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Old 07-16-2016, 07:26 PM   #15
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Sometimes you feel like a nut; sometimes you don't......
I thought that only worked for almonds...
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You may be nuts to buy a legume... But go ahead if you've got the beans.
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I want to see the interior
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Old 07-16-2016, 08:40 PM   #19
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I think I'm going to get this instead.


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Saw the wienermobile with my daughter at a truck stop in Wyoming a few years ago
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Well it looks like it was built for the 100 anniversary. The price will drop substantially next year as it will not be relevant.
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The police had a wiener mobile pulled over in Nashville Tennis one time when I went thru there. I thought tough cops, until on the same trip on IS 55 in Illinois I saw a dozen State Police surrounding a crop duster on the south bound lane. My first thought was how did they do that!
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Dusters are another breed. There were dusters next to the hanger I was taking flying lessons. One day on of them came back with the end of the wing crunched.


There was a power line at the end of the field. They would fly under the line so they got the complete/best coverage at the end of the field. They would skid the plane if there was a power pole in the way. Apparently the skid was not quite enough and the pilot clipped the pole.
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I think I'm going to get this instead.



Yup, I would choose that one also! I like hot dogs much better than peanuts!
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That is just the most recent version...here is MotorWeek's visit of a previous version.
And probably just like the old one, it's a Front Engine Diesel (Isuzu) - look at those 6 lug wheels.



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