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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by rrmccabe, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. rrmccabe

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    Everyone needs a fun vehicle to haul their phantom around in... quickly.

    Here is my P2V+ transportation.

    Mileage is similar to the DJI.
     

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  2. nintendrone64

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    Really, dude?
     
  3. rrmccabe

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    Yep Really
     
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  5. rrmccabe

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    Disgusting anyone should be that rich.
    The last time I was at a nice small RC show, the cars and trucks with their trailers full of expensive RC equipment all looked so nice and new and bright and shinny, I was expecting them to request my '96, 220,000 mile van be parked away so it wouldn't degrade their nice toys.......
     
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    I won't be impressed until someone builds a retractable launch pad into their rig.
     
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    I saw one (online) a few weeks ago, wish I had saved the link. Big black pickup with a very trick extending launch pad + workbench.
     
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    Cool thread!

    I have a truck so I've thought it would be cool to have a power retractable bed cover and multiple Phantom launching stations.
     
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    Kinda like Twister! ;)
     
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    Here's my hauler. Your every day run of the mill F150. I was at the lake playing with the camera. Thought it looked cool.
     

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    That could be straight out of a marketing brochure, Catalina! Really nice job.
     
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    From the "other side of the fence," my Lexus.
    You should see my Beamer.
     

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    My Phantom hauler...

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    -slinger
     
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  15. rrmccabe

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    Laugh all you want. It hauls 4 comfortably, will pull a boat and runs 11's in the quarter. Not claiming its the fastest thing on the road but the fact it will outrun most "fast" street cars does make it "fun".
     
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    Here's mine, rescued her from an old farm field...

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  17. ProfessorStein

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    Oh. That's. Cool!
    Love it, Rustynuts.
     
  18. rrmccabe

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    Very cool Rustynuts !

    Guess no weight limit issues for you when hauling.
     
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    Let's see what you have that's faster. That's what I thought.
    That's a Trailblazer SS, 400 hp stock. If he's running 11's that one isn't stock. You have obviously never seen one of those actually run. There was a guy in Denver with a Trailblazer SS that would run low 10s on street tires. Bandimere is over 5,000 ft. elevation, that's impressive.
     
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