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Old December 4th, 2012, 03:25 PM
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Ebay green d90 for sale in Ketchum, anyone know it? SALDV2240VA108840

Hey, anyone know this car?
Item number:290822060937

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Land-...b6587b89#v4-36
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Old December 4th, 2012, 03:40 PM
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Little high in the price I would say...of course if he throws in that Wolf and 10 point buck...well you just never know!
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Old December 4th, 2012, 03:55 PM
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For $40K I would expect that he could find some center caps for the wheels and replace or remove the busted stock steps
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That and a can of black spray paint on the rear crossmember.
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Ketcum/Hailey/Sun Valley is in one of the wealthiest area codes in the country. Tom Hanks, the governator, etc all have excessively large cabins there.
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Old December 4th, 2012, 07:37 PM
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Little high in the price I would say...of course if he throws in that Wolf and 10 point buck...well you just never know!
Not to be picky, but out here in the West we refer to that as a "5-point buck"--or a 5X5 if there are 5 points on each side. Either way, it's more impressive than the 4X3 on my wall!

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Not to be picky, but out here in the West we refer to that as a "5-point buck"--or a 5X5 if there are 5 points on each side. Either way, it's more impressive than the 4X3 on my wall!

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Looks like a poster from the phone. Texas has much better ones than that. And it's 5 by 5 not 5x5 .
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Give Lyle Pearson Land Rover (Boise) a call. 1 208 377 3900. They are probably familiar with it.
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Looks like a poster from the phone. Texas has much better ones than that. And it's 5 by 5 not 5x5 .
Yes, cause tjfslaughter has the market on all things hunting on the source.

Idaho is a mulie first state, not a whitetail as in that photo....though the whitetail population has been exploding. Our ranch is full of Pope and Young bucks in the Idaho Panhandle.

I would think this fellow could park this truck in downtown Hailey and sell it for more than that to a kid. This is ECR's people there in the Wood River Valley.
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Yes, cause tjfslaughter has the market on all things hunting on the source.

Idaho is a mulie first state, not a whitetail as in that photo....though the whitetail population has been exploding. Our ranch is full of Pope and Young bucks in the Idaho Panhandle.

I would think this fellow could park this truck in downtown Hailey and sell it for more than that to a kid. This is ECR's people there in the Wood River Valley.
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I only help if the animal is within 50 feet of the road...on the uphill side.
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Ketcum/Hailey/Sun Valley is in one of the wealthiest area codes in the country. Tom Hanks, the governator, etc all have excessively large cabins there.
My ex-laws built a $2 mm house for $7 mm there. Must have been one happy builder. Never let an alcoholic handle change orders.
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Looks like a poster from the phone. Texas has much better ones than that. And it's 5 by 5 not 5x5 .
Not to belabor the point (OK, I will), but "5x5 and 5 by 5" are interchangeable. Check the home page of the D-90 Source--you will see reference to a company called "4x4 Adventure Gear."
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Not to belabor the point (OK, I will), but "5x5 and 5 by 5" are interchangeable. Check the home page of the D-90 Source--you will see reference to a company called "4x4 Adventure Gear."
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My ex-laws built a $2 mm house for $7 mm there. Must have been one happy builder. Never let an alcoholic handle change orders.
seems about right for the builders there in Wood River Valley.
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