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  1. #1
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    Showroom trailer

    Finally warm enough to get it all lettered up.
    My wife is like 7' tall

    Time to market the hell out of this!




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    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    wow;;;; You must get alot of sells!!!!!!!!

  3. #3
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    Now that's impressive. Shouldn't there be aluminum inside that coil?

    Is this what you bring to all estimate calls?

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    Do you have a generator for that? Really impresive , i was an american Standard dealer for a few years so i know theres some cash sitting there , plus the wrap and trailer , very nice.
    Did you build this yourself?
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

  5. #5
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    Very professional and impressive.
    Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he eats for a lifetime.

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    I have two batteries and a large converter running the furnaces, let me tell you it was alot of fun trying to hook up a variable speed furnace thru "dirty" sine wave. It was doing all kind of goofy things.

    I did this on a shoe string budget, bought the trailer off Craigslist, did all the work myself.. there`s hours of polishing the stainless trailer alone.

    I`ve done a few estimates with it already and I plan to bring this to as many estimates as I can.. it blows people away and I hope it will be a good marketing tool.

    I do have to plan ahead thou .. make sure I can get out of a subdivision, with my extended van and this 25' trailer it`s quite a caravan

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    anyone disappointed that the blond is not the saleswoman?....open the doors and awww...where did she go? looks good....may be a little intimidating for some customers

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    That's an awful lot to be hauling around!

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    Awesome! Nice. I don't think you can underestimate the value of a first hand look or demonstration.
    Now, can you put in a kitchen table and chairs to write up that proposal?

    By the way, York offers a similar setup (aimed mostly at the distributors for events) to showcase the Affinity line in a dinky little trailer for a ton of money without the equipment or power.
    I think you did very well.
    You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotntired View Post
    Awesome! Nice. I don't think you can underestimate the value of a first hand look or demonstration.
    Now, can you put in a kitchen table and chairs to write up that proposal?
    When I turn on a regular single stage furnace blower and then compare it to a Variable Speed one.. it`s pretty priceless

    That table idea has been going thru my head too..

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    Okay, it says "Touch it, Feel it, Hear it, See it work" on the side, and you put a picture of your wife on the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesMech View Post
    Okay, it says "Touch it, Feel it, Hear it, See it work" on the side, and you put a picture of your wife on the back?
    Works fer me. Where do I sign up??

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    LOL
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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