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post #13336 of 41864 Old 07-01-2012, 06:23 PM
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This thing is kinda cool.......

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post #13337 of 41864 Old 07-01-2012, 09:05 PM
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Especially because it's nearly two hundred and forty years old! I knew jeep was first!

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post #13338 of 41864 Old 07-02-2012, 08:54 AM
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FYI for the two of you with the big FSJ wagons... There's one in the pic-a-part on boulder right now that didn't seem to be too extremely ripped apart yet. Obviously it wasn't pristine but there was quite a bit still salvageable if you're in needs of parts. I didn't really look it over but in passing it looked like quite a bit of the interior was still in it and engine compartment didn't look too trashed. This was yesterday morning... I was on the phone and not paying a whole lot of attention to details of it as I walked by it but it caught my eye. Figured it was worth tossing out the lead on. It was near the front of the jeep row I guess you'd say in the far back corner of the lot. It has the classy wood paneling!

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post #13339 of 41864 Old 07-02-2012, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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FYI for the two of you with the big FSJ wagons... There's one in the pic-a-part on boulder right now that didn't seem to be too extremely ripped apart yet. Obviously it wasn't pristine but there was quite a bit still salvageable if you're in needs of parts. I didn't really look it over but in passing it looked like quite a bit of the interior was still in it and engine compartment didn't look too trashed. This was yesterday morning... I was on the phone and not paying a whole lot of attention to details of it as I walked by it but it caught my eye. Figured it was worth tossing out the lead on. It was near the front of the jeep row I guess you'd say in the far back corner of the lot. It has the classy wood paneling!
Thanks for the heads up maybe ill swing by.

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post #13340 of 41864 Old 07-02-2012, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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post #13341 of 41864 Old 07-02-2012, 11:46 AM
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I am guessing that everyone is on vacation...

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Hey Vegas people, I'm looking for a family roll bar for my 88 yj, anyone have a lead on anything? Would be willing to swap my sport bar for one or just buy it outright. Thanks!

1988 YJ 2.5, again!
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I am guessing that everyone is on vacation...
Kinda. Found out my grandpa has prostate cancer so we headed up to caliente to see him. We might stay until the fourth. They have a parade and fire works done by the FD. It is usually a really good time. Got to love small towns.
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Kinda. Found out my grandpa has prostate cancer so we headed up to caliente to see him. We might stay until the fourth. They have a parade and fire works done by the FD. It is usually a really good time. Got to love small towns.
I like it up there.

I also like that its pronounced "cali-enty" not 'cal-e-ent-ay'

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I like it up there.

I also like that its pronounced "cali-enty" not 'cal-e-ent-ay'
Cause it's full of whities not brownies!

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post #13346 of 41864 Old 07-02-2012, 02:01 PM
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I like it up there.

I also like that its pronounced "cali-enty" not 'cal-e-ent-ay'
Darn straight. Drives me crazy just like Nevahda. it is awesome up there. We used to ride ATVs all over the place up there, you used to be able to ride them all over in town but they did away with that a fee yrs ago.
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I have only been up that way once. It did look really neat in the town area. Long sucky drive in the jeep though, esp if there is a head wind.

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I have only been up that way once. It did look really neat in the town area. Long sucky drive in the jeep though, esp if there is a head wind.
lol...i drove my wagoneer up to Ely and drove it out to Death Valley then up the a campground out there that was 24 miles from the main road.

You wanna talk about rides in jeeps....

no those were comfy though, the wagoneer is pretty good on the highway.

Worse jeep ride i ever did was in my 97 TJ from NH to Vegas. 4cyl...packed to the gills, no AC, in august.

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Kinda. Found out my grandpa has prostate cancer so we headed up to caliente to see him.
That sucks man, hope everything works out ok.
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Worse jeep ride i ever did was in my 97 TJ from NH to Vegas. 4cyl...packed to the gills, no AC, in august.
Were you high!? What were you thinking?? That must have been one heck of a miserable trip!
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