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Old 03-09-2004, 08:50 AM
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The ultimate boat under $1 Mill.
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Old 03-09-2004, 09:11 AM
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very cool
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Cool doesn't begin to tell all about this trip to Eliminator..... we were also interviewed by Powerboat Mag and we were invited ( & went with Bob Leach) to a Hot Boat photo shoot. Fountain38 was in the boat with Bob Leach & may be in the new Eliminator sales brochures!! Incredible trip!
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Where do you find a ramp for that thing, even if you got it in where would you park. I would have three, need one in MI also
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Wow, that setup is sick! Imagine cruising down the freeway and seeing THAT come by you!?!?

Instant woody!
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AUSOME!!!!
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Old 03-09-2004, 01:25 PM
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I have always wanted a Peterbilt for a tow vehicle. Here is a link for these conversions...

Lone Star Haulers

These are fantastic trucks, but they would require you to stop and wait in line at all of the weigh stations. If you were to go one step further and buy a toterhome, you could tag it as a private motorcoach and bypass the scales. Maybe there is a way around it with these Peterbilt conversions. I'm not sure, but if somebody wants to buy me one of these trucks I'll gladly find out!
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if you put private haul on it ,you don't have to stop.
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When we raced Sprint cars we ran simular rigs, set up with Motorhome tags and you don't even need CDL license
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DAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!
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