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Old 01-27-2014, 08:50 PM
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I got to much equity in the wife to trade her now, so the truck is blue.
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After being divorced three times I think I'll paint mine Olive Drab.
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Someone should Photoshop that.

I agree. Bring on the Monkey face Bob or Doc?
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I agree. Bring on the Monkey face Bob or Doc?
See Doc, I told you in the other thread. You are now on the level of Bob with your photoshop skills.
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Well, I can attestt to the fact that a multicolored morphodite of a truck does nothing to attract the shiny young darlings.
Here we call a vehicle with different colored panels an "Eastern Kentucky Rally package."

(You have to be old enough to remember the mid-late seventies Rally Sport Camaro for that to make sense.)
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Well, I guess my truck color just ain't right, only half right......lol
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Well I was thinking of painting mine either gray or white... It would match my gray hair that way.....
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See Doc, I told you in the other thread. You are now on the level of Bob with your photoshop skills.
To save you all from Doc's newly acquired photoshop skills and post this. Now that would be a total babe magnet.
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To save you all from Doc's newly acquired photoshop skills and post this. Now that would be a total babe magnet.
No doubt. Just add excessively exposed grey chest hair, three pounds of gold jewelry, and enough Brut cologne to be flammable to really draw 'em in.
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To save you all from Doc's newly acquired photoshop skills and post this. Now that would be a total babe magnet.
I would have done a better job.
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My truck came from a prior owner black and green so I guess I only rate a 50% on the scale. My bald head will probably deduct another large percentage and if they could see my gut it would deduct more. I would have to go all black just to get up to average. At my age though it really doesn't matter if the truck was neon.
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Get the crayon box out and let's see what you got stethoscope boy!!!

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You know what they say, "Once you go black you never go back!"
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I'll keep trying.
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Thanks Bob. Now if that is 24 carrot gold than ya what a chick magnet Ehh?
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The only way I can see that being a chick magnet is if you lined the inside of the sheet metal with rare earth magnets and the chicks had iron block in their jean pockets.
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