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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Tash, Jun 19, 2005.
I'm so speechless I can barely type....
Doesn't beat my 1981 Aries K-car.
Wow! Nice. Who's is it?
Hell if I know, it was linked on Fark...
I think I saw that one on VH1. IIRC, it was Justin Timberlake's ( )
Well, the interior design fits the music...
I don't like it...I hate when people spend their money like that. Being humble is good.
If you acctually tour you might want it because anything less will be uncofterble and well hotels will be more expensive... for a band that is nation wide i dont see how that thing is bad...
Justin Timberlake imo should even be allowed to do "music" if you want to call it that... IMO that should be consider as Fraud...
Does it ever get a bit excessive though. This is just for 1 Person.
Like i said... he shouldnt even be allowed to perform...
When i look at that thing i picture a band of 4-5 people with friends (people helping out) so all together maybe 10-15 people on a bus touring?
Even someone like that looser i am sure would have more then 1 person in that bus... people who um... well in real band would tune instruments and such
doing crap like that...
in his case press play button...
If Martha Stewart had her own tour bus, that would be it.
I heard that's woodchuck's tour bus.
dude, Thats the nicest K ever! it looks to be in immaculate condition, sweet! Get spinners installed.
Doesn't the Dave Matthews Band use like 6 of those?
That wouldn't be the proverbial "VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER!" would it?
Yeah, with extra large toilet tanks.
These busses are rarely owned by the people that are inside them. Usually they are leased to them by companies that make it their business to do these types of things for high rollers. A bus like you are seeing here will set you back as much as $1 mil depending on the equipment and that's far too high for bands OR record companies to actually own. Let's keep in mind that the record co's are cheapskates to begin with. It's like bands not owning the sound equipment they use at every venue.
I do happen to know that the NASCAR teams often own their own buses and RV's. That's understandable with the tradition of taking their families with them on the road. They can also mitigate some of the costs of these vehicles by building quite a bit of the hardware and fixturing themselves to be just what they need. And if it breaks down, they've got some of the better mechanics available for doing the repair
Those big-ass RV's are only there to pass on the freeway.