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January 13, 2011

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Jeff Donlan

He's smiling because he's stuck. I've met more than one four-wheeling addict who ventures out less for getting somewhere difficult and more for the difficulty in getting there. They love getting stuck; love the extrication. Look for a Jeep or Land Cruiser that's taller than it is long, laden with jacks, shovels, winches, chains, and racks of google-eyed searchlights. This guy would certainly own one today.

John F. Ptak

well, JD, you've got a strong point there. His vehicle though doesn't look very offroadable. Maybe that's even more to your point, going into the wild with your Renault Dauphine. OR going to the dunes in the '70 "super" beetle.

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