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Old 07-16-2017, 09:36 PM   #1
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Hows This For A Crew Cab?


Noticed this truck while working on a customer's building... wish I could've got a better shot of it but of course it was backed into the building so I couldn't get a good picture. It's a 1980 and only has about 28,000 miles on it. nice and clean

Darn thing is as long as a bus! Haha





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Old 07-16-2017, 11:02 PM   #2
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Would be a good deal for one of our Truck Azz contractors.

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Would be a good deal for one of our Truck Azz contractors.
Naw, party limo for drywall guys who despise Track Azz contractors.


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I need that.

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Take 40 acres to turn that rig around.
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It's a wedding limo for contractors.
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I need that.

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It's a wedding limo for contractors.
It would probably be popular in Dallas and Houston. Everybody drives a truck to their desk job.
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Naw, party limo for drywall guys who despise Track Azz contractors.





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Just think of all the crap you could fit in that cab before it started to fall out!


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How many cup holders does it have? I never have enough cup holders and don't even suggest I just throw out the old cup to make room for the new one

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...It's a 1980...
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How many cup holders does it have?...
Zero!

They didn't put in cup holders then.

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You know, you guys can still get something like that, only better.



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You see a few 6 door around here with horse people. Can take whole family including the grandparents plus pull their 8 horse trailer with sleeping quarters.

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