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Old 07-08-2014, 04:34 PM
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http://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/4556145632.html

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Old 07-08-2014, 04:51 PM
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I see remains of the bedside toolbox door embedded in the diamond plate in the bed floor, or what there is of a floor. Wonder what that is used for?!?!
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Old 07-08-2014, 04:58 PM
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I see remains of the bedside toolbox door embedded in the diamond plate in the bed floor, or what there is of a floor. Wonder what that is used for?!?!
Access to that quick change rear-end.

He even kept all the original safety equipment. The padded dash.
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Somebody kill that thing and put it out of its' misery.
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I would like to have a sit down and meet the owner, perhaps over a brew, certainly appears to be an interesting individual.
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Definitely wasn't thinking I'd see that as the truck when I clicked on the thread title. Some helmet had access to tools when they shouldn't of
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I would like to have a sit down and meet the owner, perhaps over a brew, certainly appears to be an interesting individual.
I don't think "Brew" is drug of choice for this individual.
And unless your a trained and skilled professional with advanced studies in "Mental Disorders" your not likely to achieve anything in a one time sit down with this patient,..... I mean individual.
From what I can see in the picture, he's only 2 feet tall, has one eye, wears a monocle, and has 4 fingers. This could explain a lot.
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Said that I imagine the sit down would be interesting, not that it would not be a challenge. The couple of craft IPA's would be for me, the seller can take what ever form of entertainment strikes their fancy.
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I said the sit down would be interesting not that it would not be a challenge. A couple of craft IPA's would be for me, the seller can bring what ever strikes their fancy. Besides, lived in SoCal until middle age where just about every sit down can become interesting.
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