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Great Laugh!

Discussion in 'The Pool Room' started by Croozer, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. Croozer

    Croozer Well-Known Member

  2. jimdapom

    jimdapom Member

    That cost someone actual money to do that
  3. goldrush

    goldrush Moderator

  4. Belfy82

    Belfy82 Active Member

    Why would you?

    Too much money and not enough brains I would have to say, don't think too much of these great walls as it is but at least a standard one can hit "some" tracks.. What would you do with this???

    What a waste.

  5. cookie64

    cookie64 4x4 Earth Contributer

    Would dearly love to take it for a "test drive" across the Simpson :eek: :D:D:D:D:D

  6. Belfy82

    Belfy82 Active Member

    Just make sure you have someone follow you in your cruiser Cookie as you will need to be picked up 25klm's up the track :D

    Also be prepared for a fine for littering when you can't get it back out lol.

  7. cookie64

    cookie64 4x4 Earth Contributer

    LMFAO - too funny :D:D:D:D

    cheers needed that
  8. Belfy82

    Belfy82 Active Member

    Not to mention all the bits of plastic you would have to pick up on the way back also :D
  9. Belfy82

    Belfy82 Active Member

    Tried to sneak that last bit in before your reply there.. But you beet me to it. :eek:
  10. 03hilux

    03hilux 4x4 Earth Contributer

    At least if you got lost, you could follow the trail of broken fiberglass and plastic back to re trace your steps
  11. Belfy82

    Belfy82 Active Member

    LOL, better pack a backpack before the trip for all the bits, kinda reminds me of a story I've heard before all this.... It's all a bit Hansel and Grettel if you ask me.. Purposely leaving bits behind to find your way home. :D:D
  12. Moroh

    Moroh Member

    And I thought I had problems with my 4by with the Bullbar. :eek:

    Wonder why he's having troubles selling it. :p:)
  13. profoto

    profoto New Member

    You blokes have no taste:p
    I have seen some abominations but this one takes the cake.

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