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Old 11-23-2011, 10:57 AM
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I wish I had the time and money to bring it home.
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Another member posted the same link in a thread yesterday.For someone with the skills, money, and desire(pick any two)it would be a great,unique vehicle.
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Would that be called a "Side by Side"?
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I saw that after I posted it. I may go and take a look at it just for fun since it is here.
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I saw that after I posted it. I may go and take a look at it just for fun since it is here.
Post what you find out, maybe some more pictures. I wonder what engine is in it and what kinds shape the floor of the cab is in. My wife would kill me, but I kinda like the looks of the truck.
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I'll try to get down to see it, but with the holiday, the storage area may not be open until Monday. I know where they store these things and it is all fenced in and pretty secure and hard to get to unless they are open.
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