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Old 07-16-2017, 10:36 PM   #1
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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 07-17-2017, 12:02 AM   #2
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Would be a good deal for one of our Truck Azz contractors.

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Old 07-17-2017, 06:52 AM   #3
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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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Old 07-17-2017, 08:32 AM   #5
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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.

And yes, I want it also!!
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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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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.
Day, you might want to think about getting out of there.

What the hell are they putting in the water to make horse people? Seems dangerous.
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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.
Yup. Horse country is where I live. Our favorite fruit is road apples.

Those Rodeo Rigs - like the one that JAWS posted - is standard fare here. Commoners like me are tolerated because it keeps the property taxes down.
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