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#120403 04/08/05 08:22 PM
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This is the van of a coworker / buddy. He was at the shop and ran over a can of blue spray paint.

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A trip to the body shop and it is all set now.


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#120404 04/08/05 10:08 PM
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Oach! Doh!


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My sincer appologies for taking such great pleasure from your friend's misfortune.

Dave

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I dropped a can of GM "Corporate Blue" spray paint in the shop myself, it ruptured and made quite a mess over anything in the area,my jeans were one causality. (The can was nearly full).

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I often use ground marking paint to do lay-out for all kinds of things. So I have a few in the van most times in a box. Turned quick one day, and knocked the box over as I was driving - 'Wow, I'm getting kinda dizzy...' Fortunately no real damage other than some possible brain cells. More fortunate that I usually don't drive too far.


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Is that a code compliant way of identifying a van?


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#120409 04/09/05 09:34 PM
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The person who had my old van before I did closed a can of white spary paint in the back door, it was rolling out as he closed the door. White spots on the bumper and a big spot out behind out shop. Luckly our vans al already white so it was not really noticeable.


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