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Old 04-30-2008, 10:19 PM
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Free Deer body hair: enough for at least 300 Snake Flies!

Just come pick it out of my radiator (which is now wrapped around my air-conditioner compressor...behind where the grill used to be).

Talk about 70 mph flying Ungulates.
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Nooooo no the Van? Please tell me it was your wifes car & not the Van with the beer fridge! Oh yeah! are you OK?
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Old 05-01-2008, 09:47 AM
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Warren, no not the van. It was the Sequoia. I've already flipped it for a Tundra; this was relatively easy to do, since I had the Sequoia taken to the collision shop at the dealer.
By the way, are you interested in buying the camper van; it's an AWD ?
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Old 05-01-2008, 09:55 AM
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Warren, no not the van. It was the Sequoia. I've already flipped it for a Tundra; this was relatively easy to do, since I had the Sequoia taken to the collision shop at the dealer.
By the way, are you interested in buying the camper van; it's an AWD ?

No No it is much better when you drive it! Besides I have the FWD Super Dodge W250 pick up. and it's paid for But I think I need a Subaru for fishing. Diesel fuel is getting dear
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No No it is much better when you drive it! Besides I have the FWD Super Dodge W250 pick up. and it's paid for But I think I need a Subaru for fishing. Diesel fuel is getting dear
Not if you've got a MacDonalds nearby. They give away what you need. Bio's the way to go. I have four friends that are using french fry oil in their VW's. One has fifty gallons stored. Odd smell coming out of those pipes. LOL!

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