VIN thread - RIP VINbro Special Edition
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Old one is at its bump limit
Shamefully copied from legendary VINbro's threads - long was his reign, and may his soul rest longer
>I am able to run VINs and plates. For plates, the plate and state are needed. Plates do work most of the time, but VINs are more reliable.
>Please remove hyphens (dashes) from VINs/plates - unless they happen to be part of a vanity plate. This makes copying and pasting easier.
>I can only run cars in/originally in the USA/Canada. If they've been exported from the USA/Canada, a report with their time here will be available. Not yet sure about imported cars.
>Cars need to be of the 1981 model year or newer. That's when standardized VINs began. Anything older simply cannot be run for a report.
>There are never I(i), O(o), nor Q(q) in VINs. This is to avoid confusion with 1 and 0. So if you are unsure, it is always 1 or 0 (not the case for classic cars, but they cannot be run anyway).
>VINs must be 17 characters exactly. No more, no less.
????????!! [LOOP MONSTER] Thread 10
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Thread 1: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10360641/
Thread 2: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10421715/
Thread 3: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10549970/
Thread 4: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10587471/
Thread 5: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10803490/
Thread 6: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/10921394/
Thread 7: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/12110495/
Thread 8: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/12858722/
Thread 9: http://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/13670232/
Junkyard Monster (first CY/o/A I did): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Ov7esDcK7ZnRPaW-z1eWfvabED2L9G6FZUgqpA6T028/pub
Apologies for the two week long break guys, the first week I was full of cold and just generally didn't want to do anything once home from work. And the last week... well. That Boston Wasteland kept on calling.
Anyway, at the end of the last thread, we had the choice of hitting the roads late on a Monday night with Ueda and his new SW20, or not bothering as you had work the next day.
Of course, you all chose to play out. B chosen!
"Eh... I can stay out for another hour yet I guess. Where were you thinking of going?", you ask Ueda.
He shrugs. "I was thinking about Shiodome PA as normal. It should be a decent shakedown run for the MR2 to drive there."
"Ok!", you agree, getting into your Silvia. Hopefully he takes it easy tonight; certainly easier than you did in your Silvia on the first night of driving it.
You both set off. Following Ueda and making your way through the streets to get to Route 3, you notice something about the back of his car. Putting down the window, what you hear confirms your suspicions. Ueda certainly wasn't joking when he said he likes to add mods to a car pre-emptively. It certainly didn't sound like a standard exhaust at least; Sato must have fitted it to it on his request before handing it over.