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  • Birthday 10/17/1974

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    Orange, CA

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    Glamis Flats & wash 6
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    Rhino (what's left of it) and Beat up Harley RK

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  1. These have to be spoken for by now ...... let me know if there avail ??
  2. I’ll take them and pick them up.
  3. Good to know. I’ll be using Ramps after hearing that info 👍
  4. One step closer until I’m sitting behind the wheel of my new Jeep. Transaction closed this week and my brother picked it up and holding until I can drive up to Carson City next weekend.
  5. Original 1931 Ford Model A ,NO RUST , NO DENTS , This cab is in Xlnt Condition.Original CA Car , Been stored indoors under 2 car covers in cool California climate , Not by the beach and not in the desert.I have lots of trim pieces , window cranks and railings, Door Handles, front windshield frame (glass is broken) and pop out assembly. Dash gauge cluster with gauge. , Headlight housings and glass.The wood roof is original and not broken. All body panels are original.This car is on XLNT Cond for its age. VERY Minimal work before paint.These cabs are very rare to find in this type of condition.Pink slip in hand , CA titled with Non-Opp from CA DMVwill come with a custom cab dolly with casters to transport and move around your garage.I can help with local transporting. $5,000. FIRM
  6. DO people say that same stupid quote when people buy big expensive houses ? or does it only apply to vehicles ? 🤔😉
  7. Great info Rockwood. Thanks 👍. Also good math on the gearing and speed. Old owner said he drove on highway at 50mph in 2 high no problem. he said he wouldn’t recommend the Jeep be a daily commuter on the highway though 😂. It was built to hit all the comp lines at all the big crawler locations. It’s tackled Moab , Fordyce, Moonrocks KOH and rubicon. And hit all the comp lines with ease. Ya I was actually looking at 2 seat buggies so the ca plate wasn’t really a factor. I already planned on trailering to the desert. It’s a toy and it’s gonna break. Hard to drive the motorhome and the Jeep at the same time for weekend get always so trailering was always the plan I was watching some big bear trails on YouTube and ya they looked pretty weak for this caliber of crawler. But still would be cool to go and do it at least once. Close and cool weather. Id love to go to Moab. I’ll mostly be going to Johnson valley , calico and ocotillo. FB8A53AB-FD55-47B1-A9DA-29E2D02D6407.mp4
  8. Yes it’s plated and street legal in NV and will stay registered in Nevada since my brother lives there. Kind of a bad reference you mention with watching a video and going out and buying something above my driving skills. I’ve been around Offroad my whole life. I’ve owned and driven one of the fastest sand rails to hit glamis back in the 90’s and have owned 4wd trucks since 1990 . Pretty sure if I got something half this caliber it not only out drive it with some seat time but I’d be broke down on the trail half the time. I bought what I felt would be reliable and what I liked. No way would I of bought something with 30” tires. And open diffs. I wanna go over rocks not on the rocks and stop 😂 I’m not saying I won’t have a problem driving but with some seat time I’ll be fine. Also +1 for the “get a good spotter and go with friends”. Like I said. I’ve been around the crawling for a few years. Now.
  9. Yep. That’s who I’ve been riding shot gun with for the past 4 KOH events. That Jeep has WAY too much power. 430ci f.i. Small block. Said it’s around 650hp. It definitely gets after it.
  10. Ha ha. My brother said the same thing. 😂 i swear. I’m not gonna touch it. 🤔🤔😉
  11. Price drop $5500. Selling one of my trailers. This is a Fleming equipment trailer that I bought in AZ earlier this year. I’ve gone through the whole process of getting the title/registration up to date in CA with perm plates. Trailer is a 1984 that’s been completely redone. Hard to find a trailer built like this and still be registered as a non-commercial trailer, that’s why I went with the older set up . Trailer has been through a 💯 resto earlier this year. Trailer specs are : 20’ deck (15’ flat & 5’ dovetail) has a 5’-6” tongue . The long tongue makes it great for towing behind a motorhome . Weight is 3500 lbs empty dual 7k axles Which means you can carry 10k lbs on this trailer. The trailer frame is VERY Heavy duty with a 8” c-channel frame. Strong enough to load small tractors and heavy equipment in rear ramps are welded on and will slide in and out about a foot to cover almost all track widths . And have welded on under support for loading heavy trucks/tractors you can also lay the ramps down flat or travel with them up in 2 different positions to gain more bed space. Come take a look at this and you won’t be disappointed . It looks brand new Everything is new. : New COMPLETE wiring New Led lights NEW front storage box New bearings & seals NEW wood deck and treated for weather new tires - HD load and brand new spare with second mount on trailer to hold a 2nd spare. NEW hitch coupler 2-5/16” and C-Channel welded on for the capability of adding a pintle hitch ring and adjust up or down new Brake pads I have it stored in riverside at a friends house. It can be shown anytime of the day Just let me know . just lowered the price down to $5500
  12. Pretty excited to go pick up my new jeep in 2 weeks. I went to King of Hammers 4 years ago and got hooked. Every year I say I’ll have a crawler for next years event but I never do. Well after looking all over for a reliable rig that will make it up all the trails and still fit 4 people I finally found it. Bought it on sat and I’ll go up to Reno, NV in 2 weeks to pick it up. Im new to the rock crawling running gear but a few of my crawler friends helped me make up my mind that this rig was set up and needed nothing. Looking forward to hitting calico, Moab, big bear trails and finally ocotillo wells. Which I’ve never been there before. Pics are from the last owner ED6702EC-2BE8-4843-B2E2-832172A8D0E3.mp4

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