I just had a chat with a good friend who bought a nice second hand Toyota with only a few km on it and it would be great if you would participate how you get to school, better said what vehicles you bought in your time in Thailand. Unfortunately, is it very difficult to save enough money to buy a new car on a teacher's salary. I had the good luck to have enough money to buy a Pick Up truck, when I settled down and bought a second hand Mitsubishi L 200 with all extras ( ABS wasn't available) from my wife's uncle for 340,000 baht. I was really very angry to find out that the three year old car was already six years old. It was pretty funny to hear that from the same monk who made the Buddhist ceremony for my wife's uncle and then for me that the car was six years old. I thought that the monk was wrong, but when I checked my documents it turned out that the monk was right. When i called the uncle he told me that it would be like a 3 year old car, because his wife wasn't allowed to drive with it. That made it 3 years younger and me very angry. He once was the boss of the Sisaket transport office, but never serviced the car and I wanted my money back, when black smoke came out of the exhaust system after the deal. The same guy who later got busted for issuing documents for Lamborghini's, Ferrari's, etc.. guess some of you might remember the story when some luxury cars burned out on a trailer in Korat and nobody owned them? They were on the way to Sisaket to get them "cleared." Of course would you not think that such a rich ( at this time ) guy would rip you off. And being a family member was what really drove me crazy. Of course did that never happen and the promised 40 K were finally only 35 K. "Too many of us look upon Americans as dollar chasers. This is a cruel libel, even if it is reiterated thoughtlessly by the Americans themselves." Albert Einstein But I'm happy to have this car. It's a reliable car and I keep it in good shape, change the oil every 5,000 km and repair, or get it fixed before it's too late. 286,000 km on the clock now. I'll start with what we've got: Vehicle # 1 Pick -Up Mitsubishi L 200, 2.8 litre already 19 years old, but in good shape. Vehicle 2 Yamaha " Best II" we bought 2 years before is still running, got 60,000 km on the clock and still has the first engine. Photo will I hope that you don't mind talking about your vehicles. Photos and eventually funny details would be appreciated. Khop Khun Maak Khrap. Thank you very much.