Anybody Looking For a New Used Car?

Because if you are, then we’ve got news for you. Not ours, we’re not letting go of that one until it explodes, but we were finally able to check in on Roguetek, who is hanging in there well in spite of everything, and we learned that he’s got a car sitting around that he needs to get off of his hands to help pay the bills.

It’s a Kia Sedona DX 2004 with less than 70K on the odometer, and it’s a special model too in that it has a lift and a wheelchair included. Of course, you might not be looking for that yourself but, even if you’re not, you might know somebody who is and, let’s face it, that’s not a cheap modification.

If you’re interested or know somebody who is, you could be making the deal of a lifetime and help a brother in need who’s got enough on his plate already.

Let me know and I’ll get y’all in touch. Oh, and if you DO decide to ping me an email, please let me know that you’ve done so in the comments as well as my inbox is getting hammered these days (yes, I know, I need to set up a new, new email account and I will, but bear with me).

Or you can tweet me @EmperorMisha. Either way works.

G-d bless!

Thatisall.

6 comments

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    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    I am actually looking for a new vehicle, but I fear that the Sedona would be a bit much on my budget.

    Unless the price would be some Rolling Rock chalk pieces, a couple of Stroh’s steins, some used stereo equipment, and some very used furniture.

    Since I already know the answer to that one, I will pass.

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    ‘Wish’t I could drop by for a few days just to deal with the tire kickers for ya Rogue. ‘Ain’t got a lot of the awesome skillz so many other Rott’s possess, but movin’ junk for profit is one of mine. A NICE ride with hard to find attachments would be a joy to hawk. I know for a fact that a lot of other wheelchair folks are out there looking to escape their old money-pits on wheels. I don’t doubt that you’ll find a good buyer n’ fair price for your KIA if you can just sort them out’a those damned low-ballin’ tire kickers.

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    Mark12A growls and barks:

    Heck, I don’t want a car, but thanks for keeping Rogue’s situation in front of everyone’s face.

    Come on, Rotties. Let’s ping the PayPal. The next one needing help could be any one of us.

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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    The van is mechanically sound. Couple of new tires on it. Even has them Chrome side thingys on it. And the chair. For the love of Pete, PLEASE use the foot rest. That thing is fast, and it don’t stop on a dime. I should know, I rammed my foot into those chrome thingys. Nothing broke, but I moved some bones around in ways that I didn’t like, and the chiro wasn’t too happy about it.

    As a side note, Mom is, well, Mom. She’s doing. They had to up her pain meds, put her on Atavan, and put at catheter in. Now some dumb fucks are running around saying that she has cancer. Hopefully I’ll get to run into one of these morons and set them straight before I head back home. I’d like to thank all of those who helped me get here, so she could see that I’m not who I was. Whatever I can do, anytime, anywhere, I will.

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    LC Roguetek growls and barks:

    Not a problem , brother. I’m glad I was able to help you, Lobo. and I was only really able to help you, because other people helped me… and so it goes…

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Rogue – just a thought if you have not tried this already. Figure out how much the item is worth to you, then add 1000 bucks to that. Call the following places and ask them if they have any interest in a mobility van that can be used as a regular taxi as well. Cab companies, hospice care transportation companies, visiting angels, local hospital or outpatient care centers, old folks homes or village complexes.

    All of these folks run into need for this kind of van. The need varies with the number of older folks living in the community. I have one up here that belongs to my BiL granma who has since passed away, have been trying to sell it but there are very fewl older folks homes and places in this area, might be much better down in TX as the economy is waaay better than in MI. Be prepared to dicker down that 1K you bumped and everyone goes home happy.