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16 hours ago, Clunkmeister said:

The idea being a compressor on the bottom out of sight, and the generator right above, maintaining stock appearance. 
Notice the Chevrolet Silverado pickup on the rack, those piles of junk are my bread and butter. 

Steady there old chum, that "pile of junk" looks a LOT like a Ford p/u from where I'm sitting....:wacko:....? the very front fender looks doesn't have the Gold Bowtie look.. although I'm not or ever would argue, with you, and if it's your bread and butter, then the General is doing his best to keep you in business....:rofl::rofl:

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