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Old 02-11-2011, 11:49 PM
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Here's a few new pics from Yesterday.

First, up at the top of Howard Heights at the lookout. Pic courtesy of Girlfriend, Rachael ♥
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And a couple at Ediz Hook.
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And finally... the most random thing. A photo of me and Rachael driving around Lake Crescent headed toward Forks - which ended up in the local newspaper! I guess the picture was featured in an article about traffic counters on US 101 that Olympic National Park sets up to measure traffic along the road, which were found to be malfunctioning.
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Old 02-12-2011, 08:31 AM
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"If it flies, it dies!" That's classic!
Damn skippy.....swans, coots and cormorants beware! Man in blind has bad eyes...and shoots first.
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Damn skippy.....swans, coots and cormorants beware! Man in blind has bad eyes...and shoots first.
BAHAHAHA nice!
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here's my 86 f250 4x4 with a 351w
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:42 PM
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I know it's not a picture, but I couldn't resist, lol

YouTube - Bronco exhaust and walkaround
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I know it's not a picture, but I couldn't resist, lol
I like it!
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Old 02-26-2011, 08:17 PM
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Thanks! I was just a little bored on my day off and had my cell phone handy lol
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ok guys i got rid of the Ex and got a 04 SD 4dr 6.0L PSD 6 in lift with 35/12.50 but soon to have 37/13.50

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ok lets try this again

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Nice pics FordDude...makes me want to find a nice old Bronco like that with the I6.

GAF250_AF...your truck just proves that's the best looking truck Ford has made in years, IMO.

Here is my baby:
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:25 PM
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Nice pics FordDude...makes me want to find a nice old Bronco like that with the I6.

GAF250_AF...your truck just proves that's the best looking truck Ford has made in years, IMO.

Here is my baby:
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Thanks, onug. I have to say it was the find of a lifetime for me lol.

Here's the short version of the story. My little Plymouth commuter dropped the head gasket for the third time in a row, so I started looking for an F150 4x4 with a 300. This truck popped up in the newspaper, so I went for a look. First Bronco I'd ever seen with a manual transmission, and had a 300. Here's the part where I knew I was going home with it... 46,000 original miles. Original owner bought it brand new in '86, used it as his hunting rig and daily driver until he passed away in '96; his wife never sold it and it sat in the same spot in the garage until she passed in '06. Flippin' time capsule, I tell ya. Now it's got 97-some-odd thousand and still runs like a champ. Only major items I've had to put in it since I bought it is a water pump (after 2 weeks), ignition module, and a set of brakes. She's as reliable as a grandfather clock

I like your truck too! Wanna trade?
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GAWD those '05-'07 front ends are sexy. I like your truck, GAF250_AF... she'll look real nice on 37's.
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Took these this morning at 7mile. I got stuck in the most remote mud hole (so it seemed) sat around for a good 15min before some one came by and pulled me out. No more mud holes till I get a winch!
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Good thing it doesnt have carpet!
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Alright, here's a couple of mine. Most recent anyway.
You need some black wheels.

Here's mine, I call her whitey.
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Just another stock OBS PSD, nothing special.
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Here's my 93 Ranger XLT 4x4. It has the 4.0L V6, 5 speed manual, and lots of other goodies. Needs work, though!

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