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This Is by Far the Cheapest Way to Live and Travel in the Philippines


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This has to be one of the cheapest ways for an expat to travel around the Philippines, great for back-packers and single men on a slender budget..         This could be built on a motorized 3-w

This is what I have to look forward to  

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Jeepney

Nice, but with a bit of side wind you sleep standing up, after it blows over.

Still, turn on the telly,, or yeah...whatever.

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Majorsco

I'd hate take it up any significant hill. It'd be on its back being with a high CG.

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LOL-- I posted that pic before in another thread

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A_Simple_Man

This new generation sure are pussies.  In the old days they used to pull 'em like this

 

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tomaw

The first one looks like a Whippymobile, the second looks more like a Smokey mobile ( minus the elevator and hot tub). :ROFLMAO:  Now if you can make it run on electricity derived from solar panels you're closer to what I have in mind.

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samatm

Now if someone would  design one for a MULTICAB... I would be all over it!     

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smokey

This new generation sure are pussies.  In the old days they used to pull 'em like this

 

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wow a silver bullet used to be the caddy in mobile homes ... all he needs is to park it on a dirt road and he is almost in Georgia

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miles-high

Now if someone would design one for a MULTICAB... I would be all over it!

 

Here's a multicab version...

 

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A_Simple_Man

Does the multicab version come with iron bars on all windows and a portable concrete surround wall with broken glass on top?

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I <3 Cebu

Does the multicab version come with iron bars on all windows and a portable concrete surround wall with broken glass on top?

Nah just a guard asleep on a plastic chair

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greengorilla

Great idea

 

anyone pondered travelling around in a camper or a van around the phil?

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Mikala

After taking a bus down the coast of Mindanao to Tandag, I'd consider traveling around in my Unimog. Too bad it's too old to be imported (without bribes). Need to get rid of it and a friend of mine in San Francisco is taking care of that as of last week.

 

 

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