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very nice rigs! i want my ranger lifted so bad!
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very nice rigs! i want my ranger lifted so bad!
GET AT IT THAN! :P
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Right now I don't have a garage. Next year I will and my truck and my Pinto will be in there
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My Garage.....

9= Charlestown Fire District in Clark County
3= Charlestown Station #3
__= Truck number

9370 (Rescue & Light Air)



9320 (1500 GPM pump with 1000 gallon tank)



9360 (6, yes 6 wheel drive Tanker/Brush with 500 GPM pump & 1250 gallons of water)


^^that thing is a hause....it will go anywhere you want it to.....








































i live at the fire house....

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Currently my bike is the only vehicle in the garage...



In a few weeks I have to get the boxes, lawn equipment, bicycles and much more misc stuff, including the new whirlpool tub out of the way so that my wifes Sebring Ragtop can make it in there. (Not my house in the background)

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The only way my truck goes in the garage is if Im working on it. When we first bought our house there was about 2 weeks where I fit both of our previous cars in it. My garage is 18 x 20 and in bad shape. I keep hoping for something to take it out so I can build a bigger one.
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My Uncle's 97 Honda Civic EX and his 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT that hasn't ran in 2 years.

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Well since I just moved, my stuff is still currently spread across two states:

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1975 Cadillac Coupe deVille


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I wish I had a garage :(
I understand and may I ask whats a freaking Garage?
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these two go in my garage



and the tractor, the scooter, dads wheel chair, and the ingersol-rand all fit in my garage... with room to spare even....

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My Garage.....

9= Charlestown Fire District in Clark County
3= Charlestown Station #3
__= Truck number


i live at the fire house....

Hey why do all your fire trucks seem like an older style? I don't know how to explain it, but they're not





My dad is a safety guy(i cant remember the exact title) at the Hagevig Fire Training Center here. It's the best Marine Fire Training Center in the US.
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Well since I just moved, my stuff is still currently spread across two states:

In SD:

2000 ford explorer XLS
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1975 Cadillac Coupe deVille
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1995 Chevrolet Impala SS
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2003 Ford Expedition
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I was on umm, University Ave last night, and all those guys with the highpowered classic cars were out. That really old one with the engine sticking through the hood had wheelie bars!
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my Z is the only one in the garage. pulled her out to take this pic a long time ago. the other garage has workout equipment so nothing goes in there. oh yea, and my truck no longer looks stock lol.

here's what my Ranger looks like now. some of u probably seen this pic already...
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btw 33's coming soon!
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well as of right now I live wth my parents and my mother has all he fathers and autns stuff cramed in our garage(even tho they passed on to the other side over 8yrs ago....god bless their soul) But we have my 00 ranger my dads 95 surban 93 sable and my mom jeff gorden SS monte carlo(BOOO Gordon!!!)
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Ranger stays outside....





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Hey why do all your fire trucks seem like an older style? I don't know how to explain it, but they're not
they aint that old.....the engine (9320) is a '97 model, the tanker/brush (9360) is a '93 model, and the rescue/light air (9370) is a '87 model.......the engine is the newest truck we had up until the end of last year when we got our first new truck since '97...
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i don't have a garage, but i do have a carport, and here is whats in it right now

all tucked away for the winter
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they aint that old.....the engine (9320) is a '97 model, the tanker/brush (9360) is a '93 model, and the rescue/light air (9370) is a '87 model.......the engine is the newest truck we had up until the end of last year when we got our first new truck since '97...
Probably a volunteer FD right? At our local one back home (my dad still runs on it) we have a '98 Ford F-800 E-1 pumper, a '02 F-350 dually 4x4 flatbed brush truck, a '97 F-350 (ex from the next biggest town) pickup chassis ambulance, an older Ford C-series pumper, a real old early '80s Chey Blazer, a mid '90s Peirce cab over pumper/tanker and a mid '90s International tanker. Last time I was there they even had the old retired 1980 F-600 tanker truck with a 370-4V sitting out back waiting to be picked up by a someone for a farm truck. That had to be the most underpowerd and overloaded truck i have ever driven...poor thing wasn't made for a huge tanker body but survived. Most of the stuff they get is second hand from some of the bigger city retirees but they are all mainatined very well so all are useful. Just got a sweet new firehouse/community center built 2 years ago so it works out nice for the whole community. Being the tiny dot on the map town where I grew up it's nice to see some tax levys passed and a few new community useful things spring to life. I miss living there but I don't miss the hour drive to work as opposed to about 5 minutes from where I live now.

My favorite thing is that they kept an old '57 Dodge pumper truck that the town got new. It only has about 9,000 miles on it and starts and runs fine...even has original tires. It can't fight fires anymore due to leaks in the pumps and plumbing but the truck itself is in great shape. It just sits in the corner of the firehouse wasting away time. Big old straight 6 fires right up though and even the paint is still decent although kind of faded. That still makes me smile everytime I see it especially the old siren it has on it.

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No garage here...just a ****ty apartment complex parking lot...


I plan on selling the Ranger in about a month, so it will soon be one less. :( 4WD and power everything is too good to pass up on the Ex though, even if it looks like hell.

If you count the roommates' vehicles, we also have a 98 F-150, 97 Ranger, and 97 Wrangler.

At the parents' house there is an 02 Ranger and 04 Civic in the garage.
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'94 B4000, details in the sig


'03 Mustang GT, lotta mods, tuned, susp, gears, intake, exhaust, etc etc



'07 FJ, stock


(this one isn't ours, but we don't have any photos yet, and this one looks the exact same)

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don't have many pics but you can sort of see in this one how we have it set up.



We rotate the garage spot's quite a bit, but as of right now, we have in the garage, my dad's 99 Hyundai Elantra, down due to tranny problems and my Mom's 93 Explorer Sport. In the driveway is my brother's 99 Neon, and my Ranger, and on the street we have the old 93 Plymouth Voyager (dad's driving it) and my Bronco
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Probably a volunteer FD right? At our local one back home (my dad still runs on it) we have a '98 Ford F-800 E-1 pumper, a '02 F-350 dually 4x4 flatbed brush truck, a '97 F-350 (ex from the next biggest town) pickup chassis ambulance, an older Ford C-series pumper, a real old early '80s Chey Blazer, a mid '90s Peirce cab over pumper/tanker and a mid '90s International tanker. Last time I was there they even had the old retired 1980 F-600 tanker truck with a 370-4V sitting out back waiting to be picked up by a someone for a farm truck. That had to be the most underpowerd and overloaded truck i have ever driven...poor thing wasn't made for a huge tanker body but survived. Most of the stuff they get is second hand from some of the bigger city retirees but they are all mainatined very well so all are useful. Just got a sweet new firehouse/community center built 2 years ago so it works out nice for the whole community. Being the tiny dot on the map town where I grew up it's nice to see some tax levys passed and a few new community useful things spring to life. I miss living there but I don't miss the hour drive to work as opposed to about 5 minutes from where I live now.

My favorite thing is that they kept an old '57 Dodge pumper truck that the town got new. It only has about 9,000 miles on it and starts and runs fine...even has original tires. It can't fight fires anymore due to leaks in the pumps and plumbing but the truck itself is in great shape. It just sits in the corner of the firehouse wasting away time. Big old straight 6 fires right up though and even the paint is still decent although kind of faded. That still makes me smile everytime I see it especially the old siren it has on it.
sweet...

yea we are 100% volunteer. the funny thing is, we have the 3rd largest coverage area in the state of Indiana behind Indianapolis FD and Ft. Wayne FD........
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