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Old 01-02-2015, 09:30 PM   #57
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Did you factor in new tires?

All that for $1K, by the time I'm done, I will have another $2500 into it, so for a little bit of work and $3500, I have a house that will go anywhere @ any time, at a fair price. We be happy! Wishing all a Happy New Year, and may it be a great one.

If the Apollo has been sitting for 14 years it's going to need tires before driving it anywhere. Did you factor in six new tires?

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Old 01-03-2015, 08:44 AM   #58
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Well, yes kind of,,The tires are old but like new, but because of age they will need replaced... Since I will most likely be swapping out the axles, along with the engine and trans, with that of the donor commercial vehicle, I may switch over to 22.5, and I have a friend in the commercial tire business that will cut me a deal, but I did figured $2600+. My main thing was to find a size, floor plan, and body style, and strength, to be able to take a licking and keep on ticking. Once I start working on it, it should take me about 2 months, to get is road ready, with all new drive train in place.

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