It would be funny if I was the one who actually found him a truck. Line up reasons it won't work out:
1. It sold
2. Buyer is keeping it
3. Horsey only wants to pay 25,999 and the seller wants 26,000
4. Too much rust - legit
5. Horsey can't fly out this weekend as a dealership in New Jersey is having free test drives and otis smunkmeyer cookies
6. It turns out Horsey couldn't get financing. All his money is tied up in the bar he is opening in Hoboken - Blue Oyster
Originally Posted by DefenderPilot
Are there shocks that I can addjust up and down like my friends LX460? That would be very cool!
Already e-mailed the dude for more info on the swap and anti-lock. Anyone local who knows the guy or truck? PM me. I'll do some searching and see if it's come up on here in the past. Thanks again, Barry...now get back to doing whatever it is your company thinks they pay you for.
We might need to start a betting pool on the outcome of this one.
I am in... $20 says he does not buy it.
__________________ 1995 NAS Defender 90 AA Yellow #2986: Current
1993 NAS Defender 110 #375/500: Sold
1995 NAS Defender 90 Soft Top Beluga Black #2556: Sold
1991 Range Rover Hunter Green: Sold
1997 NAS Defender 90 Station Wagon Portofino Red #128: Sold
1993 NAS Defender 110 Beluga Black #215/500: sold
Originally Posted by Besides he will have a much better return on investment at his bar
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