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Discussion in 'BeamNG Roleplay Group' started by Car8john, Jun 29, 2016.
"Uh, yeah, that sounds good. I ought to repaint the Bluebuckaroo before they start salting the roads, and it won't paint itself."
I made a last minute decision this weekend to list my Bluebuck for sale before the winter. I loved driving and working on this car but didn't really have a strong attachment to it. I had also seen how much it may be worth recently and figured that the extra money would be nice for a new potential winter project. It was sad seeing it go but at least I knew it was in good hands with it's new owner, @Kueso .
Thanks man! I'll be sure to take good care of it. Despite not being a huge muscle car guy, i can respect such an awesome build.
Well worth the investment!
Thanks Cory, I will do you proud!
Good to hear that. Thank you for filling up my piggy bank to fund future projects.
lol, no big deal. Love it so far!
Im not a huge roleplayer, but now that i have kinda stepped into this realm, I'll have to conjure an official character.
I'll do that soon lol
Big update on my electric car
-Got back engine now it is AWD
-Front bumper with new lights
-Hatch chrome panel
Tested the speed it goes like crazy
Ok. After I got my paycheck and money from my own autoservice bussines I upgraded my electric car now it got performance motors 1000kw battery green interior race seat for driver steering wheel(Sport) New Wheels stability system roll cage sport suspension.
After 1 hour I thinked I need to visit Firwood so I packed my bag and started to drive to firwood.
As I arrive home at Firwood, I receive a phone call from the police chief about my unmarked ETK 800 is finally ready for more action.
I pick it up at the police station, drive home and park it beside my turbo I6 powered AWD JDM Pessima. It has every police equipment that necessary for more service for the country such as laptop to look at the data, radio communication to talk to other officers on duty, radar detector to detect speeding vehicle, rear stab-proof partition with a shotgun mount and the Remington M870 shotgun itself to shoot more suspects that tries to evade the law.
Hmmm I need to visit @jerrie
Arrives at @jerrie
Hey @jerrie! *Show pessima it is your pessima!
Can you add turbo? And new wheels?
sorry, but i dont currently have any superchargers, but i do have wheels.
*puts on wheels*
there you go
After letting go of my Bluebuck recently, I've been on the hunt for a new winter project. While I hadn't intentionally acquired this one, I think it's safe to say that I'll be quite busy once I start this project.
The story on this is that a customer contacted me and asked if I would be able to repair his snowmobile for the upcoming winter. When I had completed the job, the customer claimed that they didn't have enough money to pay me. Instead of a payment, he offered me this car: a 1973 ex-dirt track Bruckell Moonhawk with a 6 cylinder, 4-speed swap, stripped interior and exterior, and an extremely sketchy roll cage. I accepted the offer, seeing the potential in this project. I unburied it from from the person's backyard and dragged it home.
It didn't run when I got it, but I turned the engine over with a breaker bar and it felt alright so I redid the fuel system, using a small accessory tank as a temporary fuel tank, and also ran to the auto parts store to pick up a new distributor cap, rotor, spark plug wires, and spark plugs to see if I could get it to start. I chased the ignition wiring back from the coil and I was shocked to find that most of the wiring harness was untouched, what a relief that was. After swapping in a new battery, and spraying some starting fluid in the carburetor, the Moonhawk roared to life.
After the initial start up, I decided that I should probably check the coolant and oil levels before I take it for a spin. With them both being okay, the coolant being rather rust-colored and the oil well-blackened, I declared it "safe" to drive. I only went up the street a short distance before attempting a burnout against a curb and then turning around to head home in my highly illegal car.
My goal for this car is actually pretty simple: new wheels and tires, a built 378 CID V8 swap (possibly a 5-speed swap along with it), and most importantly, fix all of the sketchy parts such as the roll cage and suspension.
I think I will sell my house in Utah and live in east coast USA
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I think I will rent a truck to get my all cars back from Utah
(how do you get the money to buy expensive cars and tune them, and constantly move? im just wondering)
(My dad and mom helped and work paycheck and my bussines as automechanic and saving when I got my payckeck I just use saving system and you know that I renovated house in Utah and I have a house in East Coast city in the fishing area)
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*After 9hours of drive I got to Utah
Got trailer from my friend he sayd;
Leave at East Coast Garage so I sayd; OK
Got home and packed my things and got car up to the ramp. I asked my dad if he can help transport my cars.
Time to go back to East Coast USA
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(I traded my Kashira to new electric car)
(Oh, nice. I also live in the fishing area at East Coast. My house is the yellow one with a green Pessima)
I return to the station for my shift as usual and do the paperwork. As I done with that, I exit the building, open the tailgate of my service police ETK and take out the drone for more testing. I test the drone and manage to take the photo of the Fire and Police Station. I did took of a photo of my house with my Pessima parked besides it.
The engine blew in my truck earlier this day when I was driving on some of my private roads. Coolant and oil is pouring out from everywhere with no intent to stop. If anyone knows of a repair shop where I can get it replaced or fixed, call me at (000)-356-1208 as I'll be needing it for the upcoming winter.
*calls the number*
"hello, i have a repair shop right in firwood, drop by, and since some new engine parts just arrive, i can hopefully fix it"
* Picks up the phone and listens *
" What Liter variant are they (4.5L, 5.5L); and how much would this cost? "