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  1. #21
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    I still prefer the old, iconic VW van:
    http://www.realclear.com/california/..._era_4548.html
    This belongs on the "Old School " thread.

  2. #22

    junk

    You couldn't sell me that front wheel drive dodge pos. A Ford econoline is really hard to beat and I'm not a ford fan. They can be aquired so cheap and customized. Now that 4x4 toyota RV is something to be ****ed with Jim!

  3. #23
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    Gotta agree Zombie surfer had the best ideas. Love the way those look. Be good for driving on the beaches down here.

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    One thing I always wish for is a place to change in Winter. When it's 30 degrees out and your hands are frozen it'd be nice to be able to change out of the wind, then kick back, watch a vid, wait for the tide/wind, etc. It'd be nice for the back to have a waterproof tray or mat. A place to put a fridge or cooler. Basically an RV but not so expensive.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    7 kids and you have time to troll this forum?

    be real dog
    metard - is that wisdom i see?

  6. #26
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    blacked out windows and a pot leaf graphic on the back, you won't have any hassles with this design.....smooth sailing!

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    Nice. I didn't know uncle Rico was a tiger fan. Go Clemson!

    Anyone seen the nissan nv1500. That's a van that I could see myself in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddy trailerpark View Post
    metard - is that wisdom i see?
    Ahmeenn, do the math. tard's got a point ...

  10. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfVanMan View Post
    Hi everyone, I am a surfer/windsurfer and I work for a company that builds custom vans on the RAM ProMaster chassis. Currently, we are only building luxury "conversion vans" and handicap accessible vans, but I am trying to get my boss to build a van specifically designed for surfing. He is not a surfer and does not realize that there is a demand for this type of van.

    I created a page on our website where you can tell us what kind of van you want built and what equipment you would include. My goal is to get surfers everywhere to fill out this form and convince my boss that we NEED to build this van! So follow the link below and lets make this happen. If he sees the demand, he will build the van!

    http://paulsherryconversionvans.com/...-promaster-van
    don't forget surf (ladder) racks. should be able to hold 10 sups. 10 lb's. 5 or 10 stuffed board bags.
    you don't want to look at a surf vehicle and…wonder…where the boards go (??).