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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Dillinger, Mar 6, 2009.
Sorry boomers, but it had to be said!
The only Jeep I 've ever been interested in was the FC series.
I was walking around the cemetery today getting the place looking presentable for the new inhabitants and guess what I find hidden in the leaves
How fast your life can change:
crew cab boy will have to sell all his remaining assets to have a prospect of getting out of prison in this lifetime.
He managed to wreck 5 vehicles in addition to his own. More than likely some injuries and hopefully no deaths.
I'm thinking he was thinking about what were the problems in his life, which is why he ran the intersection and made problems in half a dozen other lives.
Name 3 Marty Robbins songs that dont end with somebody getting smoked
The cowboy in the continental suit
El paso city
In a 40 year career, tons of songs
My woman, my wife
I'm in the mood for love
Kuu ipo lani
My dream Jeep
Exactly what market was the original ad made for?
I see your FC-150 and raise:
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the browser is being very uncooperative. I will just leave you this:
I've always loved COEs.
if you were here, I could show you 3 48 Fords, a COE, a conventional cab, and a Marmon Herrington 4WD, all in an hours drive.
'48 - 50 are my favorite years for Ford trucks.
Thursday afternoon and evening in Lake Havasu City. There is a red Jeep COE that is a daily driver and shows up regularly. On the other end of the spectrum there was a Pantera De Tomaso last week.
Random? It happens every year about this time. Today is our 54th wedding anniversary.
The squirrels start hibernating when ol SRK walks into the woods with his .22, when he's got the 7mm they know they're safe so they go nuts
JTJ- Happy Anniversary!