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Andy from Indiana is his 1965 M-715
Taken at The Badlands ORV Park, Attica, Indiana
Yes, we got it out without any damage. in the photo I shut it off as engine oil was coming out of the valve cover, you can see it floating on the water. (BUMMER) we hooked up a buddys bronco to my 40' strap and his 20' to try and get him on drier ground, dumped in 3 qts of extra oil, threw it in reverse, hi range, dropped the clutch, yanked, and (according to witnesses) the entire truck jumped back out of the hole about 3 ft off the ground! WHEE!! The right front tire NEVER touched anything in that deep rut....
When I was a kid, the deeped I ever got one of our toys stuck. Was the "California" bug and I got her stuck upto the windows in a mud hole at the top of Sumas Mountain ... There is a subdivision there now
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