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Old November 29th, 2013, 11:33 PM
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Rurr va/nc 12.2-12.8.

I don't know what RURR stands for but I know you VA guys move a bunch of stuff around. I'm flying into Richmond Sunday night and driving to Petersburg. Monday morning head north to nova and over to Winchester. Tuesday I'm heading to Staunton Charlottesville area and back over to Richmond. South to Virginia beach area hopefully late Tuesday night. Leave there Wednesday morning and heading to Lynchburg and Roanoke then down to Danville Wednesday night. Ill stay there until Sunday and then down to Greensboro and fly back to Dallas then...

If it fits in a carry on I'll be in Seattle Monday night and NYC Tuesday morning then back to Dallas Thursday and up to Boston on Sunday...


I can't be 100% sure but I should get a SUV of some sort while in VA. I can't drive too far out of the way because all I have to do on this trip but don't mind helping anyone out at all. Asking for nothing (except a lead on a 110 sw if you know of a deal).

What does RURR stand for before someone hands me a duffle bag with a padlock on it?
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Old November 30th, 2013, 12:56 AM
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Old November 30th, 2013, 05:22 AM
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Old November 30th, 2013, 07:58 AM
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Sounds like a tour of the commonwealth.....in a few days. There might be a 110 in the Williamsburg area. I am going to check it out later today and will advise.
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Old November 30th, 2013, 11:39 AM
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Sounds like a tour of the commonwealth.....in a few days. There might be a 110 in the Williamsburg area. I am going to check it out later today and will advise.
Yeah I'm looking at one in Alexandria when I pass through. Thanks for the heads up.
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I have a roof rack in Danville I need to get picked up from Will Tillery. I could meet you in Greensboro. It is a 110 Crew Cab roof rack. If you could help that would be great, or if anybody else can. Thanks
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Old November 30th, 2013, 03:31 PM
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I have a roof rack in Danville I need to get picked up from Will Tillery. I could meet you in Greensboro. It is a 110 Crew Cab roof rack. If you could help that would be great, or if anybody else can. Thanks
My shop in VA is actually Will's old old shop. So that's not a problem to pick that up at all.
Is the rack still there or is it in his new shop? Just tell Will that Adam from Danville is going to grab it. Let me know.
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Yeah I'm looking at one in Alexandria when I pass through. Thanks for the heads up.
Which one? Black?
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We'll see who's going to RURR your shit next time...
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My RURR sticker got rurr'd to me by Galpin actually.
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My RURR sticker got rurr'd to me by Galpin actually.
That's the way to do it.

I get my shit RURR'd from Tony via Ray.
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Which one? Black?
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That's the way to do it.

I get my shit RURR'd from Tony via Ray.
That's a fast way to make sure your shit gets broken or lost on the train too.
But then again, you're currently sanctioned writ large, so it's not a big deal.

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Seen this truck a few times up close, amidst the interior re-do at the Ft Myer Auto Hobby shop as well as in town. Seems decent enough for an old 110.
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That's a fast way to make sure your shit gets broken or lost on the train too.
But then again, you're currently sanctioned writ large, so it's not a big deal.

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Seen this truck a few times up close, amidst the interior re-do at the Ft Myer Auto Hobby shop as well as in town. Seems decent enough for an old 110.
If something got broken or lost, I never found out.
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No trucks at the airport... I got an Acadia. Should be able to fit a fair amount of things in there.

Heading to NOVA in the morning.
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The 110 turned out to be a true basket case 109. The truck was disassembled and motor, doors and trans where sent out to be rebuilt. The catch is, this was done years ago, and no one knows where he sent the parts to be done. All comes down to a bunch of boxes, and even those are questionable at best.
Good luck during your hunt. Watch the asshat drivers in NOVA.
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