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  1. UPDATED - $4,999 130,000 miles are on it - of which at least 40,000 where with the engine off - being towed behind the RV. New clutch. 5 Speed manual transmission. All original, no modifications - other than the towing set up (Roadmaster) . Clean Car-Fax ready for you. Exterior color - silver. Interior - black cloth. Air Conditioning, AM/FM CD, etc. Adult owned - non smoking, no pets, no accidents, no issues - ready to be your tow car - tow it flat. and you'll hardly notice it behind you. Please call me at 425-214-4079, or JR Reynolds 541-840-6793 to review and request additional pictures. Located in Creswell Oregon - near Eugene. From JR: I bought my Honda Coupe from the original owner when I began RVing full-time 8 years ago. Because of its light towing weight, strong engine, and a standard 5 speed tranny it quickly earned the name "Zippy" It is quick! It has served me faithfully and reliably all these years. Now I need more room in my tow car so I must part with my faithful servant. Hondas are known for their long life and this 2005 Honda Civic has a lot of life left. The great thing about this car is the low cost and great gas mileage. 38 mpg hwy, 32 City. You'll love the money you save when using this car for travel, commuting or running errands. It's clean inside & out, no accidents and lots of miles left on the tires. 130,000miles with approximately 40,000 put on as a tow car. The Honda 5 speed standard is one of few remaining cars that you can tow behind an RV. (4 wheels down) Please call JR Reynolds 541-840-6793 to review and request pictures. Located in Creswell Oregon - near Eugene. $4,999.
  2. My partner Rhapsody & I are heading out on a journey from South East Texas (beginning of June 2016) westward through New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, California & landing in southwestern Oregon for an event in July 2016 in our BFT powered RV & are wondering if we can connect with WVO burners along the way who can provide filtered & dewatered (preferably centrifuged) Waste Vegetable Oil. Let me know if you can help us not burn dino-fuel for this trip. Thanks!
  3. I planning to leave Atlanta in June and wander over to the northwest coast spending the majority of the fall and winter there. Should I buy chains for my 20014 Dodge Ram truck and do I need them for the trailer, too? I have to be at Fort Stevens in Oregon for two weeks ending on the 5th of September. Would I still have time to cross over the Cascades and do more sightseeing in Washington or Idaho and be able to get back before worrying too much about snow. If I do need chains, should I buy them from the Dodge dealer here, in Atlanta, or wait until I'm out west. I'm sure like everything else, price is higher at dealers, but where else could I buy them and have them installed. Would I be better off buying snow tires? Thanks for the advice I always get from this great group. (Go easy on me. I've never been west in the winter. My husband would have known how to put chains on, but I have no clue so I might need to practice a few times).
  4. We love nature,hikes,waterfalls,natural hot springs,musi and history. Our next RV summer trip (from July-October) will start from LA and ends near Portland. There is so much to see in a short time (4 Months only) so please help me out and suggest based on our interests what to see,where to camp (no boondocking). Thank you
  5. We are "Full time summer RVers" (from June till October) , at the end of each summer trip we store the rig and fly home for the winter , in the following summer we pick the rig from where we left it to discover new to us destinations. Need help to find a decent winter storage near Portland Oregon so we can use the International Airport to fly out/in Thank you
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