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Thread: Winter Camp in the Pinyon Juniper Woodland

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    Lets hear about the old Dodge in the background. Im a sucker for old 4x4's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseapple View Post
    Lets hear about the old Dodge in the background. Im a sucker for old 4x4's.

    1974, Dodge Power Wagnon, 4x4, 1/2 T, 360, automatic, crew cab, short bed, leaf springs all around.

    Here is the truck before I took the camper off and replaced it with wood racks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foresterfrench View Post
    1974, Dodge Power Wagnon, 4x4, 1/2 T, 360, automatic, crew cab, short bed, leaf springs all around.

    Here is the truck before I took the camper off and replaced it with wood racks.

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    Awesome. Wish mine was an extended cab. Ive got an 82' regular cab. Pretty much the same drivetrain. I dont believe anybody has made a real truck since the mid-80's.

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    Sounds and looks like a great camping trip. I really need to get a winter setup so I can do some winter camping. I'm envious seeing all these pics... and wishing I had not sold my gear when I moved.

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    That looks like an awesome way to camp and enjoy the beauty of nature.
    I dont see any need to suffer while camping

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    Awesome trip and pictures! That is one area of Colorado I haven't been to yet. Looks like a beautiful area. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great pics of a wonderful trip. Thanks.

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