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Old 05-19-2017, 07:43 AM   #351
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That guy is Soooo talented.. It would be a safe assumption..just sayin.. Lol.. He posts in a few Skoolie groups on fb.. Why I know what he's up been too.. I have been lurking a bit here.. Now that my bus in the front yard.. I'll be on here a lot more..

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Old 05-19-2017, 07:59 AM   #352
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I currently dislike the guy. Soon it will be unadulterated hatred. Jk. He makes things look too easy. When I get to the sheet metal cutting and forming I'll be swearing at him. How the hell did he do this free handed?!?!?! I can't get a straight line with an edge for a guide.

He doesn't do much INSIDE the box so when you said storage boxes, I immediately went to shipping containers and him building some 4,000 sq foot house complete with towers or something.

Guess maybe I should stalk him on FB then.
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:10 PM   #353
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I currently dislike the guy. Soon it will be unadulterated hatred. Jk. He makes things look too easy. When I get to the sheet metal cutting and forming I'll be swearing at him. How the hell did he do this free handed?!?!?! I can't get a straight line with an edge for a guide.

He doesn't do much INSIDE the box so when you said storage boxes, I immediately went to shipping containers and him building some 4,000 sq foot house complete with towers or something.

Guess maybe I should stalk him on FB then.
I love watchin him do his thing. He inspired a lot of my build. Awesome, humble, kind guy. Top notch people.
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:31 PM   #354
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I love watchin him do his thing. He inspired a lot of my build. Awesome, humble, kind guy. Top notch people.
He's probably the best guy in the world and humble as dirt but he doesn't have to make it look that easy. When I get there myself and the corners line up so that you can put a nickel thru it, I'm going to hate him. Especially when the nickel goes thru sideways!! I'd love to have him around even if he was just sitting on his butt drinking beer. Just to have him tell me where I'm screwing up.
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:19 PM   #355
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Hey Everyone.....Thanks so much for all the kind comments! I hope to get back on track here soon, Heck... my YouTube Channel is in dire need of a new video as well. Been working like crazy on Transcendence lately and have made some really great progress.

Anyhow...see you all soon!
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Old 09-12-2017, 11:23 PM   #356
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When you bought the bus and replaced the front axel and leaf springs... If I had to pay for that to be done, provided that I pay for the part pull... how much would that cost me?
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Old 11-24-2017, 08:40 PM   #357
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Hey everyone....been super busy lately working on Transcendence and making some very good progress. i'd say I'm about 85% complete now. Here's an update video on some of the progress that has been made in the recent past....
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