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    Quote Originally Posted by werewolf won View Post
    ...I have a line on an International Scout, another favorite ride of mine...
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    I drive my dream. '82 Jeep Scrambler. Just like I bought it in '82.
    Suicidal lizards and barefoot worms.
    btw i got chiggers on my butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattnu View Post
    The old M35A2, deuce and a half, 6x6. Get all 6 wheels driving and they were almost unstoppable. Almost unsteerable too for that matter.
    For an old Deuce and a half I would go with ones thats been "Bobbed"

    YouTube - Bobbed Duece wheeling

    YouTube - M35A2 Bobbed Deuce And Half 1/2 outside Walk around 1

    YouTube - bobbed deuce & camo yota bogging
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    This is the way i roll into the bush
    and through the concrete jungle



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    So now I'm thinking these suggestions are all too practical and what I really need is

    YouTube - ARK II

    complete with a crew of "young people" and a chimp. Makes travel through the Planet of the Apes and MASH sets very easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by werewolf won View Post
    +1 on the Rover Defender. My friend has one, itís a sweet ride. A guy down the road from me has one rotting away in a field, he will not part with it, a shame to see it go that way. I have a line on an International Scout, another favorite ride of mine. That one has a complete spare engine in a crate ready to go. I currently drive a 2007 FJ Cruiser, that has never let me down in snow or mud, either, itís my daily drive so I donít want to abuse it too much, or modify it so that it would not be street legal.
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    So you're liking the new FJ, WW? I've had my eye on one since they came out but wasn't quite sure if they were like other mid-size SUVs - i.e. car-based.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anubis1335 View Post
    This is the way i roll into the bush
    and through the concrete jungle


    Pimpin the bush

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    The Landmaster from Damnation Alley was cool, it was an entire working vehicle...back before the days of CGI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sav View Post
    Land Rover Defender


    I used to work with my brother at this Custom truck shop in st. marys Ga a while ago, and the most common problems with land-rovers, even ones that are not modified is the drive train and the axles have have made them notorious for random drive train issues at inexplicable times, with the exception of the older ones, the jeep with its unibody to me is the safer bet, plus to raise it for better ground clearence you can scavenge leaf springs off other vehicles and make bastard packs for almost any jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarakian View Post
    The Landmaster from Damnation Alley was cool, it was an entire working vehicle...back before the days of CGI.
    We used to drive past that vehicle every Sunday on our route over the Barham pass into Hollywood.

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    Ever since they came up with this conversion I always wanted to build one. A bit out of my price range though.

    http://www.aev-conversions.com/gallery/album3.php

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