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December 10, 2006


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nice job on the van blog, and the job itself.good to share construction best practices, and it looks like u have jammed it in there pretty good!
how much for the van?
my current girlfriend told me that if I buy a van, she is OUT (she obv does not sail!)
Kevin O
stmfd ct
long island boy originally

Hey Kevin,
My wife said if we bought the house she wanted that I could have a van, so that's how I solved the female aversion issue. IMPORTANT NOTE: My wife now loves the van...it's not an overstuffed, wet abused vehicle doing double duty (also she has her own car.) The passenger seat tilts back nicely, she has plenty of leg room, I put in a vanity mirror and a storage drawer for whatever she wants. She does sail occasionally.

Thanks for the kind words...if you ever get a van yourself get in touch with me and give you all the detail you want.

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    "It's good to have a shredmobile" my friend Caldwell said, so I made one. It's a Ford E150 cargo van done up with lumber and k-mart plastic boxes.