I will keep looking for another Srambler, even though my 83 sits here, the work it would need is beyond what I'm willing to do to it. It's going to be cheaper to buy another than to try to restore this one. Sometimes we have to know what's just too much. I am going to bring my 70 cj5 and hope that does not offend anyones feelings. This is just to close to pass on. Besides, I'm looking forward to finally meeting most of you nuts. With that said, if it's a problem, I can just go and wheel by myself, all alone on a remote trail....by my lonesome...
..without any friends around.....to enjoy hanging out with......😒
I actually had one on order. When it came in, it had none of my option, wrong color and 11 k more than ordered. I'll wait on that a few more years
Told em to stuff it. I like the gladiator, but don't like the dealer, when they think they have the only game in town. Besides I have to get a running Scrambler first. But the Gladiator is on my bucket list. 😁
A few questions, as I might actually get to make this one!
1) I only have 32's and no winch. Will there be trails that I will be able to drive on?
2) My 8 (almost 9 by then) year old might want to come to this. Is this "kid appropriate"? I am more worried about him being bored, car nut or not, and asking "are we done yet?".
I was there just the day before Kempton this year. They have trails for every level. We can wheel together. I'll have 32-33's so we can tug each other out. But beware, I can get pretty cocky on 33's. 😋
Laurie and I enjoyed Sand Hollow this year and are looking forward to Rausch Creek. We are trying to wheel in every state wether it's in the CJ8 or the JKU. This was our first year as members. We renewed...😁👍👍👍