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    Default Gas Powered Riding COOLER!

    You won't beleive this! Have you ever been to the races or to an outdoor concert or picnic where you had to lug your giant cooler around with you?

    Ever think about putting it on wheels and either attaching a gas or electric engine to it? Well, one company did.

    Check this out.



    http://cruzincooler.com/

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    I want one.

    Just right for the Burb, just put it in the back and if you run out of gas, you got your beer and a ride to the gas station.

    Technology is great, when it Works,
    And one Big Pain in the Ass When it Doesn’t.
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    haha sweet ;)

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    I think I've already helped sell a couple of these, I should get a commission.

    Now the question is this: Does the gas powered engine create enough heat to melt the ice?

    Steve
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    very cool, you could have one of those and then one of the motorized barstool versions.

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    There should be some races for these things. Of course, they only go 15 MPH. Maybe have a 7.5 mile race and let em go for like 30 minutes.
    John ~ New Mexico ~ It's all about the bowtie!
    2007 GMC Envoy & 2010 GMC Sierra

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    I talked with the people that run that company (business conversation). They're selling these things. It's a good novelty product that is probably fun to ride. Don't forget, 15 MPH is faster than most people can run.

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    Saw them at the Goodguys race last weekend. They were selling well. Didn't ask the price. They were cool

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    $449 for the electric and $499 for the 30cc gas powered model.

    The company that I work for was contacted by this company about our software, that's how I know about them. They've got a good idea, that's for sure.

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    Default RE: Gas Powered Riding COOLER!

    This still cracks me up.

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