Re: [ICG-D] cars & costuming
- Oh yeah. I resemble that remark!
My own vehicle choice has progressively grown in size. Last year I was lucky
enough to buy a Ford Aerostar van for only $800. It needed some work, but I
figure what I saved on the initial price I was more than happy to put into
going through it to make sure everything was running smoothly. With it I can
pack the middle and front full of costumes and gear, and still have room for
a bale of hay or two in back. (well covered of course, can't have alfalfa
going astray) ;-)
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- Dear Nora:
>Yeah, we pick cars by capacity, too.We pick our cars on what we can afford at the time. This one is
small, but it's new, so it isn't going to fall apart in a couple of years
like all the others.
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- Really, my '92 Jeep Cherokee 4WD with roof racks and a permanent tow
hitch, is perfect for pretty much all costuming needs, and the back seats
even come out!
Yours in costuming, Lisa A.
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