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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcarguy View Post
    Hmmmmm...a minivan on a lift in a man cave. Thatís just wrong on so many levels.
    Hey now, a lift would have REALLY helped if I had one when my Previa blew a head gasket!

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    van on a lift wrong?....No, it just shows he is secure in his masculinity.....lol

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    Using masculinity and mini van in the same...somewhere, thereís a law against such things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcarguy View Post
    Using masculinity and mini van in the same...somewhere, thereís a law against such things.
    back when i used to work in the trades i always used a minivan. i had a dodge that i could put 4 x 8 sheet goods flat in and it was totally nondescript, never got broken into by folks looking for tools. everyone used to make fun of me but in the end my vehicle was cheaper to run, easier to park, could fit more and longer stuff than pickups and nothing ever got stolen out of it.

    i will admit that it was a little awkward when i was courting so i bought a mustang for going out on the town.
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    Not sure why the picture in my original post isn't displaying, so here it is again:



    So, look - I reconstituted it:



    Even has the same engine!!
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