He buys big ass trucks, turns them into wreckers, and sends them out to the oil patch for his sons to run. Heavy recovery crew out of Ft. Mac.
Looks like its at K&L garage up Grand Lake Road. Al?
ps: Zombie apocalypse TV show idea - 'zombie truckers' - its basically just like clearing snow. Front end loader, a blower, and a bunch of dumps clean up the city. lol The noise attracts all the zombies from houses to the streets. Trucks are too tall to climb. Refuel from home heating tanks. Have one dump as 'shooter truck' for pesky Z's around the equipment when re-fueling. Can't beat standing in a mobile steel box 12' in the air for shooting zombies.
It sounds like it would work better than any clearing activities I've seen in movies! Sending out the municipal snow clearing crew just isn't deemed exciting by Hollywood directors!
Post by danodonn11 on Oct 18, 2014 18:42:03 GMT -4
Badass, but I'd take a Bobbed Deuce for a fraction of the price...
I'll have one before I die.
Last Edit: Oct 18, 2014 18:42:35 GMT -4 by danodonn11
2006 Subaru WRX and jeepless (for now) 2006 Rubicon, 4.0L, 6spd, 6" RC Long Arm lift(Bilstein 5100's), 285/75/16 IROK ND's, FabFour bumpers front and rear and an empty wallet. ----> Gone 2000 TJ Sport, 3.25" RC lift, MCE flat fenders, 285/75/16 BFG AT's on Moabs, Stock axles and open diffs. -----> GONE 1982 Chrysler Lebaron Medallion Edition... Not in my driveway but forever in my heart.
Post by C.B.RENEGADE on Oct 20, 2014 18:31:20 GMT -4
the oshkosh is at Robbies, it was supposed to get a flashy red paint job and sent out to Fort Mac. When he brought it across the border he had to get special permits to drive it on the road in New Brunswick. They told him he's not getting any more permits to drive it in that province again, it has to be floated! Not sure on the rules in Alberta, but it wouldn't make a very good tow truck if you couldn't drive it on the road. lol Cool rig tho
'95 Louisville Tandem
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