What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

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What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by jason » 07 Oct 2012 15:18

I've been at home working on stuff this weekend and I've had 3 dudes come down the driveway asking if I had any 510's for sale :shock: :lol: ! Of course anything's for sale, at my price, but, I have to spend an hour talking to each guy :evil: :roll: .... Oh and no, I won't sell it for $1000 because I just spent that much having the 5 speed rebuilt 8) :lol: !
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by tycot1 » 07 Oct 2012 15:36

jason you need a big, ugly snotty dog at the end of your driveway to keep people away.
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by jason » 07 Oct 2012 15:48

Well, I have an ugly snotty dog Tyson ;-)! I just gave up and came in to have lunch ...
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by Byron510 » 07 Oct 2012 23:24

jason wrote:Well, I have an ugly snotty dog Tyson ;-)! I just gave up and came in to have lunch ...

That's pretty funny Jason - omitting the big out of that equation. But I tend to agree, you need to get something with a bigger bark than Peanut – a bark that makes you chest vibrate. My father’s English Mastiff works pretty good for this – snarly, drooly and definitely BIG. :shock: And the breed doesn’t need a fence which is a bonus for you.

It’s the nice weather on a long weekend - brings out the looky loos - they worst guys to sell any car to.

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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by jason » 08 Oct 2012 08:43

Come a time I think I'll get a bigger dog, not just yet! I think the problem is when I'm outside working on a car, the looky loos will stop by to chat ....
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by joker72z » 08 Oct 2012 09:37

Jason, you need to get those buildings up so you can hide your stash of cars. This way you won't get bothered and you can keep them out of the elements.

Another option is a big gate and the end of your drive.
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by jason » 08 Oct 2012 10:02

Morning Chris! Yah, I need more room for sure. The gate will also happen, but, not until I re configure out here.
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Re: What's up with all the window shoppers this weekend?

Post by butters68 » 08 Oct 2012 12:12

i say make a draw bridge jason. :P
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