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Amazing! Simply amazing! That thing belongs in some type of museum, at minimum it belongs on Gumpy Old Men III

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I've got this thing about Minivans, I don't like them at all. But this one, yeah, I could see myself in that. Gonna need to get 4 wheel drive under it somehow.

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When I was kid,we fished Crystal Lake in Bville.There was a guy who fished the lake regularly who had a full size extend cargo van set up with 4 holes,a card table and a bunk in the far back.He would drive out and you would see the auger drop through the bottom of the van then the tubes went down and the guy never got out of the van!!

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Amazing!
That would be great. Drive out get set-up and drive away. Thats being mobile!

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A set of tracks underneath it and there wouldn't be any stopping you from out of the way places. Bill

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I once made a post about a vehicle I owned in the 70's. I kicked out the rusty old floor and would slide a stove pipe through the foorboard.
Back then fish houses were in thier infancy. The vehicle made for a warm day of mobile fishing on the ice....But the ride home was windy as heck if the floor mat wasn't secured down tight! grin.gif

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That kicks butt!! I was going to do that to an old conversion van I had.

Great idea!!

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