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Chris Bryant

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Posted: 03/06/12 07:02am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Talk about wild- the guy started with a GMC coach:
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Randy's Vision: Flash Gordon's Motorhome!
This 26' polished aluminum beauty features a flying bridge, complete with driving station
and room for 5 passengers on the roof.



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Posted numerous times before.


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First I seen it, that thing is way cool

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jauguston wrote:

Posted numerous times before.


Lots of new people,lots who didn't see it, it is really cool..Just don't look if you've seen it before.

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Posted: 03/06/12 10:41am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

See here for January's version of this post, and a another picture album. Apparently it sits in Jay Leno's garage.


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He rolled up next to us at the LTVA in Quartzsite. Really drew a crowd!




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Saw that at a gas station by 99 in Manteca a month or two ago. The pictures make it look a little bigger then it is. My crew cab long bed is aabout the same size as that.


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I haven't looked at the video yet- do the flying bridge controls actually work?

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Neat.....

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Bob Vaughn wrote:

Neat.....
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