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Old 12-06-2007, 01:18 PM   #81
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that is a sharp looking van
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Old 12-16-2007, 02:34 PM   #82
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220/221, Those are some nice looking very neat trucks. Looks like you got just about everything in stock.

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Here is mine

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Old 12-16-2007, 03:11 PM   #85
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220/221, Those are some nice looking very neat trucks. Looks like you got just about everything in stock.


Thanks, I built them myself and I'm very proud of them. I don't like wasting resources driving to and from the supply houses. You can easily spend $100 for a $2 item.
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cant figure out how to put the pic up says file is too big???? HELP your pictures look huge!!
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cant figure out how to put the pic up says file is too big???? HELP your pictures look huge!!
Edit your pic (right click, edit) by cropping it down a bit. The icon with the scissors and dotted line should do it. click it, cursor over to your pic, click and hold as you drag the mouse diagonaly. The dotted line will appear as a guide.
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da money pit:
I kid you not, I used to do jobs with my Trans Am!

I'd have the t-tops off with a 20' ladder sticking out of the passenger side top opening and materials and stock in the rear with the rear seat folded down and the front seat folded forward!



It was red, with machined Centerlines, jacked up in the back!


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I used to have an '87 F-250 with a custom Skyjacker 12" lift (Mercedes Benz truck springs in the rear) running 42"s. It had the Lund Vizor and Racerback and it was completely blacked out. It had a Mustang GT 5.0 with open exhaust (headers, Flowmasters, arrghh arrghh arrggh arrggh!).

One day, I had to use it to work. I loaded up 60 sheets of plywood in the rear (3,000lbs). No problem whatsoever.
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just got the trailer this past winter. now if i only had more work, so i could finish the inside and get it out there to advertise. I insulated the walls and ceiling and put plywood up. Going to wait until it warms up a bit to paint the interior.

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220/221, Those are some nice looking very neat trucks. Looks like you got just about everything in stock.

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Yah, NICE. That's what I like. Very impressive. Very productive set-up.

MAN...I can't believe your workers can keep them that way. Way to go.

...Way to even impress clients.
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Nothing Fancy, just a work truck...
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I still have to get some vinyl then I will post pictures of my work van.
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If you listen closely you can hear the gasoline being sucked out of the tank....


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