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The Winnebago Brave was one of the first few motor-homes which had been influenced by Native American tribes. This is a decent coach and has been pretty well kept. The donor has not used the RV in about a year … Continue reading
RV Campers are quite popular since they are so easily tow-able. This particular Fleetwood pop-up camper is in rather good shape and is also fairly new being a 2004 model. The canvas is not torn nor does it have any … Continue reading
One week ago today, the memoir of Johnny Ramone, New Jersey born and bred, was finally published. He died of Prostate Cancer September 15, 2004 after struggling with the disease for almost 5 years. On June 18, 2004, he and … Continue reading
Among the benefits of intelligence is having the ability to make the complex simple. Smart people make it possible for the rest of us to understand concepts we would otherwise never comprehend. Albert Einstein, recognized as possessing one of the … Continue reading
There are at least 35 places named “Riverside” in the United States. Fortunately, whichever one you’re in, we’d love to get a call to pick up your car donation. But, today, I’m actually referring specifically to Riverside, California where a 2nd … Continue reading
Did you see the Dr. Oz Show last Monday? The good doctor emphasized the importance of keeping track of one’s numbers. Specifically:
After visiting Austin, state capitol of Texas, the PCAP Pony Express is currently just southwest of Dallas-Fort Worth, on its way to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Follow the progress here. This 2003 Saturn was photographed in Dallas County on March 3, … Continue reading
Donated cars are not always junkers, but they’re not all classics either. They are simply cars which the owner has determined would be more valuable as a charitable donation.
Do you realize that there are 8 (eight!) Orange Counties in the United States (and one Orangeburg County)? Do you also realize that it doesn’t matter whether you’re in the Orange County in California, or Florida, or New York or … Continue reading
Cars have inspired poetry, songs, romance. Sometimes we wreck’em; sometimes we drive’em until they fall apart; sometimes we give’em to our kids (that’s how I got my first car, a ’57 Lincoln), sometimes we trade’em in. But, in today’s world, … Continue reading