Last Call: Insane Clown Posse Edition

It recently struck me as I passed one going down the street—the white Toyota 4Runner SR5 TRD Pro is the official car of Juggalos.
Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day.  It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged.

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6 responses to “Last Call: Insane Clown Posse Edition”

  1. Maymar Avatar

    As long as there are functional old Pontiacs, they will never be usurped as the chariot of choice to get to Gathering of the Juggalos (I mean, if your shitty stepbrother coughs up the $40 he owes you, since you need gas money).
    In 15 years though, this 4Runner will be waiting.

  2. Tomsk Avatar

    Holds up to 88 cubic feet of empty Faygo bottles!

    1. Tiberiuswise Avatar

      With a 10 cent MI deposit on each one…. THE MATH WORKS!

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  3. Batshitbox Avatar

    A farewell to Steve.
    The time has come for me to say farewell to Steve the Unremarkable White Pickup. Long live Steve the truly remarkable pickup truck!
    Steve is my 1991 GMC C1500 what I purchased when I was unemployed and thought I’d need to get a machine shop job in the suburbs of San Francisco. My 1963 IH Scout wasn’t going to cut it as a commuter. I bought Steve from (and named Steve after) Steve Smith of Smith Trucks in Princeton-by-the-Sea, CA, who only deals in fleet service vehicles, and only sells by word of mouth to working folks. I was looking for a Ford Ranger, but the big GMT400 longbed with 57,000 miles on it was too much of a deal, and too much truck! $3500 registered and titled.
    I made use of ol’ Steve even though I got a job in the city an didn’t need to commute, hauling camping gear and dirt bikes all the way from Fort Bragg to Baja California. Five years of drought was a great time to be hauling in a “top loader”, but now I’m thinking an extended body Econoline might be a better fit for my purposes. Dirt bikes and camping FTW.
    Steve just earned a battle scar and the rewards that go with that. A fender bender yielded a trivial dent in the driver’s side door, and a thousand dollar payout. If I can bring down a couple thousand resale I’ll be damned close to the purchase price. Ain’t no shame in that.

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