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« Reply #45 on: November 23, 2012, 09:39:44 AM »

Jumps?  Back in 77 I knew a guy that did a 20' jump in a new 76 stepside Dodge Powerwagon ... Frame was OK, but he bent both diffs ... 

Once he bet a Jeep CJ7 that he could go anywhere the Jeep could go.  The Jeep took the $100 bet and drove for a day with the Powerwagon following him around.  Found a pair of tight trees and squeeze through.  "You'll never get through there," he said.  Guy I knew said it took him 5 times before he Rammed his way through ...  but he made it and collected the $100.

I asked him, "But didn't you wreck your new truck?" 

He said, "Only on the one side, I tore the rear stepside fender off and threw that back in the box."  "My Collision deductible is only $100 so it was actually free he said. 

I have seen a lot of weird stuff in my life, but I'm still meeting people that think totally different than what I think of as normal ...

Great Stories !!...

Dodges are tough as nails, I like buggin' OldColt, thats all..  (I've been a Dodge guy most of my life).
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« Reply #46 on: November 23, 2012, 11:19:40 AM »

Great Stories !!...

Dodges are tough as nails, I like buggin' OldColt, thats all..  (I've been a Dodge guy most of my life).

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« Reply #47 on: November 23, 2012, 11:29:24 PM »

I have been a Mopar guy all my life. 

I did have a Pontiac that wouln't start (for no reason at all) sometimes ...

And a couple of Fords

just to make sure that Dodge was best!
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