the one with the most toys wins

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  1. Mar 10, 2010 #1

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    how about listing all of our toys? 2001 rm 250 dirt bike, two jet skis with trailer,one 2001 v star 1100 motorcycle,one 2004 hummer h2, one 2005 cadillac deville.
     
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    OK, I'll play. 08 Lexus, 05 Avalon, 03 Tacoma, 00 Harley, 90 Jeep YJ, 85 Jimmy, 01 Warlock World Class 25', 01 Tracker Pontoon 24', 06 Quad, 03 Quad, 06 EZ Go, 04 EZ Go....and nothing but flat tires and dead batteries!
     
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    Here we go... 06 F250 Crew Cab, 03 Explorer, 96 Ram 2500 crew truck, 90 Jeep YJ, 95 Celica, 05 Thor Wanderer 34' toy box 5th wheel, 93 Four Winns 21' open bow ski boat, 06 Sand Rail, 01 Quad, 95 Quad, 94 Quad, 07 Pit Bike....and just like Havasu nothing but flat tires and dead batteries!
     
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    Chris, Do you buy your fuel stabilizer by the quart or gallon?
     
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    I personely have none of these things. Every one beats me.
     
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    I'm not bragging, just complaining. All these toys were bought in the good times, when gas was less than $2.00, registration was inexpensive, and tires were cheaper. Now that I am retired and the kids have moved on, I have two choices. 1) Sell them for penneys on the dollar, thanks to the stupid economy, or 2) Hold onto them until we get a new president who can improve the economy!
     
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    HA I don't by fuel stabilizer I drain the tanks:p which is always good until you decide to use them and I have to pay to fill everything back up. I am just like you I bought them all when things were good and they are almost worthless right now so I just figure they are paid for so why not keep them? (Except for insurance and registration which keeps going up).
     
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    That's never going to happen. You are more responsible for the economy then he is( I mean the American consumer not you personally). He's just louder about it due to the TV with all the teleprompters.
     
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    I'm in the same boat with you on this one... I have a Jeep that I drive everyday, and a mountain bike... how bout THAT!!?!!?!! :)
     
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    That's right. At least, until all of this deficit spending catches up with us.
     
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    We have a lot of "fun stuff". But, no TOYS. All needed for work.....

    Just ask the IRS.

    Yep, even the boat. Have to entertain clients.:D:D:D

    And our dogs......advertising.;);)
     
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    ^ Wait... what?? That's a pretty awesome idea... How much to rent for the day?

    and why does it say Tater on the side?
     
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    I have nothing sitting in the driveway but the two trucks we use daily. All my "toys" are wood working tools in my shop. After retiring, I still have little time to use them, but they are there when I need them. Honestly, I spend more time cleaning surface rust off than actually using them.
    Dunbar, you need to post a picture of your Plumbing work truck. I have seen it and it is awesome.
     
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    I didn't even know such a thing existed. Is it evaporation based or is there refrigeration involved? Why does it say Tater?
     
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    $540/day for local events. Trying to get that truck into the Taste of Cincinnati for their 3 day event. 100,000 people will see that truck instantly.


    The new one or the old one? I just bought a 2010 Tundra recently.



    The fans with sunlight and micro-misting creates flash evaporation which reduces the temperature as much as 30 degrees, but many variables have to come into play to achieve that temperature drop.

    That truck, can be loaded up with park benches and literally become a inexpensive water park for people. Nothing better than koldbreeze on a hot summer day! :D

    "Tater" is one of 4 characters for the family of penguins that will be developed when I have the capital to introduce wearing apparel and short cartoon skits to get the masses involved with the idea.

    The truck came in 2nd place for a national contest for the best vehicle wrap design in 2008. Slideshow

    I'm so glad this company I dealt with got a lot of business out of the work they did. Sign of the Times
     
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    That slideshow was great! Out here in So. Cal. you could make a million....You should consider franchising!
     
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    Gonna update mine now.... It's been a while.

    06 F250 Crew Cab, 03 Explorer, 99 F350 standard cab 12' bed crew truck, 03 F250 Crew cab, 96 F250 Extra cab, 90 Jeep YJ, 05 Thor Wanderer 34' toy box 5th wheel, 93 Four Winns 21' open bow ski boat, 06 Sand Rail, 01 Quad, 95 Quad, 06 Polaris Ranger 6x6, 82 Honda 50cc moped....and just like Havasu nothing but flat tires and dead batteries!
     
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    Well you all beat me hands down. But I got a smart phone, does that count, ooh and a mountain bike, , , ,
     
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    I might as well join in since this thread has been refreshed. I have a 2004 Nissan Quest and a bad-ass 2009 Black and Decker toaster that can do toast and bagels as well as defrost frozen bread. My wishlist toy is a Glock 38 and a new lawnmower, but let's see how the new job works out before I get carried away.
     

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