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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mountainexplorer, Jan 14, 2007.
I'm starting to loose track. Oh, and there's a Suburban also parked out of the picture.
WOW! a new adiction?? sweet
You shouldnt rub it in.
I hate you.
you definately have issues,,, must have some pretty decent neighbors, heck, if i even have ONE vehicle that doesn't have a tag or something not technically legal,,,the neighbors here are calling the cops or the city on me...
I only have one inoperable vehicle that can be seen from the street and they still try to complain....
Your nabors must love you
i'm not. but first it was dana 60s, now crew cabs.i don't think they have meetings for those
Dude! People say I have a problem because I have a thing for Penguins (old cop trucks). Two and its a problem what you have is an adiction...
I think the # is somewhere around the number of middle fingers this post deserves...
I want a CC so bad I can taste it but it just doesn't make financial sense to commute 60 miles a day in one...
26 counting the burb
18! no wait 20! no wait... what was doing?
I guess counting the unseen Suburban it's 26 doors total.
I guess I have been lucky. The '91 GMC Crew Cab sat on the street motorless with expired Washington tabs for over a month and with the rear driveline visibly hanging down. The green flatbed has expired Idaho plates. The Red/White K20 has expired Oregon plates. The white flatbed has sat half torn apart and non-running for over a month in the driveway, and the blue '81 Crew Cab is motorless and has been non-running for 2.5 weeks in the driveway.
I just keep everything else shifted around all the time. The '91 Crew Cab went to be stored up north for now. Next to leave will be the white flatbed.
You forgot to count the garage doors, entry doors, and fuel filler doors......
I think I also saw an 8-track on the floor of the Doors.
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