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    Nice garage man. Lovin' the toys too. I'll bet that pickle fork will give that Eliminator a run for it's $$$. Any mods on the Z? The GN speaks for itself, a great addition to ANY garage. Congrats and keep us posted!!!
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    Great garage! and House!
    I am also in vegas and ive also got one of those subies! lol.
    Seems like many people on here are from vegas.

    And being that thats all new if you need a Solar pool heater or solar electricity let me know i'll give you the L4P hook up!

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    Wow. When you see it with the cars inside you really get an idea of what 3k sq feet looks like! Huge! I love it.

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    Love the diversity of cars you have. Not to mention, the boats look awesome as well.


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    Like everyone else said. Love that garage and the toys! The house is tight as well! Congrats and enjoy bro!

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    https://www.luxury4play.com/garage/66...ml#post1109061

    here is a little of ours. Nice build!
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    That garage is awesome!!!! It literally devours my garage

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    Thanks for all the compliments! Still waiting to get a lift...been slacking haha

    Quote Originally Posted by RENNtech View Post
    Nice garage man. Lovin' the toys too. I'll bet that pickle fork will give that Eliminator a run for it's $$$. Any mods on the Z? The GN speaks for itself, a great addition to ANY garage. Congrats and keep us posted!!!
    Yeah, the Liberator pickle fork is supposed to go 105 mph, but I've only been in it at 95 mph (with one person and a couple tweaks, I think it could do it). The Z has a Basani exhaust and K&N intake ...possible supercharger/nitrous set-up in the future.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sikklightning View Post
    https://www.luxury4play.com/garage/66...ml#post1109061

    here is a little of ours. Nice build!
    Sick! You have quite the set-up, sir.

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    WOW, you're happening. Sick garage, I love this and what can I say about the toys. You have it all. The Grand National looks llike a mean machine, probably not stock...
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    Very nice!!! Room to add to the collection too ;-)
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