That is the worst of all, isn’t it? Not knowing.
There is a brown paper bag chock full of Uncanny's boiled lollies (yeah, I know....most , if not all, of you will not know of Uncanny....ancient PA history) who can figure out the ancestry/citizenship of that bloke on the swing.
Sheesh! Luckily they are young and will come through it.My military son is on hold for getting his vaccine. He and his wife tested positive for covid today.
I just put in a request for 18 days of much needed vacation. I plan to go to the East Coast to see my military son and his family for Thanksgiving. I have one more week that I need to use or lose by the end of the year. I'm saving that for just after the divorce to facilitate moving and getting the house on the market.
I'm back to wanting to get a Jeep for future overlanding trips. I'd like to join a Jeep club and do organized trips into the wilderness with other Jeepers. The Jeep Gladiator would also be useful for hauling materials to build my home next year.
Mine won't be as fancy as this one.
I'm not looking to tear my truck up on the rocks. It's an overlanding rig. It'll tackle moderately difficult terrain and more with a few mods. I am wanting to get the 3.0l diesel engine with 600N.m of torque and fit it with 37" tires (94cm diameter) and all of the necessary armor to protect my investment. I would love to mimic this jeep.They look very nice. I quite like them but was a little disappointed when after watching a motoring show cover them to see that they fell flat when compared to other 4wd's. The overall consensus at the end of that episode was they're great, unless you want to do some serious 4WDing.
In the end it depends on what you want to do with them. If you're just driving up boggy or snow covered tracks then they're great ... it you want to go over boulders and up very steep offroad inclines then they're probably not the car for you.