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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
Thanks. I know what they look like, I just wanted to see that particular one.
Link in the post below to the "particular" one...
Gentlemen Jim package?
And his classy cousin.
I forgot about those models.
Stolen from the "Cars, Trucks, Bikes, ...... " thread.
I've been stuck driving the company Class B straight truck on occasion lately, 'cause they Covid-laid-off the regular driver. (And then he found another job. Good for him.)
My old, shot, knees would LOVE to be able to "use the side door".
Hell, I've been using the liftgate to get into the box when it's not at a dock.
NEVER let the company know you have a CDL if you Do Not want to do that stuff anymore.
[BTW: I could refuse, but my superiors & co-workers are all great. Just pitching in for a bit, to help keep the place up & running. I do reserve my Right To Bitch however.]
Pics of Big Blue to follow. So tired, hot, knee-sore, and sweaty I did not even think of taking any.
Sounds like a jobsite maxim I learned in WY: never let anyone see your concrete finishing tools, and if you do, disavow any knowledge of their use.
Or your drywall tools!
And, unless you want to do machine installs in Mexico or Korea, deny, deny, deny that you have a passport.
I like that-- good, honest, unadorned functionality.
Same here. The one in the pic is not mine, but I just bought one exactly like it. 6.5TD, NV4500 5 speed manual, utility bed. Former AT&T bucket truck.
I need a bucket truck............and a saw mill.
If I had one I'd have the other two.
That's in amazing shape for that price, and I'm not even a Mopar guy.
If 4 wheel drive I'd slurp that up like a slurppie on a sunny summers day!
Yeah, and it's screaming for a 383 and a set of Cragar SS Mags....