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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by RC Pilot, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. RC Pilot

    RC Pilot Shut up and fly!

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    Axial AX-10 ARTR with a few mods.
  2. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Ray
  3. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    OK next up.

    5 resturants that serve food from a different country than you are in.

    IE.....Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Greek, Indian, Italian, American, French

    you get the picture.

    And NO Taco Bell is not Mexican. :lol3


    Ray
  4. RC Pilot

    RC Pilot Shut up and fly!

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    Nicely done. :clap
  5. OSJ

    OSJ Formally DunkinDuck

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    I will start with our favorite place to eat, very good friends of ours own this place, and you cant get more Irish than this place. If your in Central Mass...check it out!

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  6. OSJ

    OSJ Formally DunkinDuck

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    How about 5 vehicles made in 5 different countries, Bonus points to only use motorcycles!
    Hope this one hasn't been done before I haven't gone back thru the whole thread yet.

    I realize most cars, trucks, motorcycles have parts or put together in different countries. However lets keep it simple we all know BMW is German, Ducati is Italian and Honda is Japanese ...ect
  7. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Cool. I take it that you are listing the one resturant as 2 countries?


    I'm thinking if you have to go back and find where it was done before then it's time to do it again. :D

    I doubt I will get any riding in today. Home with a sick kid.

    Ray
  8. OSJ

    OSJ Formally DunkinDuck

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    5 right?

    Irish, Mediterranean, Italian, Mexican and Chinese.

    I realize that the Med restaurant has American listed, but really everyone of these restaurants serve American cuisine..
  9. BlueM00se

    BlueM00se 'Cuse LAX Fan

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    Dang! Just realized I could get 4 of the 5 without leaving our driveway!
  10. TH

    TH There and Here

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    Me too!
  11. hscrugby

    hscrugby "That guy"

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    If my buddy with his duc gets here I'm grabbing it in my driveway. :-)
  12. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Guess I'm sitting this one out then.I have 2 in the garage 1 in the driveway and 1 across the street. No # 5 though.


    Wait if my neighboor next door gets home that would be 5. Hmmm



    Ray
  13. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    It had Brazilian too! :lol3:lol3

    Nope you got all the points required!! :thumb


    Ray
  14. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    OK since There is this deployed soilder's Cafe' bike in my garage and he is an active TAGGER on ADV just thought it was only fitting to use his bike since I just got it running after being in storage for almost a year. (and to rub it in :D )


    Thanks for serving RidingDonkeys. :clap

    Registration is out of date and bike cuts off when the battery dies (new battery in transit) so I could not venture far and kept it in the neighborhood.

    American Saturn

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    Chinese Mini buggy Carter Brand

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    Japanese Honda

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    Korean Hyundai Elantra

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    German Mercedes Benz

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    Ray
  15. TH

    TH There and Here

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    BRUCED.

    German, BMW car and Japanese, yamaha motorcycle. Also a Toyota in the background for another Japanese make.
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    USA, Dodge Ram
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    Italian, Piaggio MP3 scooter and UK, Triumph Sprint ST.
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    All obtained on my way home from work.
  16. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Just 3 of them were in my driveway. :D the other 2 were close by though.

    Ray
  17. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Since it seems that I didn't venture far from my "yard" :evil

    Yard will be the next subject.



    Graveyard

    Junk yard /salvage yard

    Lumber yard /sales

    Courtyard

    Barnyard


    Ray
  18. OSJ

    OSJ Formally DunkinDuck

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    nice!

    looks like a little snowy weather is coming back for us up this way...see you in a few days :wave
  19. RidingDonkeys

    RidingDonkeys Purveyor of Awesome

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    Glad to see my Honda getting some miles. :rofl:rofl

    You gotta love the friends you make on this site. I had this bike on consignment at a local shop that just got shut down. (read: shut down, not closed voluntarily). After my wife finally got the bike, Truck6Driver took possession and started working out the kinks to get it ready for sale again. This shop literally let it sit for months with fuel in the carbs, and never even turned the engine over. :puke1

    So a big thanks to Ray for leaving me one less thing to worry about back home! :clap

    Now, that being said, I really hope you can get that thing a little farther out of your driveway for some better tags next time. The battery should be there Tuesday. :evil
  20. truck6driver

    truck6driver The Fireman

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    Oh I put about a mile and a half grabbing a couple pics. they were not all in the driveway.

    Charge the battery and ride until it cut off. Push back home and charge battery again. Ride to get another picture and push it back home. :lol3:lol3

    When the battery gets here I will ride it to work to get the cobb webs blown out of it.


    Ray