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Discussion in 'BeamNG Roleplay Group' started by Car8john, Jun 29, 2016.

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  1. intreza1

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    Name: Trenton Bozkin.
    age: 25. cars: "gambler 500" Barstow with a failing engine block.
    house: my gambler 500 work: auto repair shop.
    more information: after Trenton was booted from his parents house he struggled to find a foothold in the populous. after he bought a Barstow he quickly spent all his money making it look good and perform well but he ended up running low on oil and burning out some major components he fixed it to be good enough but now has to hold the gas halfway to keep it from dying he also makes $100 an hour.
    location: alley in wcusa
     
  2. brien_w

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    (Hey bud I can see that you are new to this thread, so all is forgiven, but $100 an hour is a bit much for a job at an auto repair shop.)

    Life for me has been good. I’m contemplating moving out to the farmhouse, although it’d be expensive.
     
  3. intreza1

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    as i drive to the auto store my reckless driving comes back and bites me in the ass when i go flying into the air
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    i land the first jump but after the second i hit it at a weird angle and send the car into a nose dive. it lands hard and bends the front bumper support and bends my control arm
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    after i buy all the parts i need i head to a old abandoned parking garage. i go to the 3rd level and a neon blue and yellow car catches my eye.
    "damn is that a Yenko SCC?"
    as i get closer i come to the shocking conclusion
    "this must be abandoned, what other reason would it be here?"
    i get a little closer and is able to read the words "FREE" scribbled onto the hood in permanent marker
    in a matter of seconds i attempt to open the doors. the doors open and i get that old mildew scent from a car that has not been touched in ages
    "wow a complete Gavril Barstow Yenko SCC, even has the Yenko branded seat covers and the identification plaque. wow this is one Hella of a find that im surprised no one saw this earlier and took it"
    i turn the key and nothing happens
    "shoot, the battery must be dead from sitting for so long"
    i take the battery out of my Barstow and put it in the Yenko and the engine fires up.
    "oh that big block 423 sounds brand new"
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    after all this i decide that i need a place of residence. so i quit my job and decide to move to ecusa. i pack my things and rent a vehicle trailer. i load the Yenko onto the trailer and tow the trailer with my gambler.
    "ECUSA here i come"
     

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  4. Tuner from America

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    Name: Chuck Wilson
    Sex: M
    Age: 26
    Job: Tree Logger
    Living In: Farmhouse, Firwood, MI
    Cars: 1986 D35 Crew cab, long bed with a Diesel. (M) And a modded 1990 D10. (A)
    Hobbies: Going to the local creek and off-roading or fishing.
    Background Info: Was born and grew up in South West Florida, moved to Maine when I was 13 after my dad got a job offer as an IT specialist at the local BeamCom facility. Made some really good friends and got a part time job as soon I got out of middle school. With every bit of cash that I had, I bought a Gavril D20 at 14 years old for 660$. Truck needed some work, but It was useable, with my new truck I immediately started to modify it since I wanted to go off-roading with some of my other friends who also had cars. I did well in school and graduated high school with a B+ in almost all of my classes, I then went to a local community college and became a tree logger as soon I got out.
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  5. intreza1

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    after i got sorted and sorted thru all the trash the previous owner left i found the keys to an old grand marshal. i was tempted to throw them away because idk if the owner left a car here but out back i saw the maroon red luxe standing out and had to test if it worked. It did! i moved all 3 to a location that worked for me and got ready for the night
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    as i wake up i decide to explore my new property and go offroading in my barstow. after a long time exploring i start doing group b rally cross speeds down some of my dirt roads
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    as i am driving i get a notification. i stop and turn off the vehicle, and grab my phone. as i look at the notification i realize i must have that fleet truck.
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    after i received the notification i thought of all the possible things to make it. maybe a off-road truck, maybe a slammed sleeper, and maybe a military grade mud skipper
     

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  6. intreza1

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    when i woke up this morning i realized i should get out more. i got ready and got in my lifted fleet truck and drove to hirochi race way.
    "ah this is going to be fun. me alone at the off-road course"
    after i arrived i rented the track for 4 hours and had the time of my life
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    by time of my life i mean banging my truck on every rock possible
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  7. Denis15

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    So I started to restore GM
    *2 day earlier*
    I sold my hopper and bought GM it was hit from the right side, front bumper damaged. I removed all damaged parts and thank god body was okay no dents*
    *Before removing damaged parts*
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    *After removing damaged parts*
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    *1 day earlier*
    I Bought used wheels, used front bumper, hood and also new doors with panels. Got all parts home. And started work on the car.
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    More information: it has 230k miles, it has been driven by blonde girl. It had 3 owners not including me.
     
