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
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954