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Old 05-12-2012, 07:16 PM   #15
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... Also Id have to carry ground penetrating radar equipment to verify spots had enough material to support the 45K+++ worth of weight.

Sure...I know the real reason would be to try and find Jimmy Hoffa.
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If you win the lottery to buy one, you can also hire a full time driver.
have a friend whose business went bonkos. First he bought an 18 wheeler tractor with 53' custom featherlite nascar rig. Trailer was north of $220k but really well apointed. He stayed in it 1 night then handed it down to his "employees" who were traveling the country in it.
He bought a plane and trained to get his license. 3 weeks after his check ride he had a heart attack and the FAA pulled his license. He loved the plane so he hired a retired pilot to shuttle him around the country. Eventually updating his plane to something of the "jet set"
He owns a hanger in Oregon, Tx, FL, and KY. Funny he "forgets" which hanger has which vehicles when he lands...lol.
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have a friend whose business went bonkos. First he bought an 18 wheeler tractor with 53' custom featherlite nascar rig. Trailer was north of $220k but really well apointed. He stayed in it 1 night then handed it down to his "employees" who were traveling the country in it.
He bought a plane and trained to get his license. 3 weeks after his check ride he had a heart attack and the FAA pulled his license. He loved the plane so he hired a retired pilot to shuttle him around the country. Eventually updating his plane to something of the "jet set"
He owns a hanger in Oregon, Tx, FL, and KY. Funny he "forgets" which hanger has which vehicles when he lands...lol.
Now that's rough'n it right there!
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