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  1. #11
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    Congrats Kevin!
    you've worked your *** off for everything you have, and I'm glad to have been around for some of it. Even though I don't see ya'll as much anymore, I hope you realize if you ever need anything, all you have to do is call. I hope to see ya'll out there soon, but till then, take care, be safe, and have fun!!
    David Fray

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    Congratulations! It's awesome to hear that this indeed CAN be done after all of the people say, "it can't, you will never make enough to pay it back." Thank you for posting this!

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    Bumping this old thread just because it inspires me. Somehow, there's a way to do this.
    Someday, somehow, I will have a monster truck. Oh yes, I WILL have one.

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    like i said, he has a novel on his hands...
    monster truck fan for over 20 years. man i'm old.
    "Posts means nothing, it's all about knowledge."
    bacardi 151, 75% alcohol, 25% filler.
    "UGH, MY GOOD CHINA!" "dishes done."

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    Southern excitement, did u build the first truck or buy one along with a hauler? Does it run similar to a house or auto loan?

  6. #16
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    I bought a retired truck an rebuilt it. I got a different hauler and trailer and started from there. It was a 5 year SBA loan. Small buisness loan.
    :thumbsup:Kevin King
    Strait Jacket Monster Truck:yo::flagusa:

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    Where'd ur main income come from? Shows or u get sponsors and deals and such?

  8. #18
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    Booking shows was my income. I did the whole monster truck thing 100% I was deadicated to it and determined to make it work. There was a lot of times we struggled to pay the bills but we made it work.
    :thumbsup:Kevin King
    Strait Jacket Monster Truck:yo::flagusa:

  9. #19
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    http://www.racingjunk.com/Monster-Tr...peration-.html Looks like he is getting out or taking a brake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty View Post
    http://www.racingjunk.com/Monster-Tr...peration-.html Looks like he is getting out or taking a brake.
    Or building a better truck. He's keeping the body and name.

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