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  • #16
    I cuttently use a 2003 Buick Rondevue. Comfortable and it can hold a lot of gear, we also use a Dodge ram with a cap.
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    • #17
      Here's MY band vehicle:





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      • #18
        Our drummer bought an $800 van.

        Then gave it an $800 paint job.

        Drummers are stupid.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by squealie
          Our drummer bought an $800 van.

          Then gave it an $800 paint job.

          Drummers are stupid.


          And just put in a $250 tranny.


          WAAAAAYYYYYY stupid.


          Me thinks I better get Uhaul on speed dial just in case.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by squealie
            Our drummer bought an $800 van.

            Then gave it an $800 paint job.

            Drummers are stupid.

            Originally posted by THX1138


            And just put in a $250 tranny.


            WAAAAAYYYYYY stupid.


            Me thinks I better get Uhaul on speed dial just in case.


            Don't forget about the $200 CD player he has in it!

            I'm thinking when your stereo is 25% of the cost of your vehicle, you may have over spent just a tad.
            Originally posted by squealie
            We've got too many trailers, taxes, websites, bartabs, bandHOs, hotel room keys, beer-runs, gas-allowances, mapquests, Riggins-fans, vending machine logistics, lamp-toss, guest-list, fredndebs, pingers, deers in a rut, and ringing cell phones....

            ....to worry about something as trivial as song selection.











            Originally Posted by Austincowbell


            God bless the groupıes.




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            • #21
              My Space

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              • #22
                I have a '92 Nissan PU with a shell that I can carry our PA, my rig, the lead guitarist's rig, extra guitars, stands, milk crate-o-goodies and a few extras if need be. Bass player and drummer drive their own rigs. We haven't done out of town work yet, so travel arrangements haven't come up.

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                • #23
                  We all have separate cars/trucks as we come from as much as 90 miles of each other.

                  We have a Toyota for the singer the one with the long high roof and a hatachback.
                  Old Nissan p/u with back for the bass.
                  I think another Toyota 4 door for the drummer...he gets his intire set in there!

                  I have a '03 BMW 325iT wagon...best band car I've ever had!

                  Back in the old days i had:

                  '69 VW Bug (*Put a full stack of ampeg V4 guitars and luggage in that thing!)
                  '67 Ford Country Squire wagon
                  '76 Dodge Tradesman Van
                  '77 Old's 98 coupe
                  '87 Acura Integra
                  '99 Honda Accord Coupe

                  I
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                  • #24


                    A black limo pulling a white equipment trailer had every cop that saw us acting like they saw a bank robbery in progress.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by doubleR
                      Here's MY band vehicle:





                      So how much gear can you put in that thing anyway?



                      I have to haul my stuff around in this...



                      ...everything fits in the trunk except the ext cab that I sit on the floor between back/front seats. I rarely use the ext cab.
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                      • #26
                        1990 Ford E350 Cargo van...it aint pretty but hauls alot and keeps the oil companies in buisness....

                        for gigs that dont require PA or lights, its the 300M. I can fit my halfstack and some misc stuff in the trunk...
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                        • #27
                          Back in the late 60's my band car was a 1949 solid black Cadillac hearse-nothing cooler than that thing at the time. We layed the Kustom black roll and tucked P. A. speaker columns long ways in the back. Nothing was ever stolen from that car. Nowadays, we have a '04? Chevy Avalanche 4 door P/U with a 8' x 20' tandem trailer with a side door and a fold down rear ramp. I'm glad the drummer has money.

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                          • #28
                            In the future, my wife (bass player) would like to get an SUV and tow all the stuff in a trailer. For now, we've got a Windstar that we fill along with the drummer's open box truck. We're pretty much screwed if it rains.
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                            • #29
                              These are my band vehicles:



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                              • #30
                                I'd love to have a London Taxicab for hauling small amounts of gear. These things have an unbelievable amount of room, not to mention they look like something off of "The Avengers"

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