I miss all the good action! Dang. I can relate I rolled my littl ranger back in Feb and my lower back is still paying the price! I ended up buying it back pushing out the roof and putting it back on the road.
I was doing some garage saleing a few weeks ago and there was a 2wd ranger with a 4cyl,stick and if I remember correctly just over 100k for $1250. It was in great condition. I think I could dig the number up if you like?
Did you have insurance on the vehicle? Hopefully the insurance company will give you a little something for it.
Its not hard to get an older car totalled out. We had a car totaled out after just a minor fender bender that happened to damage the exhaust. It was a 1995 Toyota Corolla with 200,000 miles. We got insurance to pay out $2500 for that car which was twice the amount of their original offer.
Sorry to hear your luck Logan and you too Sand Burr for that matter, I crashed my "danger-Ranger" about 10 years ago. It was a "hammer to fit, paint to match" truck for the last years of her life, but man would people get out of the way when I pulled up behind slow-pokes. I'll keep a look out if I see one for sale. Are you looking for 2wd or 4wd? 4 or 6 cyl?
Grum- I would love to find an affordable 4.0 litre but a 4 banger would be fine too.. 4 wheel drive would be nice but not that important to me.
Nofish- It's insured but I just bought it back after it was totaled for hail damage!! I had near 300,000 miles on that monte carlo and I only had it to the mechanic one time!!
SandBurr- If it's not a problem- PM me that number. That's the exact kind of deal I need.. Sorry about your truck man and your back.. I hope it eventually heals. Back problems are the worst. thank god no one was hurt because this crash was pretty much my fault. crappy situation but still my fault.
Pier- thanks dude.
My gramps borrowed me his car for a few days till I figure stuff out..
Pier, Icy road that sent me into a tail spin a good six or seven times around in a circle until it hit the edge of the road and then she tipped over. Dont worry I landed upside down so that when I go up all dizzy I started walking the wrong way! Live and learn
If you've got short, stubby fingers and wear reading glasses, any relaxation you would normally derive from fly fishing is completely eliminated when you try to tie on a fly. ~ Jack Ohman, Fear of Fly Fishing, 1988