, just goes to show just how good Gavril build quality used to be. They dont make em like they used to. Kind of sad to let it go, I love it to bits. Hopefully it can end up in much better hands than mine who can restore it to its original state.
Good stuff you got there! I'll buy it for the listed price!
 
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