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Old 04-21-2016, 05:58 PM   #11
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Must be a full moon in St. Louis, because the vehicular weirdoes are coming out.

I photographed the truck/trailer last night going home, and the 1/4 body dually van thing this morning. Kinda wondering what I will see tonight..

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Wow, I have healthier wheels on a garden tractor. The van came out today since it was dry. Gotta be bummer in the rain.
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Old 04-22-2016, 12:20 AM   #12
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Full moon, baby. Full moon.

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Old 04-22-2016, 01:09 AM   #13
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Trailers hauling lawn equipment ~~ SC those, boat trailers, and contractor trailers do not have to be registered. Some of those trailers even have brake lights or any trailer lights. Never know when they are turning or stopping. Even more fun playing 'dodge 'em' after dark.
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Old 04-22-2016, 01:15 AM   #14
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Well we see this quite a bit around here.
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Old 04-22-2016, 06:08 AM   #15
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Must be a full moon in St. Louis, because the vehicular weirdoes are coming out.

I photographed the truck/trailer last night going home, and the 1/4 body dually van thing this morning. Kinda wondering what I will see tonight..

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Those thing are normal for around here You should see the really odd things ...............

Haven't seen it recently but at one time farmers around here would pick up an old school bus cut the main body off behind the driver and make a flat bed truck out of it for hauling hay. But back then a used school bus cost about $200 at auction.
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Well we see this quite a bit around here.
Yep saw a couple of those yesterday sitting along the road For Sale one was a 60's Chevy pickup bed. Very common but I'm not that far from you in Virginia.


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Old 04-22-2016, 07:16 AM   #17
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Those thing are normal for around here You should see the really odd things ...............

Haven't seen it recently but at one time farmers around here would pick up an old school bus cut the main body off behind the driver and make a flat bed truck out of it for hauling hay. But back then a used school bus cost about $200 at auction.
The tobacco farmers around here have started doing that for the last couple of years, except they cut the sides at the bottom of the windows so it's more of a "pick-up" .
Heck of a lot better than the trailers going down the road at 25 mph.
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Must be a full moon in St. Louis, because the vehicular weirdoes are coming out.

I photographed the truck/trailer last night going home, and the 1/4 body dually van thing this morning. Kinda wondering what I will see tonight..

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Your second photo reminded somewhat of what one my neighbor’s truck looked like when he was converting his very old Class C into a flatbed truck.

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Saw this on I-10 Thursday in LA
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