That sounds great, Jordan, and pics of the inside would be nice to see.
I use a Prius W/ the back seats folded forward. It’s completely full, but I have everything I need. I also have a Ford F250 Super Duty, but rarely use it for inspections.
I’ve seen plenty of inspectors rolling around in a $60k 10 MPG truck with less tools/equipment than I have in my Prius. They can keep the image, I’ll keep my fuel savings.
So here is the Transit - Rear, side and My Co-pilot. A bit Frosted over and dirty, but you get the jist.
Very good use of space…nice, neat and great looking, Jordan!
Awesome customization. Good job.
If I could get away with driving something like this, I would.
Here in Northern Michigan, the snow can dictate how close we can get to the inspection address. Four or all wheel drive is often required.
Because we’re driving 100 miles a day
Probably the first one. He’s handicapped and could use the work, you know, climbing up on my roof.
Same owner? Dents, rust, etc
One for work only, the other for work and date night…
Don’t be hating! a lot of construction guys are underpaid for many reasons and many others are broke because of unrelated circumstances. Show me the report and I’ll tell you whom I would hire.
That front ladder support on the Subaru should be patented.
I have been looking for a small vehicle for some longer hauls but the ladder situation has had me handcuffed.
I think the handicap hanger is actually for the car, not the driver.
One would think that it would be removed for the inspection, no?