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Posted: 11/28/19 04:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I saw this in How to Blow a Million Dollars the easy way. Pretty slick though.

Pardon me, just read the link. 7 million dollars! Cool but what a waste.


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Posted: 11/28/19 06:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just remember that he can't haul or tow more, even with added air bags, the door sticker says so.





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Posted: 11/28/19 07:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That someone could actually conceive and build a monster like that just blows my mind....>LOL!!!

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Limited to pull through sites! [emoticon][emoticon]


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romore wrote:

Neigbors would hate you pulling out at 6 a.m.


Especially after letting it idle for 30 minutes to build up air pressure...[emoticon]

Cool, but I'd hate to have to feed that thing.

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Completely over the top cool! Thanks for sharing. The fabrication skills and attention to detail is amazing.
But admittedly, if I had $7M burning a hole in my pocket, this would still be about the last way I'd spend it. I would have a personal semi tractor though, for those days that the 1 ton dually just wouldn't cut it....


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Posted: 11/28/19 12:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Love to bring that into my local DEQ - kinda like bring JAWS into the local taxidermist.


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Haven't heard from Supercharged in a while. Maybe he finally caved and went with a real supercharged truck?!

And here I thought my 02 Excursion had a terrible turning radius!


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p220sigman wrote:

romore wrote:

Neigbors would hate you pulling out at 6 a.m.


Especially after letting it idle for 30 minutes to build up air pressure...[emoticon]

Cool, but I'd hate to have to feed that thing.


I agree that it would be noisy but, it doesn't take 30 minutes to build up air pressure. Even on that truck.

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