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Yosemite Sam1

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There is also a smaller off-road version too recommended for Tesla.

Now I feel insulted by our own trailer manufacturers.[emoticon]

They thought we're not manly enough for these rugged off-road rigs. Or too poor and cheap to be able to buy one.[emoticon]

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gbopp wrote:

It appears to be well built and very rugged for off road travels.
That makes it perfect for the Pennsylvania highway system. [emoticon]


I would have said the same thing, except I would have said the
State Highways in Alabama.
Our roads will beat a car up. A HD truck is better, but not the answer. Alabama needs to rework our Highways and Interstate Highways.

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If they come with the blonde in the video, I'd buy one, maybe two.

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264SRinPA wrote:

If they come with the blonde in the video, I'd buy one, maybe two.


The smaller model has a blonde in it. And she’s obviously alone. But you got to call them to ask if that’s part of the package.[emoticon]

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Good Lord. It's great ! But, I don't know. Has anyone "down under" ever heard of Overkill ?

Watching these videos I would think that the whole continent is just one big unexplored area.

Except, then were do you purchase gas for the tow rig? It looks like it has a small fuel tank and gets bad KPG ?

What happens when you step on a deadly snake or spider and there is no hospital within 1000's of miles ? How would you even call for help?

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MB Unimog now available in America.

And this should be your puller -- if you got $369,00 to spare.

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