Is it the only way to look /fa/ on a transport ?
I prefer the previa
just dont get into a crash because the steering column will be forced into the roof and you'll slide into the foot space while the tire is forced up and through the wheel well.
I wish someone would make a modern and refined version of this. I love those old Trans Sports.
I need to own a van for work related things.
Are there any /fa/ vans you guys. It seems like they're all targeted at moms or people in shipping. I need windows.
unlikely. However you may, as you seem to be a rather vocal proponent of motorcycles, therefore likely a cyclist yourself. As such, you are more likely to crash, bleed and die than he is.
>Is it the only way to look /fa/ on a transport ?
>/fa/ wearing a graphic tee and some skinny ass jeans.
not knowing that vintage luxury cars are the most /fa/ thing ever not like those chopped up pieces of junk japanese rice cookers that they call cafe racer.
this! is kinda true i have a cafe style bike and i get tons of atention from random chicks in the street, bars, restaurants etc. But i dont exploit it because i have girlfriend but damn i bet i can get mad pussy if i wanted.
cafe racers are cool. vintage cars are cool too. motorsports are cool in general. but fa cant afford it so dont rub it in.
Remember that if possible when your skeleton gets grated against the asphault because of myriad distracted drivers outside your control entirely.
It isn't that fashionable to literally have wrecked bones and skin that's been disintegrated by abbrasion. (If you weren't crushed to death instantly by thousands of pounds of metal).
When I got out of the military, I bought a Triumph America and rode from Chicago to Texas to Cali and took my sweet ass time. Took a month. Had a fucking blast. Riding to South America next.
people really underestimate how much force are in crashes. I crashed in gear with a car side on ~30mp/h and was fine. pretty sure I would have broken a lot of bones without a jacket and trousers.
you just aren't enlightened
japanese microvans are great.
they come with or without windows and in pickup-truck variations, sometimes even in two-thirds vans with short pickup beds in the back.
I love vans like these. I wonder why the long slanted front design went out of style. It's pretty sleek, at least for a van
not a norton because they tend to have more curvier engine fins and side cover.
so ture, aut/o/ guy here
>pic related my $600 volvo240