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Thread: Look what followed me home yesterday, and Mom says I can keep it!

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    Default Look what followed me home yesterday, and Mom says I can keep it!



    Laid down $300.00 cash and drove it home--wadda ya think?

    '92 Cherokee Limited
    4.0
    Auto
    242 transfer case
    Power everything (including both leather seats)
    Remote start
    A/C

    Of course, there is a down side:













    So, it is getting stripped for parts--oh well!

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    Card board ducktape and a blue tarp and it would be just like brand new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976 View Post
    Card board ducktape and a blue tarp and it would be just like brand new.
    Ha ha--that brown is fibreglas cloth and the 5 gallons or so of resin that it looks like the previous owner stood back and threw at it--I take it autobody is not his day job

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    wow, is that roofing tar on there too???? im visioning a 6" lift and 33s... who cares what it looks like, just scrape it against some rocks a few times and itll take that right off
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    I'd swear I saw this jeep on e-bay motors a few years ago while searching for a 4x4 of my very own.

    Yeah, yeah, I included non-Fords in the search. But this is the only place you will EVER hear me admit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyTogether View Post
    I'd swear I saw this jeep on e-bay motors a few years ago while searching for a 4x4 of my very own.

    Yeah, yeah, I included non-Fords in the search. But this is the only place you will EVER hear me admit it.
    Holy old thread, Batman!

    Ha ha--it could have been!? Now whatever I didn't use or save has been crushed, recycled, and is probably part of a Ford bumper by now

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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team View Post
    Holy old thread, Batman!

    Ha ha--it could have been!? Now whatever I didn't use or save has been crushed, recycled, and is probably part of a Ford bumper by now
    True, true, but I have only been aware of ORCA since the last TL event. The recent newsletter made me aware of this section of the website (thanks Mediwisla!). Been doing a little reading on an otherwise lazy afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyTogether View Post
    True, true, but I have only been aware of ORCA since the last TL event. The recent newsletter made me aware of this section of the website (thanks Mediwisla!). Been doing a little reading on an otherwise lazy afternoon.
    Yes, we need more participation in this forum, and Ford folks are welcome. Prior to getting the Jeep, a full size Bronco was my off-roader of choice and I've got an Explorer axle in the Jeep. The Mid Coast Jeep and ORV club plans to wheel all winter--everyone (and all makes) welcome! www.midcoastjeep.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyTogether View Post
    True, true, but I have only been aware of ORCA since the last TL event. The recent newsletter made me aware of this section of the website (thanks Mediwisla!). Been doing a little reading on an otherwise lazy afternoon.
    Yeah, it's about time you starting speaking up...

    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team View Post
    The Mid Coast Jeep and ORV club plans to wheel all winter--everyone (and all makes) welcome!
    I call shotgun!!
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Paint that thing camo, put a geocahe sticker on it, bury it out in the woods someplace, put some junky old Ford parts Travel Bugs in it, and get us the coords.Name the cache the Team G Grunt Bucket!

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