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    Default Re: New build, a standrop....

    Quote Originally Posted by toedtoes View Post
    I think we need to setup a group discount and have you build one for each of us...

    I'm still recovering from this one. I did not add up the hours, but it was several hundred, for sure. I said I will never build another one, but I said that after the last one to. As time passes you forget what it takes to build these things.

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    Default Re: New build, a standrop....

    Quote Originally Posted by bluestar99 View Post
    I'm still recovering from this one. I did not add up the hours, but it was several hundred, for sure. I said I will never build another one, but I said that after the last one to. As time passes you forget what it takes to build these things.
    ah yes....the value of your labor in vs the value of your pleasure out. Hopefully you will end up with a large surplus of pleasure value.

    Looks fantastic-very functional. Count me in on the building one for each of us-I could never do this....I'm pretty sure I couldn't even construct a decent square box. Really nice work Bluestar. Enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by a65hoosier View Post
    ah yes....the value of your labor in vs the value of your pleasure out. Hopefully you will end up with a large surplus of pleasure value.

    Looks fantastic-very functional. Count me in on the building one for each of us-I could never do this....I'm pretty sure I couldn't even construct a decent square box. Really nice work Bluestar. Enjoy!
    Thanks , I will get plenty of pleasure time with this one. It's my 4th build and I felt like this at the end of each one. The teardrop in my avatar is my 3rd trailer and has well over 20K miles on it, so it gets used. This one should get used a lot too. I'm starting to retire so I'll have more time to travel. Being able to stand up inside and get dressed is such a luxury. I'll put you on the list if I make more. LOL

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    Default Re: New build, a standrop....

    Quote Originally Posted by bluestar99 View Post
    I'm still recovering from this one. I did not add up the hours, but it was several hundred, for sure. I said I will never build another one, but I said that after the last one to. As time passes you forget what it takes to build these things.
    That's been said about childbirth also...
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