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Old 08-08-2014, 07:39 PM
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I need to stay off craigslist!!

I found this and it is soo cool, I'm afraid to call.....

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Call. He may have other parts..
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Wow! That's nice. I wonder what he is asking for it?
Although, as nice as the outside is, I would think the interior would have been a little cleaner. I wonder what engine he has in it?
It would be great for the Bob and Chris road trips, scout it out for one of them.
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Yes, What Joe just said. We need ta know this stuff.
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What the heck.... Call him!!! You wont find a nother one....
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This rig just came down off of E Bay. Think the starting bid was set at $10,000. No bidders! does look nice!
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You're wrong, it isn't cool. It's way beyond cool. Just call him. What could possibly go wrong?
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That is a damn nice find.
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Yes I called $12,000
Soooooo when will you go and get it and give us an update on all the details ????
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Out of pure curiosity, what's the attraction to these very big trucks? Do you use them for actual work, just like how they look, like working on them?

Can you easily insure them?
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