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  1. #14
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    thats pretty sweet but why dont you have any contact info on it thats free advertising if you leave it parked somewhere. Rinnai has a pretty sweet one too with tankless water heaters they take to show off

  2. #15
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    Very Impressive. What did you use to polish the aluminum?

  3. #16
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    Now thats what you call thinking " Outside of the Box " I'm always thinking of creative ideas and this I haven't thought of.

    Imagine in the nice spring/summer days 70's parking this and have a sign up Free soda and hot dogs, out of hunger and free food who wouldn't stop by and who could not resist walking inside ?

    You could pull in 100 people and possibly hook at least 2-5 customers for a quote and close on 2-3 and have a customer for life and then let the snow ball effect roll on.......

    Just an Awesome idea !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I forgot my Pen !!!

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  4. #17
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    Dracorp; Rubbing Compound is the only thing that would take the oxidation off.
    JAH: This will always be pulled behind my van that has all the phone numbers, there will be more contact info on tthe back too for sure.

    Awesome: I already have it booked for a local Speed Shop open house

  5. #18
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    Any plans to add a generator and make the A/C units operational?
    Zach

  6. #19
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    Nice Looking

    I mean the Lady in the picture. I would be to occupied with her picture and not paying attention to you.
    Do it right the first time.

  7. #20
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    Looks sharp.

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by praha99 View Post
    Dracorp; Rubbing Compound is the only thing that would take the oxidation off.
    JAH: This will always be pulled behind my van that has all the phone numbers, there will be more contact info on tthe back too for sure.

    Awesome: I already have it booked for a local Speed Shop open house
    Would love to hear the results after the open house. Always thought about doing the same.
    Global Warming or: None like it hot
    No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater... than central air. -Dogma

  9. #22
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    Cool Impressive

    Thats very impressive Not Only the display but the thought,creativity, and Ingenuity that went into it you stated your wife feels 7' tall.... no wonder pretty smart thinking also putting her picture on it making her feel a part of everything so she doesn't hate the busiest of season time and not to mention the lifetime supply of "Brownie Points"... I sy again veryimpressive
    Last edited by Lone Eagle; 04-02-2009 at 11:30 PM. Reason: missed a word changing the meaning

  10. #23
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    Way to advertise with your wife like that! Sex does sell if your raking in the doe.
    Universal Technical Institute 2001 Alumni - Pheonix, AZ Campus

  11. #24
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    Wow, that is a very cool set up and show case!

    Do you have gas hooked up to the furnace?

  12. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayguy View Post
    Wow, that is a very cool set up and show case!

    Do you have gas hooked up to the furnace?
    If you look to the right of the furnaces there is a Propane jug
    I forgot my Pen !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Think of the old stuff as dumb and strong and the new stuff as smart but just not so tough.

  13. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by awsomeears View Post
    If you look to the right of the furnaces there is a Propane jug
    Oh... yeah! Guess there was too many shiny things in there!

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