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I love the new rams body... now if only they had put a 12valve in it.

 

I do okay with my 390hp Hemi.  :)   (but I know what you mean)

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Constructing my new house this summer with neighbor's ural-4310/w loglift.

 

Kamaz 6520 with carriage:

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Ural 4310 with crane and medium log trailer:

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The result)

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Ok guys, dont hate me :)

I have a big company in my country, and i have 30 + more trucks :)

I have my 2 cars...

 

This is my favorite car, so ******* quality, never stay me on road.

Mercedes W124 300TD 1995, fantastic engine, 9l/100km(normal drive in city)

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Alfa Romeo 165 restyle Multi-Jatt 1.9, 150ks...

So ******* fast car, but quality is 0, in my country i dont have good roads, and Alfa romeo suck unquality....

This is my baby :)

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For working in my company, my company is wood company... I need "HARD OFFROAD" trucks, becouse terrain is like a Russian, Mountains + muds + trash stuck mud :)

I can give you later my own pictures with trucks, but i think not important. :)

I have 5 tractors + 21 trucks....

 

Tractors : Rakovica 60, Rakovica 65 (This is tractors from Serbia, and factory "Rakovica" )

I have Imt 539, Imt 558 and Imt 560 (This is too tractors from serbian factory (IMT - Industrija motora rakovica)

 

For trucks, i have 11 Russians truck :)

I have one Maz, but not 8x8 for special offer, i buy this truck becouse i buy 10 trucks from Russia, and ppls from Russia give me special offer for buy Maz for CRANE working. :)

I have a lot EXP with wood working, all sections... and i love this game, i dont care about my ages for games :)

 

Edit - Pictures comming.

IMT 539

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IMT 558

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Rakovica 60

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Rakovica 65

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I have my own. video for you guys, this is classic working job in wood with tractor.

This is very dangerous, but if you have good tractor, and GOOD DRIVER this is easy and not risk.

i own a W124 300TDT (TouringDieselTurbo)

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its a whole 94 300TDT(TouringDieselTurbo) moved into a clean 86 300TD(TouringDiesel) chassis

 

PS: I seem to remember that it should be called a 300DT in your case, because a T before the D or E means its a wagon (Touring)

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I have a 1979 Jeep CJ5 Renegade (304, 3-spd, 4x4) and a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4x4. Both are orange. Will try posting pics later. :)

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I'll play!
My 91 Jeep Cherokee (White) 4.0l, 4.5"ish lift, 32" tires, front locking diff(doesn't make my engine smoke :P ), rear Limited Slip diff, CB radio, Rock Sliders, lights..........etc etc.
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I wish I had more trail pictures, but I'm too busy driving to take pictures of me driving ( If that's even possible haha)

 

The Wife's '00 Cherokee 4.0L. 3" lift and 31" tires

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My Old '78 Ford F250, 7.5L, Locking rear Diff, 6" lift, 36" tires (plan on fitting 38's or 40's). Currently rotting at my parent's place while I'm at school. I plan on restoring/modifying it substantially after I graduate. Dad's 2006 F250 6.0 Diesel in the background, 4" lift and 35" tires.
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I had a 1998 Dodge Neon... until today.  Went to bring it to the mechanic for some engine work and.... it caught on fire.  So now instead of a car I own a hunk of metal that sits on 4 wheels.

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I had a 1998 Dodge Neon... until today.  Went to bring it to the mechanic for some engine work and.... it caught on fire.  So now instead of a car I own a hunk of metal that sits on 4 wheels.

 

wow, that's tragic..

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I had a 1998 Dodge Neon... until today.  Went to bring it to the mechanic for some engine work and.... it caught on fire.  So now instead of a car I own a hunk of metal that sits on 4 wheels.

 

It's debatable that you had a mobile paperweight before. Sucks tho :(

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My ride... Don't have pic of it but a short video  :) 



I'm more racer than offroader, even though I have had couple Toyota Hilux and Mazda B2200 (mini) trucks RWD ofcourse. and they saw some light off road action.

How ever I have been few times on offroad trip with my friend, who used to drive Toyota Landcruiser.
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My ride... Don't have pic of it but a short video :)

I'm more racer than offroader, even though I have had couple Toyota Hilux and Mazda B2200 (mini) trucks RWD ofcourse. and they saw some light off road action.

How ever I have been few times on offroad trip with my friend, who used to drive Toyota Landcruiser.

That car is so pretty. Wish I had one.

 

The paint scheme is probably the best I can think of. Love the Black on Chrome rims :D

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Hahaha how much HorsePower does that baby push out? What about 0-60?

 

As Jeremy Clarkson would say... POWEEEERR!

Well, it doesn't have much power any more since I got hurt. Since these are all over and a lot faster to get me to my destination, I'm not on the 2 wheeler all that often any more.

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That car is so pretty. Wish I had one.

 

The paint scheme is probably the best I can think of. Love the Black on Chrome rims :D

That's dark green metallic body, and matte black on silver, No chrome on rims... yet...

 

Car is -77 Dodge Aspen with 318cid (5.2L) V8 and 3 speed autotragic transmission. Although unfortunately the engine blew up couple weeks ago, and rebuilding it ain't actually cheap where I live.

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My daily is my work truck 11' Ranger Sport

 

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my personal 4x4 99' WJ 2" budget boost 31" tires

 

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and my toy 50' chevy fleetline 

 

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My Suzuki Grand Vitara, ride it for a few months and is now standard, plans for small, Lift 2" tires A/T 225/70R16 front piping slightly upwards and repainted black, black rims will also :)

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Here is one of my tacoma I use on another forum... it was taken before I put the snorkel on.

 

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One after having some fun in a mudpit... which was more of a claymudpit... cleaning it off was awful:

 

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Thats my babe :)

 

Fiat 126p '85

 

air-cooled rear engine, 650ccm, 24hp, ~120kmh

 

I think I saw a model of one of them, could be fun for ST.

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I think I saw a model of one of them, could be fun for ST.

 

In his glory time, he work as truck, 4x4, van, etc. :P

And was created a lot of interesting prototypes

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These are all pretty awesome vehicles. 

Here's my toy and daily driver.

1993 XJ 4.0 HO Automatic bone stock 141,000 original miles all original parts even still has working wireless entry remote.

4 & 1/2 inch Rough Country lift with 31" Nexens is the only mod so far. Snorkel and front differential locker is in the planning.

 

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And here's the trail rig only toy: 1986 Jeep Commanche 4.0 5-speed manual w/ Rear locking differential on 6 & 1/2" Rough Country lift and 35" MTs

 

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