Sick of your Ranchero? Buy this!

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  1. 65restomod

    65restomod In Fourth Gear BRONZE MEMBER

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  2. RancheroRandy

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    Wide turns...!!! Perfect for Redneck events ;)
     
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    Couldn't be any worse than a 38' diesel pusher motor home. Doesn't have nearly as much height to worry about either. If you ever drove a semi-truck making wide turns should be second nature. Drive thru at the burger joints and party stores could be a challenge. Just like driving a big station wagon. bigboy.JPG
     
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    Dang ! Looks like Florida has some competition.
     
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    Some people should not own or drive long vehicles..
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    Had some of those in Seattle, a niece's friend rented one, got stuck on a very steep hill (if you know Seattle, all the major hospitals are located on Pill Hill, which is really steep!). She was fetching her BF from Harborview, and the idiot driver could not fathom how the hill's streets are laid across it. Took two tow trucks to unstick it, and I'm guessing a fistful of tickets to boot.
     
  9. plumcolr

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    In this youtube video, at about 2:15. Everyone was out, but - -

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  10. handy_andy_cv64

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    Man, some people are just so f&%king stupid--it takes well over a mile to stop a train, even if the train's brakes are in emergency, which means it's sliding flat spots into the wheels. The crossing light control box has an 800 number you call, and the dispatcher calls the train for them to stop. But you have to do it ASAP, as the more distance the train has to stop, the better.

    I'm amazed the limo didn't just split into two pieces. It certainly took out the crossing light stanchion!
     
  11. plumcolr

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    Slid real easy on them trax, dinnit?
     
  12. handy_andy_cv64

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    They always do! And so do the poor wheels of the entire train!
     

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