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07 level II YELLOW submarine




Rock Auto 5% Discount Code: F9A1A579ACFAD1: October 1st, 2021

Grumpaw

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I don't count birthday's anymore...just happy to be looking down at the ground instead of looking up
Can you say "BANANA".....
 

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The wind today is blowing every leaf & sand particle for miles exactly between my tires. Plus the last shock just showed up, But I did spend $100 at the auto partz store. Plugs, wires & rad cap. This is the thing....it has 140,000 miles on it. I'm sure when the entire thing shakes it's self to death, the insurance company will ask me if I want to buy back what's left.

My '07 takes the big 9 inch badge on the front & rear but thanks Eric just the same. That one should make a good belt buckle. The 4 inch one allows for more cooling to enter the radiator. Should be the mod. More soon.

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My '07 takes the big 9 inch badge on the front & rear but thanks Eric just the same. That one should make a good belt buckle
Plan is to put it on a toolbox. Somebody had removed it at the junk yard and left it laying on a radiator support. All I had to do was pick it up.
 

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It's up there.
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It's down there.
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Plan is to put it on a toolbox. Somebody had removed it at the junk yard and left it laying on a radiator support. All I had to do was pick it up.
It probably had some poo on it. Go wash your hands...
 

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when I'm finally done with thing, or just have some breathing room, I may dig me up a tweety bird sticker. Edit.....How will anyone see the darned bird, he's YELLOW!

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I don't count birthday's anymore...just happy to be looking down at the ground instead of looking up
You need these.....;missingteeth;
 

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I lived in a black submarine. Not quite as entertaining.
 

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~~~~~~~~~captain, captain~~~~~~~~~

OK, OK, I just ordered a snorkel!
 

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@MaicoDoug Please DO NOT put tweety bird on your truck. Every yellow vehicle in the world has had a tweety bird sticker at least once in it's life. Break the Cycle. Be original and find a DIFFERENT yellow Icon to emblazon your vehicle. There are Minions (still a little silly), Sponge BOB Squarepants, Pikachu, Bart Simpson ( or Homer), Big Bird, The DOG from "Adventure Time", a bumble bee. Please, anything but Tweety. Unless of course you put Conway Tweety in the CD player.
 

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I'd be looking for a yellow submarine sticker. Surely someone makes one.
 

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Dole banana stickers.
 


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