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rickmolloy

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Redmond, WA 98052, USA
First Name
Rick
Last Name
Molloy
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18870

Thanks, I like it *a lot* it makes me happy every time I drive it - the first owner drove it from u.k. to South Africa - the second owner drove it across the U.S. (and replaced the power train so it’s newish).

I’m just planning on toodling around the state... and I will wash it and wax it soon, but no worries it will get dirty right away again because it’s about a 3 mile drive down a gravel road to get to the farm.

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Dodg3Ram

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Contributor I

233
Chehalis, WA, USA
First Name
Seth
Last Name
Ward
Member #

18136

My ride is 1997 Dodge ram 1500. I was actually lucky enough to. To trade my first car A 5 speed white Jetta to my mother when I graduated High school for this truck. The truck now has over 300,000 miles. But I fully trust this truck to get me just about any where I need to go. First image is me shortly after I got the truck. Now it's just been a work in progress. But I absolutely love this truck
 

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MetalMatt1776

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233
Lexington, OK, USA
First Name
Matthew
Last Name
Linthicum
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18199

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2002 F250
Primary mods it has is a 4" lift made from PMF and Zone parts, 35" At3w's and underbody armor. Future mods will be slow, but I am currently accumulating parts for a 12v Cummins swap. It gets most of its trail time in SE OK., but I am planning on a trip through Arizona and Utah later this summer.
 

Lanlubber

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Traveler III

2,327
Mimbres, NM, USA
Member #

16986

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none - BREAKER BREAKER HAND HELD CB AND WALKIE TALKIE
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2002 F250
Primary mods it has is a 4" lift made from PMF and Zone parts, 35" At3w's and underbody armor. Future mods will be slow, but I am currently accumulating parts for a 12v Cummins swap. It gets most of its trail time in SE OK., but I am planning on a trip through Arizona and Utah later this summer.
Welcome, you have some pretty ambitious goals ahead that would hurt anyone's pocket book. The way I look at my rig is that it is an investment in my future off roading experiences. I will never sell my rig no matter how old it gets. Waste not want not....HUH
 
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Lanlubber

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Traveler III

2,327
Mimbres, NM, USA
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16986

Ham Callsign
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I call that a great overlander.
Lots of patina.
Not some princess covered in chrome and shiny paint and driven by someone to anal to get it dirty.
DITTO, ANAL ??? IS THAT WHY SOME PEOPLE DON'T GET THEM DIRTY. I ALWAYS WONDER ABOUT THAT !!
 

Lanlubber

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2,327
Mimbres, NM, USA
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16986

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none - BREAKER BREAKER HAND HELD CB AND WALKIE TALKIE
I moved to Germany 7 years ago, finally fulfilled my dream of owning a Hilux. On a mission to be long haul ready for a trip from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic through the Pyrenees mountains bordering Spain and France. Soon!View attachment 100157
What a way to go. Thumbs up, be safe in your travels.
 

Lanlubber

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2,327
Mimbres, NM, USA
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16986

Ham Callsign
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Great portfolio, obviously great company on your outings. Thanks for sharing, I stayed home all weekend because there was a thousand bad ass motorcyclist who came to town and took it over. I think they called themselves the "Banditos", a largely drug cartel group of "la Raza" activist.
Here's my rides stop me and say hi if we meet on the trail
Good chance we will meet up, I plan some trips to Az in the fall if everything works out. I'm just right next door. Didn't want the crowded conditions at flagstaff recently so will make it later minus the Expo. fiasco !
 
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Cpol

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3,127
Jackson Heights, Queens, NY, USA
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14325

Great portfolio, obviously great company on your outings. Thanks for sharing, I stayed home all weekend because there was a thousand bad ass motorcyclist who came to town and took it over. I think they called themselves the "Banditos", a largely drug cartel group of "la Raza" activist.

Good chance we will meet up, I plan some trips to Az in the fall if everything works out. I'm just right next door. Didn't want the crowded conditions at flagstaff recently so will make it later minus the Expo. fiasco !
Keep me posted when you out and about on the east
 

Lanlubber

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Traveler III

2,327
Mimbres, NM, USA
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16986

Ham Callsign
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My JK Rubicon. Overlanding in a 2 Door is space challenging but lets me get places 4 doors struggle to fit.View attachment 102685View attachment 102686
You'll change your mind when you have a wife and 2-3 kids. Plus you wont go the same places you do now out of concern for them and their welfare. Stay single is my advise if you want a jeep 2 door.
 
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