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My new shooting vehicle

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by short shucker, Mar 29, 2010.

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  1. short shucker

    short shucker TS Member

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    Cadillac has seem fit to build my new shooting vehicle. Now I just have to figure out how to pay for it.

    It seats 4 comfortably and room for gear. It gets descent enough fuel economy and will be available as an automatic or manual. Did I mention it has a 556hp supercharged V8 so you'll never be late to a shoot. Ah, a Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon.


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  2. Jack Frost

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    I would be delighted to car pool with you. Will even pay for gas (I might regret that) but heck it's worth the luxury!

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  3. Uncle Sam

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    Shucker.....THAT is a Great Looking shoot-mobile!!! I would like to go for a ride in that baby!!!.....AND.... I will also kick in for fuel !!......Uncle Sam,Pa.
     
  4. short shucker

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    Just think of the fun you could have between shoots showing the tail lights to those "tuner" cars the kids play with these days.

    This car appeals to one of my golden rules, Too much is never enough!

    Jack & Uncle Sam,

    I'm affraid I'd have to charge admission if I bought one of those. That's probably the only way I could afford one. Lol.

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  5. H82MIS

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    Who built that??? O'numbnuts Motors????
     
  6. quartering

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    28 inch wheel rims, i assume
     
  7. short shucker

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    The factory 19" wheels will do. Tires may become a problem though, especially if one opt's for the manual transmission.

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  8. Chango2

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    Perfect car for shooting IF the gunclub has improved roads leading to the parking area. I know of one club in the greater Los Angeles area that has a wonderful "yesteryear" ambiance: One drives on a dirt graded path and sometimes through a running, albeit slowly running stream, to get to the parking area. The Caddy may not like that. Otherwise...perfect!!!
     
  9. CalvinMD

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    The only Caddie wagon I plan to ride in is black and will carry me in comfort to my final resting place....most likely sooner than later
     
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    Where do you put the dog crates?
     
  11. Craig12

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    Where is the "Thank you Obama" plate on the front. I had heard that all GM products would come out with them from the factory.
     
  12. shooter99

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    They only come with the 2012 Relect Obama sticker on the rear.
     
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    I'm not sure that rewarding Government Motors' ongoing failure and welfare reliance is the wise thing to do. After 30 continuous years of driving GM they are dead to me.

    -Gary
     
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