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    Quote Originally Posted by Car Nut View Post
    On the Geo Metro forum, I've seen washing machines hanging out the back, go carts on the roof, all kinds of things. Would make for an interesting thread here too.
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    Did this when it was brand new. Didn't leave a scratch

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    I haven't really hauled anything in my Mirage yet. The most hauling I've done is a bicycle.

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    About 600lbs of scrap 11 miles driven round trip $19 payout, took about 2 hours, lots of fun lol. I would do it for costs, I enjoy recycling metal.

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    I was at 3200lbs total weight which I could barely tell was there.

    Normally when driving for uber I have to keep up with speed limits and the flow of traffic to avoid a bad rating from passengers. 4 large passengers and 1 large driver and I'm easily over 1,000lbs inside, close to 3,000lbs total weight, 3,000 lbs total vs 3,200 with trailer consisting of over 700lbs of it, the mirage drives 100 times better with the trailer.
    2014 ES F5MBD aka 5MT. I am a full time Uber driver, if you want to drive for uber DO not sign up without my referral code for a bonus .

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    Who needs a truck when you own a hatch back. 12X10 FT. Carpet.

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    wish I saw this yesterday, just finished off fixing one of my apartments and it was filled to the brim with tools and paint. I must say however, though there is a fantastic amount of cargo space, I do wish the actual opening of the hatch was bigger to match. You could legitimately move washing machines and what have you in the cabin if it was.

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    I picked up four wheels and tires for my Ranger. 225/70/14's. Seat down, with a moving blanket, hatch closed just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spadesheart View Post
    wish I saw this yesterday, just finished off fixing one of my apartments and it was filled to the brim with tools and paint. I must say however, though there is a fantastic amount of cargo space, I do wish the actual opening of the hatch was bigger to match. You could legitimately move washing machines and what have you in the cabin if it was.
    Yah, if the hatch was more rectangular you could really stuff some bulky items in. It is amazing still how much space is in this little car. I moved my entire home with the exception of beds, dressers and a rolling tool chest in my Mirage. It took a bunch of trips but never a whimper or complaint from this car no matter how overloaded it was.

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    gotta get people to buy their SUV's somehow I suppose hahaha. It really is a common sense feature though. Still I agree, best function for the money out there and I love my little Mary Jackson.

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    so who needs a pick up truck.



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