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Mall crawler/towrig/or Pismo cruiser?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by fatbob, Feb 18, 2007.

  1. fatbob

    fatbob 1/2 ton status

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    mall crawler
     
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    like it or not, the is a hell of a lot of money and time into that thing
     
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    Mall crawler? I'm getting so tired of guys jumping to conclusions about trucks just because it isn't pictured with mud all over it or crawlin' on the rocks.
    Sure I could see it being a mall crawler but thats one heck of a truck man.

    IMO I'd vote Pismo cruiser...at least thats what it would be for around these parts...
     
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    rjfguitar 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    That is actually a pretty cool truck. He has terrible taste in music and the stereo, along with his tunes, belong in a Civic.

    Besides that I like it. The cheesy trophy truck front fenders could go by by for me, but I like the paint and looks like a fairly solid truck.

    Regardless if he wheels it or not (doesn't matter) it is still all put together and is a finished truck. Most of the new Gm's like that around here have some old D44 with no innerds, no front shat, no shocks, and just care about their cheese ball 20's.

    Heck, I applaud him for not using some 18-22" cheese ball wheel, infact his Weld Outbacks look really nice.
     
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    rjfguitar 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Completely agree, who cares where it's been, the point is it's a COMPLETE truck that was put together well. It is a full functioning 4 wheel drive that looks good and could really tear it up out in the dunes or what not.

    I think he deserves a cookie...:D
     
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    Damn thats a sweet lookin truck. Needs a set of TSLs or Boggers and I bet it would tear the hell outta some mudholes around here
     
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    That is a long ass truck. I like the work put into it, but would have liked to see a picture of the motor. I also think he needs a diffrent video to try and sell it, maybe some raunchy burn out or something.
     

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