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    Custom van!!!

    This is an insulation guys van that gets a lot of work in our area, this is when he was at a 40 or so apartment complex that we are installing. Lol at least it runs.
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    We call them BEATERS......
    Good for him...I hope he makes enough money to replace the tape on the back windows.
    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by trouble time View Post
    We call them BEATERS......
    Good for him...I hope he makes enough money to replace the tape on the back windows.
    lol
    Nah, man....it ain't got enough RUST to qualify as a "beater"

    And, that back window has good R-value....
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    It's amazing, there are dings and dents all over this van but the hood ornament is untouched and shiny!

    Maybe he's restoring the van and thats where he started.
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    Now that is a custom rig
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    Van for sale:
    Clean, one owner, custom window tinting, and sliding door lock.
    low miles.

    lol

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    Looks about right.
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    At least the guy is working and not mooching off of our government.

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    It's a tract construction site, what do you expect?
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    At least it doesnt have a foamed-in door. Oh Damn! There it is..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kneehigh View Post
    At least the guy is working and not mooching off of our government.
    Roger that.
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    Some people just don't believe in replacing things if they still can be used . If this guy is just doing new construction and not any service calls , why replace the van if it runs ? It's not like he's using it to advertise like some contractors do . If it ain't broke , why fix it ? He probably gets a lot of work because he can keep his prices low because he's not making payments on a 30,000 dollar van

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    Quote Originally Posted by kneehigh View Post
    At least the guy is working and not mooching off of our government.
    You got that right.
    I remember a time when I had little money and couldn't afford much better, but I worked and advanced- so I can't judge this guy- he may end up rich one day.


    I still have an old worn 2000 chevy tracker I drive around sometimes. It runs a little rough and rattles some, but it's paid for and gets me where I'm going. People ask why I don't buy new. I could, but I like my little tracker and I don't need to impress those with 500 a month car payments. Besides, I don't worry about dings and dents and I work this car around the property hauling wood, limbs and other jobs.

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