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Discussion in 'Travel' started by Nex~gen, Aug 12, 2009.
Toyota FJ Cruiser
Nissan Primera -97 POS
Fiat Palio Stile
What is your EDCar?
2010 Town and Country for the family
town and country2 by mumbojumboo, on Flickr
And I get the 69 Mustang 5 days a week
dawg2 by mumbojumboo, on Flickr
Here is my EDC Truck. A 2007 Dodge Ram 2500. I love this one. Now if I can just keep it for more than 2 years.
2009 Nissan Versa
Depending on the situation and my mood, it's one of these:
2001 Kawasakai KLR650
1998 BMW R1200C
2002 Triumph Sprint ST
And on those rare days in Phoenix when the weather insists on 4 wheels...a 1989 Dodge Raider V6 4X4 (basically a Mitsubishi Montero, 2 door.)
My truck is an extension to my pockets:
07 Toyota FJ Cruiser
now that is what I am talking about!!!
2008 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab 4x4... Big Horn edition
2005 Dodge Ram
2008 Kia Spectra
2006 Buick Rendezvous
I will be looking for a new truck sometime next year, I am thinking hard about a little truck, or an SUV to replace both car and truck......Don't know yet, don't even want to shop.....such a hassle
The old what you drive thread has been merged with yet another thread, & BTW this is the 4th merge this topic has seen.
-- Moderator Boy SureFire
That is sooooo freaking SWEET!
2006 Honda CRV. On demand 4WD. Going to come in handy the next few months.
97" Ford Explorer XLT. I'm lucky to have it. I haven't had a vehicle in almost 2 years then my brother got a new Expedition and GAVE me the Explorer. We're in the process of giving it some scheduled maintenance. New tires, brake pads and a new fuel pump because it was acting up. It's really in good shape though and I can't wait to take it camping, to the range...wherever.
Sorry no pic...having computer problems today.
2010 Kia Soul
It's gonna get the "Blacked-out" treatment this spring/summer.
Gonna go with darker window tints and black rims.
During the summer I drive a 1967 Chevy c10 pick up truck.
Has air bags so it can raise and lower(Makes it ride so much better).
Sorry for the crappy picture but that was just before it got put away for the winter.
That reminds me, if anyone stores vehicles during the winter you need to get a "body-bag" for your vehicle. Basically seals your vehicle inside a car/truck cover. You just open the bag, drive onto it, and zip it up!!
Thanks Monocrom. The crazy part is that it sounds better than it looks.
I drive an '06 Toyota Tundra, DC, 4x4, TRD Off Road Package. The lights are all HID, I have an Alpine stereo w/ integrated iPod, Gaylord's X-2000 tonneau cover. And it has a Viper 2 way alarm system w/ remote start.