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    Its a small block, dipped, stroked, bored 30-over, with a 4-barrel that will suck the hood in. If you ever hear 2 glass-packs screaming up the road in greenbriar cove, look out, cause I don't slow down where it turns to one lane, and I might be sideways.

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    Another Cherokee here. They seem to be pretty popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grannyknot View Post


    Its a small block, dipped, stroked, bored 30-over, with a 4-barrel that will suck the hood in. If you ever hear 2 glass-packs screaming up the road in greenbriar cove, look out, cause I don't slow down where it turns to one lane, and I might be sideways.

    I take it back...this one wins...hands down...oof that's ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grannyknot View Post


    Its a small block, dipped, stroked, bored 30-over, with a 4-barrel that will suck the hood in. If you ever hear 2 glass-packs screaming up the road in greenbriar cove, look out, cause I don't slow down where it turns to one lane, and I might be sideways.
    Seriously! That's what you drive on fishing/camping trips! That is probably the coolest thing I have ever seen and I've been around the block a time or two.

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    I drive a tent around, 98 red Jeep wrangler, only the two front seats. It does have a radio. I will saw it does keep company down especially on those 3 to 5 hour trips. But it is the company car, no payments or insurance payments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmreeves View Post
    Seriously! That's what you drive on fishing/camping trips! That is probably the coolest thing I have ever seen and I've been around the block a time or two.

    No way You couldn't get a small block in that thing if you took the back seats out! It is cool though.

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    2007 Nissan Armada...I have nicknamed her the "greyhound" because of the color and the fact she's not much smaller than the real thing.

    She has 64K and about 50 of that has been chasing trout! I owned her less than two months when I put her on a 6K mile road trip to Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado in search of native salmonids (8 species). This year I plan to put her to the test again: NM, AZ, CA, and 10 new species.

    She's been up Greenbrier twice so, if a 3-ton greyhound meets a "bug" sliding sidways on single-track, who wins?

    Chris

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