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Old 03-11-2013, 03:37 PM   #71
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Guess, you got me there,
When they told me it was ugly and they wouldnt be caught dead in it, is when i came up with that.
hope that helps, good eye
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:59 PM   #72
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someone said a statement that included the word slob and snob in it and now my mind is churning... I'm thinking eventually a poem will pop out....
These threads about slobs and snobs perennially pop up.
But I have nothing to add... although I drive a nice little old out of date Honey with my honeybunch. Hope we see some Irv2 ers out at Yellowstone this summer!
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Old 03-11-2013, 11:11 PM   #73
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Our DSDP is now 11 years old and actually almost 12 model years. People think it's brand new because it's been kept up. Now I need to go knock the moss off it and get it polished up for the year. Would I like a new 43' DSDP? Well, yes, but since out old rig does everything we need/want why spend the money? It's not a matter of money either as our income, even after we retire, will be very healthy.
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Most do not frown.
I dont. I owned some.
Some may frown.
It does not matter.
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Old 03-12-2013, 05:11 AM   #75
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I've read through a lot of the Vintage and other threads just to see what kind of upgrades people have done. I find it quite interesting the level of knowledge and expertise that people have when working on their rigs. So you won't get a nose in the air from this person. More along the lines of that is "cool" or "awesome". Keep up the great work on all of it.
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Matter of fact, we are in Bullhead City AZ, and have never seen so many vintage rigs before! They run, they are so nicely retro-unique, and the folks are having fun!
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Matter of fact, we are in Bullhead City AZ, and have never seen so many vintage rigs before! They run, they are so nicely retro-unique, and the folks are having fun!
Bullhead City is a cool place. If I remember correctly it's right across the river from Laughlin. I used to drive up that way from Yuma quite often when I was stationed there. Love the desert SW.
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