like a steam locomotive, rolling down the track....
Black with black leather seats, automatic (slapstick) w 6 cd changer, dvd and navigation. The mileage for this 2003 Nissan is just over 32,000 miles. Will deliver within a 700 mile radius of KC. New tires, new brakes, fresh oil. Comes with a skull/lightning bolt and a Jerry decal!!
I'd insert a photo if I could figure out how!! Email me at email@example.com for pix.
Best offer over $18g, based upon Blue Book and NADA value estimates.
If anyone's interested I've got a mint copy of this poster for sale. It's in a wooden frame and measures 30 inches x 22 inches. It was given to a friend of mine - Mel Bush (UK Concert Promoter)- bu Bill Graham, who promoted gig. If you want to see photo my Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
So I had to put him up here... I am speaking of Jeremy Maronpot of NC. He is one of the most amazing creature that i have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He is currently working n various peices for locals in the Raleigh, Nc area, but is always looking to do challenging projects and with his new studio in downtown Raligh he is happier than a pig in, well you guys get the picture. so here is a link to his site and from there you can get his contact info.
I have the following equipment that I'd consider trading for the "right" split window bus:
1 Sound Devices 744T Portable, Four-Track Audio Recorder - less than 1 yr old
1 matched pair of schoeps CCM4 cardiod microphones (purchased in 2000)
1 Schoeps M100C Miniature Stereo Mounting Bar for XY and ORTF recording
1 pair Schoeps A20 Elastic suspension mounts
1 AETA PSP3 Portable stereo pre-amp
1 Bogen Mic Stand
1 Pelican hardshell carrying case
tons of cables, adapters, etc...
and possibly a tascam mkII dat unit
I'm not too picky about the 'type' of bus except that it must be a split window ('67 or earlier). I'd take a camper if the interior is (mostly) there, a double cab "truck" (not a huge fan of the single cabs), 11,13, 15, 21, 23 windows bus, panel bus/van, ...
As for what the "right" bus is.... I'm not looking for something that has been restored. My "ideal" bus would be one that has minor rust issues, original paint, original seats/interior, original motor/trans (but they don't need to be running), never been "wrecked" (minor dents are ok), solid frame, etc.
This could be a great opportunity for someone to get a 6k-9k rig for "free" if they convince their parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles to give up that old bus that has been sitting in their garage/barn for the last 30+ years...
your idea of a piece of shit may be my dream bus.... send me the details/photos and we'll talk.
I'm not in any rush - in the meantime I'll see ya FOB!
Bubblegirl: don't you know that Grateful Dead music will get you through times of no money better than money will get you through times of no Grateful Dead music???!
(to paraphrase Freewheelin' Franklin)
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I'm not Beethoven
My husband makes beautiful handcrafted racks for guitar storage. we designed it to help clear the clutter from his 8 guitars all over the house. Take a look- he has other guitar related products! Go to
my pop used to do security at the hartford civic center. he just gave me some stickers he confiscated.
i was wondering if anyone would be interested in them. i have posted in search of stuff here and that forum mentioned this forum.
i listed what i have there and if you are interested please message me.
Grate job carlaplattwater!!
Thanks, but I was not the winner because the 2nd choice winner got more 2nd choice votes than I got first choice votes so she had more points in the end and was the winning t shirt..People voted for my design as their first choice more than any other design , so I was the winner of first choice votes...Thanks !
Glad your design was the winner!