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Old 09-09-2010, 06:29 PM   #43
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Things are getting a little to much huggie touchie, feelie for my taste. How can there be a Camping at or seen at Walmart thread not have some honest to goodness outrage. There was too much warm hearted feeling pouring out for that guy with his plywood sided RV with it's bobbed exhaust pipe. In my opinion that guy with what looked like a broken down camper was infact a cleaverly diguised gettaway vehicle that could shed it's stealth like plywood panels at the pull of a lever. The tip off, to the trained eye, was the Glass pack muffler with that shorty stinger exhaust that was attached to a supercharged 454 with a nitrous boost. When he lays the hammer down he could burn rubber clean down to Burmingham.

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Old 09-09-2010, 06:40 PM   #44
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Humour is a lost art and too many people take life too seriously. I am sure that the chap that owns this covert speed machine would like a good laugh as much as we do, not at anyones expense but just a good laugh.


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Old 09-09-2010, 07:26 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by georgetown350 View Post
Nothing wrong with poking fun about the old rig but when you start complaining about losing your privilege to park at Walmart based on this guy parking his old rig ( maybe hes just shopping who knows or cares) at Walmart then you start getting into selfish territory.
What makes you think this one particular rig will interfere with others parking at Walmart? Have you not noticed the various ages and condition of other vehicles at Walmart and other stores, they need to shop just as well as someone in an expensive vehicle, just as this person needed a place to park and rest as do the owners of the more expensive RV's do.
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Old 09-09-2010, 07:38 PM   #46
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Do not judge. Years and years ago, I would have been glad to have this rig, now that I think about it, it looks kind of like my first rig.

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