My wife and I lived out of our 1996 Winnebago Rialta last year quite a bit. We put solar panels, a charge controller, some decent AGM batteries, etc. in it. The transmission died, however, and we just don't have the cash on-hand to get it fixed.
It's stuck in a driveway in the Bay Area in California.
For $3k, you can have it, as long as you come and haul it off, or cover expenses to do so. The title is clean.
Full disclosure: we haven't officially determined that the problem is the transmission, though that's what people in the know have told us. The engine starts, but the car won't move forward or backwards.
You can see photos and our blog from when we were living in it at http://www.HipsterGypsies.com
Email me at [email protected] if you're interested.
Sorry the bad transmission luck. $3k is a nice fair price; I can probably get whoever is interested in touch with another sharp Rialta owner who just replaced (or rebuilt?) his busted transmission with AAMCO for about $5500 with a nice extended warranty (nationwide service too) and an upgraded cooler. If that's the case, it should work out to be a good deal for the new owner.Love and miss you two.
I was more F than A or C, but any way you look at it, I was an AFC. An Average Frustrated Chump. I had a crush on a girl named Renee, who lived on my floor in the dorm.
For weeks I lived in agony, wondering if she liked me. I'd make subtle hints and get back subtle responses which weren't nearly conclusive enough for me to do anything about it.
Things came to a head on Friday night. I had to ask her. Not in person, of course. On AIM.
Two days ago, I researched all the lawyers and organizations in HK, looking for the best ones.
Yesterday, I retained top legal counsel (I paid 15,000 HKD for a 3 hour meeting. Ouch.)
Immediately after that, I scheduled a meeting with Senior Inspector Lai, and I filed a police report, which is published in full in the article, "Fight Corporate Violence: Marshall vs. Cathay Pacific Management."
I explained my position in, "To The People of Hong Kong: On Virtue, Authority, and Terror."
Today I contacted all the relevant trade unions that represent Cathay Pacific staff. I also reached out to numerous journalists, and I've been looking for the best contact info for Hong Kong Police. (There's multiple associations, but is there a definitive organization that protects on-duty officers? Is there a particular member of the HK Police I can contact to report officers being fraudulently put in harms' way?)