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I think I'd wake up in the middle of the night when nature called and forget which side of the tent had the ladder... or worse just forget I was 6 feet off the ground! ouch!
Quote from: MilesOfTexas on June 21, 2010, 01:00:16 PMI hope to have an FJ Cruiser by the end of the year, and then get one of these for it: http://www.autohome.it/file_gb/magg_extreme_forest.htmlUnclear, MOT, which one? The Green thingie on top or the one climbing in?
I hope to have an FJ Cruiser by the end of the year, and then get one of these for it: http://www.autohome.it/file_gb/magg_extreme_forest.html
I've found somthing to fix that, I can't handle dirt roads car of yours. :rollin
Quote from: 04LJ on June 20, 2010, 03:48:31 PMI've found somthing to fix that, I can't handle dirt roads car of yours. :rollinWow! Think of all the money they spent to make this an excellent example of a not-very-good off road vehicle. The same amount of total investment likely would have bought a real 4WD (and folks wouldn't point and laugh at it, either).This one goes in the 'Cash in wallet was a bigger number than IQ' column.
I think that same thing when I see a Dummer ... err Hummer H2.
Old is Good. Even with a few add-ons, it's still about a tenth of the price of a Hummer, and it loves those narrow two-track backroads.
I agree - heck of a good commercial. And maybe a good vehicle.But put in your mind's eye the vision of mesquite branches, ocotillo, and other denizens of the desert reaching out to caress the sides as you meander down a two track backroad.
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