Comments on this rig?
Says it cost $800k to build.
Do you think there are 2 or 4 bucket seats in the cockpit?
Then it looks like there is a small boot that connects the cockpit to the toter portion...
The cab must tilt forward for engine access, yes?
The interior is a little wild for my taste but who knows...maybe with a few drinks and food, some music, chicks dancing, lights flashing...I'd feel like I was in a night club
The lightbulb just went on in my head...we'll do a group purchase, start a business as a portable gentlemens club...something like businessman Larry Flynt http://www.larryflynt.com/
of Hustler magazine would do. His website is clean with polictical views only.
Speaking of Larry Flynt, I saw him at an event in SF a few weeks ago as a guest speaker.
He's supposedly has spent somewhere around 25-50 million dollars of his own money on freedom of speech lawsuits against the government trying to suppress his magazines.
He has done a lot for the progression of free speech, magazines...
So next time you see a playboy type magazine, you can thank Larry for his help in making it available for you to look at. Without him, we'd be in the dark ages in so far as freedom of the press.
He comments here on how to become a millionaire.
HOW TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE
Last month, when I was reminiscing about how HUSTLER became the no-holds-barred publication it is, I said that the pages of HUSTLER were pretty tame-and circulation pretty flat-until I stopped listening to the people who were saying, "Larry, you can't do that." Once I began following my own instincts, sales took off and I became a millionaire. And that, I think, is a key secret to every person's success, be they male or female, banker or pornographer:Trust in your gut.
Of course there is a bit more to it than that. Along with a strong belief in your own inner voice, you also need laser-like focus combined with unwavering determination. There were times when I had to put it all on the line, my arrest on pornography charges in Cincinnati being one good example. If I had lost that case (which was overturned on appeal) I would have been facing 25 years in jail.
Considering how elusive the goal of success is for most people, the above formula may seem deceptively simple. It is simple. The hard part is sticking to it. You will encounter many distractions and many temptations to put your goal aside: The security of a job, a wife who wants kids, whatever. But if you hang in there, always following your vision, I have no doubt you will succeed. The only question to ask yourself is, how much are you willing to sacrifice to achieve this success?