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Discussion in 'PA- Keystone Cruisers' started by dci blair, Oct 31, 2016.
1979 gmc custom tow hauler
1979 gmc custom tow hauler
That thing is spceial.
Random series of events had led me to box seats in the Land Cruiser Club at Rockies Stadium. Needless to say, I'm pretyy exciting!
Gotta be better than watching these here Phils :-\
As a partial season ticket holder I know
I thought about this option for the Flyers but I just live too far away to commit to it.
Woody's roommate has this little gem
Jimny by YotaFun posted Aug 23, 2018 at 1:31 PM
Turbo by YotaFun posted Aug 23, 2018 at 1:31 PM
Mini Winch by YotaFun posted Aug 23, 2018 at 1:31 PM
Wood Bed by YotaFun posted Aug 23, 2018 at 1:31 PM
Tiny interior by YotaFun posted Aug 23, 2018 at 1:31 PM
@YotaFun love the hot sauce? In the center console. Love the air freshener even more!
Any fans of battle bots here?
I hadn’t seen that. Was waiting for Ivan Stewart to work some magic at the end.
Reminds me of that Offroad racing video game from when I was a kid when you would whip the steering wheel around to take the turns. I forget the name.
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road is based off of this type of Stadium Racing.
1985 Toyota Hilux Surf SSR
Friend sent me this today
That's awesome! I've been eyeing some 3rd gen Hilux surfs, I think I have 3 more years and I they should be eligible in Delaware.
Something for @brian and possibly others:
Eight or nine of these were built in the early 1900's and none remained. Kory Anderson decided about 2006 to take on a “seemingly impossible task to build the first brand-new Case 150 HP road locomotive since 1905.
After 12 years, he wrapped up his project and made its public unveiling at the James Valley Threshing Association’s annual show in Andover, South Dakota.
You can find more of the story on his Facebook page: Anderson Industries LLC
Not this past weekend, but the previous Friday we had some flash flooding. I was caught napping (literally) and got a call from my son that soccer practice was ending early and to come get him asap. Found the main road already closed and made it through a back road and up to the high school that is on the top of a large hill. Drive home was a mess with closed roads and cars getting stuck from people trying to go through water way too fast. Ended up having to use a a road I expected nobody to try because it's close to the river. Was sketchy, but no issues.
Not sure if it’s been discussed in here before or not, but if you have amazon fire tv there is a documentary called “trail hero” and it discusses some of the wheeling events out west. Mostly geared towards the Jeep crowd, but still worth a watch.
I’ll have to look into that show. Sounds like fun.