  8. Marxon

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    Today I found a car that was stolen from me over a year ago.
    I was driving through the area I used to live in before moving to East Coast, and in a parking space near the apartment block, was my stolen moonhawk.

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    I pulled over, and called the police.
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    When they arrived, they did all sorts of legal stuff, found the thief, who just so happened to be chilling on his balcony, and ran the registration.
    The vehicle was registered to my name.
    I loaded it up onto my trailer and began the drive home. Time to make this moonhawk look better. (as past me was bad at cars)

     
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  9. Denis15

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    So today is the day when I open my business.
    What I will do: change oil, brake fluids, change spare tire, wheels/wheel, change filters, interior cleaning, battery check, fluid check. My business name is Denis's fixing centre.
    So for this day I got 2 customers
    First one
    He said that he needs oil change, oil filter change and air filter change
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    Second one
    He said that I need to check the battery and go interior cleaning
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  10. Cory5503

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    (If anyone is still active here, there's a new RP Discord server: https://discord.gg/2Y8yHN7 . It's actually pretty good, with way fewer problems than the old one.)
     
  11. brien_w

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    (Yeah. The forums are still the superior platform, but with activity lowering rapidly and people being unable to join, I think it’s worth the switch.)
     
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  12. Marxon

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    (Will there be any more activity on here? If not, I’ve joined the Discord server)
     
  13. Tuner from America

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    (There may be some more possible activity on here, that is if the groups are re-opened and members are able to join. Until then, no).
     
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  14. 98crownvic

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    (That might be worth looking into. I don't think the devs would be very open to reopening groups because of the variety of issues that they've caused, but maybe. I guess I can live with Discord, but I much prefer this.)

    It's been a while, and there have been some big changes in my life. The only vehicle in my fleet that has stayed the same is the Bluebuck, which is now in amazingly good condition considering that I am the owner. In addition to the Bluebuck, I have another weekend car, my Covet ZXi. I could have bought something a little fancier, but I don't want to break the bank, and the Covet is an absolute blast to drive. I love it. Then, I also have my Pessima LX with the V6. It is a bit boring, but it's reliable, cheap, and nice enough, so that's why it's my daily.
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    I am also no longer employed at BeamCom. They ended up shutting down the horrendously mismanaged Firwood branch that I was the head accountant at (surprise, surprise). BeamCom wanted to keep me on board, but that would mean moving back to Belasco to work at their corporate office. I like Belasco, but I'm sick of moving, and Firwood is home now. Although I now make a little less money to fuel my car-purchasing addiction, I work at the Firwood Savings Bank, which I like a lot more. Maybe it's for the best that I have less car buying money.
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  15. Cooldriver10

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    *Currently in Utah highways
    After the gas station blow up, I need to go somewhere... even if its trying to get away... idk what I'm going to, but I'm sure something is going to happen.
     
  16. intreza1

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    After a few weeks had gone by my life started to fall apart. My barstow was stollen, my luxe was vandalized, and my Yenko SSC I gave to my father as a father's day present. I scraped my fleet truck and began to wonder what was left in the world to do, I could go on a massive search for abandoned cars or I could buy a daily off someone local. I decided to buy something local and I found a old rusty abused marimar base that hasn't seen the road in more than 20 years, and it's the worthless base model. It was only listed for 200 OBO and I decided to take a gamble with it, I called up the owner and he said that the car had been imported 1 year after it was produced but he doesn't know how many owners it had after the one he got it from. I was able to talk the guy down to 125 and I bought it. He gave me just the title and said that's all he could find but he would call me back if he found the keys as I didn't want to smash a window or drill the lock out, out of fear that I would never be able to find replacement parts for it due to rarely any were imported into the states.
     
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