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Old 07-13-2018, 04:45 PM
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So sorry to hear this. My sincerest condolences to you and your family. You done good by him, and knowing he's at peace is okay. Take care and best wishes.
 
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Old 07-14-2018, 07:17 PM
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Bio- I am so sorry. Today is the first time I have been reading this 68 page thread and was amazed and having fun reading it an seeing the awesome work done. Now I feel so bad for you and the family. Your brother is in a better place. I can't imagine losing a best friend like him. Our condolences.
 
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Saw this today and thought of this thread. I actually drove through Missouri on the way to Chicago a week and a half ago and was secretly hoping I would see the limo driving around. I followed this guy today in my wimpy 4 door SD and took a picture, telling him of this forum and this awesome thread.

My condolences about your brother but I am glad his pain is over.

 
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Old 07-14-2018, 11:18 PM
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Thank you guys!

We lost our father to cancer when I was 15 years old, so this ordeal has seemed all too familiar. When my father passed, I was filled with confusion, anger, and darkness. Now i feel peace diluted with pain. Perhaps over the years i may have started to become a well-adjusted adult?

Knowing that The Redneck Limousine is going to be performing a very special duty next week, I decided to keep myself busy tieing up loose ends.

I finally got the front fender flares trimmed and installed! It looks fabulous!





 
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Old 07-14-2018, 11:22 PM
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The guys that interviewed my 2 brothers and I last summer heard about Jared's passing, so they quickly edited a little memorial with the footage! Every time i watch this, my eyes leak for some reason.


I'm having trouble embedding the video. I'll have to try something else.
 
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Bio,
Sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts. Just know that he lives on in your heart and, in your case, in this special truck.

I wish I either lived closer or had more time. I would love to escort you, your brother, and that truck back home. It's the best offer I could make and the least that many of us could do.
 
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Sorry to hear of your loss, Bio.
 
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Sorry for your loss, Bio

But his suffering is indeed over, and his pain is gone. He now enjoys the company of your father, and our eternal father
 
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Well...

I think I'm as ready as can be for this road trip. I bought a cheap, dusty, used cap. My vanity was initially hounding me about the mismatched color, but after getting the whole truck detailed (the first detail since the build), I'm digging the grey with the black.


My family asked me to speak at the funeral tomorrow because we were so close. I've never spoken at a funeral before, and I've never spoken at my own brother's funeral, so I'm pretty lost at how to proceed. I think I'll just tell stories about growing up together, and maybe I'll tell some of the previously undisclosed indiscretions, since I think the statute of limitations is up!
 
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First of all, my deepest sympathies to you and the family. Losing loved ones is never easy and it always takes its toll on you leaving behind scars...which will heal in time.

That said, remember him as he was, as he lived. Tell the stories and keep the good memories alive.
 
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I FINALLY got a few spare hours today, so I poked the holes in the C-pillars for the sunroof drain tubes. Once I got the hoses run out the bottom, and trimmed, I installed the C-pillar plastics. Then I finished installing all of the grab handles. The interior went from looking like a project to looking like a vehicle that was intentionally built that way!
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