quote:Micro: Blue Apple Shows, 3 rides even though the stuff is older than God it still looks new. Owned by the Legandary "Hot Dog Dave" I've know him for a long time and still don't know his last name.lol
quote:Small: The World Famous Bair Brothers Shows, 6 rides ( correct me if I am wrong Lance) The stuff very well maintained. The operation I strive to have. Very nice. Jim and Wes Bair the nicest guys you'll ever meet. Lance the biggest "smarta$$" there will ever be. He's a role model of mine.lol
quote:Mid-Sized: Triple Treat Shows, not sure how many pieces. But every piece is in "showroom" condition no matter what the age of it. Overall the most sought after show in Ohio. Owned by Jay Clements, very fanatical about keeping his stuff nice. Ever seen anyone clean the bottom of the ride fence?
quote:Big-Show: Bates Brothers, around 40 pieces. Being a factory sales rep. has it's advantages. Always has the newest rides out there.Every truck painted the same and I mean Every one of them from pick-ups to the semis. very cool.IMHO
quote:Originally posted by with-itBair, What is it with you guys and fire trucks? I do like that one better than the one you sold Eddie its a Miracle. these look like fire trucks. cant wait to see the refurb.
quote:How many of ya'll know what ride the light centerpiece came from?Da Bair
quote:Originally posted by Ohio RonEasy question Lance...Tilt.It looked good on there.
quote:Originally posted by 2ndgencarnieI will give the nod to Bair Bros. Shows as well for best small show, saw them several times this year and the stuff looked great. You couldn't ask for a better guy than Jim, as for Wes, never seen someone so obsessed with their MGR, and Lance, wel Lance is just lance. And they have a hot cousin, Ms. Fent, and i will she is now a switch hitter, even better![8D].As for The piece count on Triple Treat, currently 26, however Lance is trying to knock that down to 25 according to my sources.