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[*] posted on 11-29-2017 at 09:49 AM


The Nissan is very impressive Larry.

The morning camp in Arroyo Jaquegel as we began to figure how to climb up the washed-out WWII 'Pole Line' road from there.

After some Nomad road repair, TW used his Tacoma to pull Wil's dead Bronco up the grade then it was deemed your diesel Nissan was the best to continue the rescue on out to Hwy. 5 (as TW was joining my excursion down Arroyo Grande searching for the Melchior Diaz grave with Frigatebird, Fernwah and 4x4abc).






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[*] posted on 11-30-2017 at 09:55 AM


Thank you David My rig only has 17K on it as have 3 other off road trucks. I love this rig but do I love the Hilux 4x4 diesel manual trans. May sell the Nissan if I get buyer that is off roader. As mods on this rig are heavy with many parts from AU. I can still see Wils face in my rear view mirror at 50mph. Holding on to Bronco in sand being pulled.
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