Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by dank, Oct 2, 2003.
[with no money? i can afford the insurance but thats about it]
i need one bad
Ask mom and dad
test drive and drive the fucker to a remote place that cannot be traced back to you or your friends.
my dad would probably punch me in the face
lets just say i owe them a few dollars, but they wouldnt do it anyway.
let me revise that
better you don't get one if you are scared.
You'll have a better chance of dying some other way than on a sportbike, if you ride responsibly.
1. collect underpants
4. purchase sportbike
this prolly wouldnt be a bad starter bike, hurricane 600
can anyone loan me $1500?
nobody ever NEEDS a sportbike. You want one.
do what most people do. Save what money you make.
Screwdriver the ignition and break the wheel lock. Learn to ride first.
he is doing what most people do - complaining
i NEED one, my body aches for it...
my buddy let me ride his 4 years ago. i havent been able to stop thinking about it since.
i'll take it.
post pics and price.
the price better = $0
i want one too, but i have to wait till i move out.
selling the RC51?
1. scrape together enough money to buy a ford fiesta or something, call a tow truck company to tow it to your house, get insurance on the car, tell them not to start it. then change some things, let them start it and let it catch on fire.
I got a story for you
sell your car first
I bought a Ford Fiesta back in 1998. Drove it all over the country.
One winter it wouldn't start, and I had it towed to a friend's house. we were rebuilding the carb, and it was off the engine. The fuel line we left just hanging there.
I was at work, and my friend called and said I had to move the car back to my place. So I called a towing company to move it. I told them they had to winch it up because the engine was half apart, they said ok.
I got a call about an hour later, the fucking moron tow truck driver tried to start it to get it on the rollback, and the fucker caught the engine on fire.
So I get to the tow lot (it was kept there) and the entire front clip is covered in soot and the white extinguisher powder.
I fought for 3 months with the company to have their insurance pay for it. I got $1400 for the car, and had only paid $800 for the car a year before