Roleplay #363 - Old posession of DDT.
As many of you might know, DDT has been closed for some unknown reasons. And that meant that their base will be not theirs anymore. Most people don't know even what DDT was. It was a terrorist organization what worked all around San Andreas. One day I was just cruising around with my brand new BMW M5 and I noticed a pale bus near the ex-base of DDT. I parked my car in the parking lot and did a couple of circles around the bus, it was locked. But one thing for sure, it was one of their old busses. The glasses were tinted, the suspensions were lower than your pants when you whip out your willy. It was tuned to the max. I was curious if the wheels and bus windows were bulletproof, so I decided to test that out. I shot the tires and windows a couple of times, nothing. I had to go back to our San Andreas HQ because a director called me for a mission, can't be explained, classified. But, I didn't want the bus to just stay there so I went again after 2 weeks, and the buss was in the same location, nothing had changed. So, I called one of my pals that works in Cuban Cars to ask if I could lend his towtruck, he would get 5% of the deal. He accepted the offer and he brang it to The Company's San Andreas HeadQuarters. I went to check if the bus is still there, and to your surprise. It was, so I quickly attached it to my towtruck and drove back to ThC's base. Luckily the State Sheriffs don't check the damn anymore that much so the cop activity was low.
I contacted our Intelligent division to search if any tourist agency is looking for a pimped bus. And there was one. Named, Cuban Trips & Visits, CTV in short. We searched the background of the company and they had a pretty good rating on yelp and on several other websites. Their feedback was always positive. But, I was confused. Why would a tourist agency need a pimped out bus? We contacted them and asked the question, they responded: ''Cuba is full of rebels and psychopaths, we want to give a safe trip for our tourists, and a pleasant ride.'', that information, was more than enough. We finally agreed on a price, 67.000$ and they would pay an extra 2.000$ for the shipping. I delivered the bus straight into cuba and they told me to drop it off by some mountains. We got a profit, and I hope the tourists have a safe trip.