Super rare Hi-roof 80

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Almost 20" in Wyoming at the in-laws, 12" back here in Salt Lake City. Also learned that the 80 does GREAT on frozen highways, just don't think about stopping anytime soon.
 

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[quote author=Landpimp link=board=2;threadid=9279;start=msg80899#msg80899 date=1072564190]
and I expected an ad from Vintage Off Road :flipoff2:
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:D Me too!

Cory,
We got that much snow down south in Sandy... enough to overflow the bed of my Tacoma... and the cruiser... is parked in the yard.... in a 3' pile of snow... :D
 

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[quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=9279;start=msg80942#msg80942 date=1072573276]

The above photos are EXACTLY why I left that country 14 years ago...........[/quote]

I love the snow... we played all day yesterday in it and 10-15 of use are going to run some local trails tomorrow... :D

Where did you live up this way?
 
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Funny, I thought the same thing about high-roof about my 60 after I came out and saw 14 inches all over it and everything else. I don't mind the snow really that much, but I would prefer that I had a damn garage or even a car-port to park in/under... ::) Oh ya, and a f$%$^#@# snow-blower wouldn't be too bad either... :slap:

-Ferg-
 

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[quote author=cruiseroutfit link=board=2;threadid=9279;start=msg80963#msg80963 date=1072578675]

Where did you live up this way?
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SLC....32 years. Hit the NM state line and never looked back.

The only thing I miss, aside from family and friends, is bow hunting around Soldier creek reservoir in August.
 
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Where at in Wyoming? That's my old stomping grounds.

Mark
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[quote author=warpdriv link=board=2;threadid=9279;start=msg83897#msg83897 date=1073136819]
Tell us you just put it in low and shook off the snow. :beer:
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I'm a little embarrased to admit, but no, no such luck. I did put it in low and try to get out, but did have to dig. You must realize that my 80 sits on high OMEs and 35s, my wife there is standing on many several inches already. We got about 135" earlier last year.

Sadly, with fully inflated tires I was not able to back up, but WAS the first for many days to actually get out :)
 

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[quote author=Safado link=board=2;threadid=9279;start=msg84095#msg84095 date=1073168903]
IS THAT ARIZONA?
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Nope, Colorado. Though after this last summer in PHX, I'm sure to wish again for such cold and misery 8)
 

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