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  1. #41

    my ride

    01' chevy suburban, its got 4WD, i can fit 3 longboards inside and then some, roof racks, and rod racks. its the hattymobile

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    my main ride is my razor scooter with sweet orange wheels and grips, it also has a wheelie bar. but my back up ride when thats in the shop getting a tune up is a 99 nissan altima

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    i got a 99 bmw 323i. im going to sell it and get something cheaper. head light bulbs cost $250 ....

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    2001 Jeep Cherokee, 4wd, roof rack...black exterior, only 44k on it. it's pretty sweet. I can carry my boards on the top and fold the seats down inside so I can sleep at night haha.

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    Wow

    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    mazda 3 hatchback. has done me well thus far. fits up to about a 6'8 inside the car.
    I didn't know they made bodyboards that long. . .

  6. #46
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    2007 Hyundai Tucson - 21 mpg city - 25 mpg hwy - I can fit up to a 9'6" LB on the pass side with the seats folded down or put em on the roof rack. I had a 88 Suburban but the gas was killing me. I got nothing for it because I sold it when gas was close to 4$ gal. I want to get a diesel powered conversion van. A neighbor has one he says gets 20 mpg on the hwy if you stay under 65 mph. Its also loaded with handicap stuff for his son.

  7. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by Recycled Surfer View Post
    2007 Hyundai Tucson - 21 mpg city - 25 mpg hwy - I can fit up to a 9'6" LB on the pass side with the seats folded down or put em on the roof rack. I had a 88 Suburban but the gas was killing me. I got nothing for it because I sold it when gas was close to 4$ gal. I want to get a diesel powered conversion van. A neighbor has one he says gets 20 mpg on the hwy if you stay under 65 mph. Its also loaded with handicap stuff for his son.
    Yeah hyundai's are really good on gas and dependable as well, My wife has a 04 Santa Fe and it has been troulbe free since we has it

  8. #48
    1998 volvo s70. 275k miles. the ugliest red in the world. i like it.

  9. #49
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    94 saturn gold do you guys need the vin # too.....drove it all over....240000 plus on it...needs oil change....$5000 OBO pm me.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnytoobad View Post
    94 saturn gold do you guys need the vin # too.....drove it all over....240000 plus on it...needs oil change....$5000 OBO pm me.....

    It cost 5k when it was new in 94 LOL