Sure, there's enough real estate there, but I come as a package deal.....house, car, van, tractors, project boat, motorcycle.....
If you want laundry done, yard work done, etc, what do you want a teen for? I have a 24 year old daughter (on her own now thankfully) and a 20 year old son (currently at home from college) and I am still trying to teach him what to do when the trash can in the kitchen is overflowing.:3:hondacuraworld said:...Incidentally, I could use a barely legal teen meself :noteef:
I have laundry that needs to be done, the cat box could use changing, oh, and they have to be able to handle a weed whacker! :4:
Wow....either business is good, the cost of living is incredibly low in upstate NY, Tim is related to the owner, or Tim has rich relatives.hondacuraworld said:Sure, there's enough real estate there, but I come as a package deal.....house, car, van, tractors, project boat, motorcycle.....
Come on girls. He can fix anything and he is good with his hands.hondacuraworld said:Okay okay okay......you forced me to do it
The car and van
Tractor (one of them )
I'm not rich by ANY stretch of the imagination. But, I've been blessed with two skilled hands that can, and have, rebuild about darn near anything......from pinball machines to a Ford Skyliner retractable hardtop switch and relay assembly that I engineered. Even the television that I use, I built
My van's old, my camper's old, but they look decent, are clean, and functional. That said, if I had a new truck and a fifth wheel, it wouldn't change the camping experience one bit.
Yes, it's a bit slow today
You still need a Honda product .hondacuraworld said:When I bought my Mustang, there wasn't a Honda to be found here under 20K. Even used at auction, they were going for more than retail.
Of course, if I could have waited, I could now be driving a Pilot or MDX as we've got a few
The one thing I wish I had was a Honda Big Red. My Yamaha YT125 I've done absolutely everything to, but I have to tell you that Yamaha makes the tin-canniest engines I've ever seen. A one piece connecting rod in the motor. That designer should have been shot
Honda always takes the extra step to do things right, I worked on a Fourtrax 250 and it impressed the heck out of me. Unfortunately, the brand name of the things that have crossed my path hasn't always been in my control......this thing I picked up for $100 as a cheap thing so I could ride with my son, but then as I started to do little things to it here and there I realized how hillbilly'd up it was, and of course, had to pull and redo the whole motor, then new tires, then brakes, then.......