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  • An interesting project.

    Something new everyday......this is one was a little different.
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  • #2
    That is interesting, did they stand him back up once indoors or is it on its side to be repaired? Courious how they got him back up without tipping over.

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    • #3
      Hahaha as long as the money is green. It's fun to do something different every once in a while.
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      • #4

        An elephant on an A-frameā€¦I like it!
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        • #5
          How does he stay still for soo long?
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          • #6
            He is 12'7" high at the top of his ears We had to get him through a 10' high door to get him in the building. A bit of a challenge!
            I hate rude behavior in a man.....Won't tolerate it. Capt. Woodrow F. Call


            • #7
              interesting project

              Gotta agree, don't see something like that every day...
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              Oh yeah: GO BIG RED!