FIREPLACE MANTEL

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Roospike, Jul 20, 2006.

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  1. Roospike

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    Hey Roospike,

    When You get that baby installed, Call me for the party...
     
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    woooh thats the ugliest mantle i have ever seen, i must be to simple in my tastes. Thay guy has some high end auctions! I think i might bid on the lamborgini, that will make a great mountain commuter car.
     
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    Wow that things taller than my house. Lamborgini commuting through the mountains. All that comes to mind with that statement is Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn driving his Lamborgini through the Alps, that was some funny s***.
     
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    I'd rather have an L88 Vett Convertable with side pipes And a tanker truck to follow me around

    I'd buy it if I could figure how to get it inside the door I wonder what shipping and insurance would be?
     
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    Would you need a liner for that, or can it be used as-is? Or maybe it has no conduit at all and you'd have to go at it with the Sawzall.

    The bonus is that you can have yourself buried in it after you die.
     
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    Somebody has to email a question???? Cat or Non Cat?? Is it OPEC approved??? Does it have an outside air kit?
     
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    Where is the church organ that goes with it?
     
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