"Dark grey, tinted glass, rear wiper, defrost, excellent condition. I will try to post pics later, or e-mail me and I can get some sent to you. May be able to deliver within a reasonable distance. Located in eastern CT, Canterbury. $950. E-mail me direct at [email]email@example.com"
"Dark grey, tinted glass, rear wiper, defrost, excellent condition. I will try to post pics later, or e-mail me and I can get some sent to you. May be able to deliver within a reasonable distance. Located in eastern CT, Canterbury. $950. E-mail me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org"
He just lowered it to $850 now.
Hey! Thank you so much for the lead. That is a fantastic deal. I still am pretty set on the wild boar top, the lj just looks too boxy with a regular one. Alice needs some nice curves to match me!
You can grab it at advanced auto and its very durable. I use it for everything
Thank you very much for the tip! As someone who knows far too much about polymers and resins... I am a big fan of epoxies. They are incredibly tough, cheap and easy to make them do what you want. Generally.
I am both amazed and jealous at how fast your LJ is coming together. Looking good!
Thank you very much! Im in the awesome position of being about to go into grad school so I dont have to worry about student loans, and actually having a job in my field. its a good time to spend money on myself for the first time ever.
In jeep news, so I had to drive home 2 nights ago in very slick snow that hadnt been plowed at all yet. shes perfect in 4h, very controlled and gracefull. im impressed.
Happy new year everyone! I hope everyone had a safe drunken night. Speaking of which, it reminded me of this story I thought to share.
So, maybe 2 months ago I was at advanced auto with my buddies and I found a Smith & Wesson shift knob on clearance because it didn't have set screws. So for $10 plus a $1.20 trip at the hardware store I had a shift knob that felt more natural, showed my Springfield Mass pride and matched the jeep.
Which brings me to this story. I had the shifter laying around until I got my set screws for weeks until I finally decided it was time to put it in. Not even a week later I had probably a dozen too many at the bar with my buddies (had a DD, of course- why not get shmammered) and ended up tripping and scraping up my hands pretty decently. For a week I wouldn't have been able to use the stock knob while my hands healed. So, my first story about a cheap fix for the jeep that ended up saving my ***. Moral of the story: I am an AWESOME drunk, The littlest things you buy for no reason can come in handy, and even if you appear to have stigmata- it is NOT ok to bleed inside of your DD's subaru.