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    APRS!
    Grant Hughes - 1985 Merkur XR$TI Group 5
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    Not a tow rig...but cheap and it has a turbo:

    http://www.awdpirates.net/forums/vie...p?f=45&t=29144

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    Tellin' ya, a Ford F350/450 diesel bambulance is the hot ticket. I'd have one but it won't clear my home garage door! Parking it in the shop would take up a bit too much room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveK View Post
    Actually, thats a pretty sweet deal. Dave let go halves on it when we're famous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miotch View Post
    Actually, thats a pretty sweet deal. Dave let go halves on it when we're famous.
    If we're famous, we should just do the nicer one....there's a bunch of these things for sale on that website. Even found one with larger-than-lifesize pics of chevy powered indy cars on the side. I figure we need to be able to hold at least 3 cars. The two rally cars and a similarly prepped recce car (mitsu of course).

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    Why stop at 3. If your famous just get a 12 car hauler with 8 rally cars and four service vans. Then get a rock star style tour bus to haul your team of 36 to the events.
    One service van per two cars.
    Two service guys per rally car.
    Two floater service guys. Jump to whatever team needs them or is in service at that time.
    One team food person. Makes sandwiches, reservations, buys beer, etc.
    One team manager. Coordinate the whole ordeal.
    Oh, and I suppose we'd need two drivers for each vehicle. Better make it three drivers, one for the hauler, two for the tour bus, so we can drive straight through to the rally.
    So that makes a total of 39 people needed. And an annual budget of $$$$$
    Grant Hughes - 1985 Merkur XR$TI Group 5
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveK View Post
    Not a tow rig...but cheap and it has a turbo:

    http://www.awdpirates.net/forums/vie...p?f=45&t=29144
    Too bad that GC is an auto.
    Mike Kilpatrick

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