YoungBusLover

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About YoungBusLover

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  • Birthday 06/28/97

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    Beverly,Illinois
  • Favorite Bus
    Flxible Metro B/E-RTS-06-08/-Nova LFS/-New Flyer DLF40/-OrionV

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  1. Well the Flxible Metro has made a comeback to Chicago, sort of. Still a work in progress.
  2. I'm just amazed at this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TJ8k13tEko
  3. #8233 involved in a T-Bone collision with a car. I believe on Fullerton.
  4. #7971 Struck a Mother and her 3 children this morning while turning onto Halsted via Wavelend, Luckily everyone is ok.
  5. Found this to be pretty cool. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG49AYrxQPs
  6. Is ex CTA/CFD - #6163 still around?
  7. 3 straight days of Nova fest on Ashland. I miss the Flyers, this reminds me of when the old Nova's took over Ashland and Metro E's before that.
  8. #6698 is at SS.
  9. Look up Dash55 on YouTube, he has a a bunch of sound add-ons for bus models.
  10. I might just but the game now since there's so many new bus and engine mods out now for this game. Didn't know there was a Nova LFS mod out until I saw it on YouTube the other day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzrmByRS9tg
  11. Remember that idea about the RTS, well.........
  12. You my good man have given me something to look forward to playing this summer now, this looks beyond incredible, However $24 is crazy....
  13. ​I would hate to see #6163 go back into the CTA's possession just to get scrapped along with that old CFD Rts, It doesn't make sense that they don't preserve those two buses in some sort of fashion rather than scrap them for a quick buck........
  14. Wow I recently got an audio clip of #6653 a few months back I hope its not the end of the line it.
  15. ​Yeah that seems to be the case, For example when use to ride the #1800's from 103rd they would sound more loud and aggressive where as the lower #1000's would sound quiet and take longer to shift through 1st and 2nd gear but after the rehabs occurred they just sound the same and have the same transmission shift patterns for some reason.