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Discussion in 'Blazin Trails' started by jms, May 7, 2006.
That looks pretty sweet.
Sweet looking FJ light bezel !
FJ80's are just impressive - even in stock form .
Sounds like fun, cant wait to see more pics.
Jeez Michael! Do you and Claudia still work? Seems like you have been wheeling all over the Southwest in the past few months
I really like those new Fj's Toyota has come out with. I might try talking the wife into getting one
Those are great pic's !
Nice Shots Michael! Looks like you had a great time.
Thanks for all the detail on the trip.
I'm glad you didn't tell us that the FJ's made widow maker look easy
because I know it's not. Glad to see they tried it though.
We all missed you at EJS but we'll see you at BB I hope.
Love the grill addition and the new bumper/winch look good.
Great photos. I had a 72 FJ40 that I dropped a 327 into. To this day I kick my self in the ass for selling that thing. It was a tank and couldnt be stopped
Cool Michael, I like the new pic's you added. Some of those obstacles look pretty gnarly
Regarding the license plates...My old '88 Porsche came up as some sort of Oldsmobile when I drove through Forest, MS. Either that or the local boys were having some fun with me! Either way I didn't get a ticket for cruising the passing lane (sorry, we don't treat it that way too much down in Austin, TX....just lucky I wasn't speeding at the time!).
Damn, nice pics!!!! I need to make it to Moab someday and also Blazer Bash!
Awesome thread, thanks for sharing.
MAN that looks like fun!
Strangly enough once you hit the monida pass at the montana Idaho border the drive after that is nearly as mind numbing as going through the plains states.
Man I miss Moab, there is some stuff there that scares the crap out of me. Launching pad and Skyline drive both scare me. Awesome pics thanks for sharing
I have graduated into the "tow the blazer" category and plan on visiting Moab for my first time in Oct. Unfortunately I'll be riding with a friend. I will take the wife there next time after the AF moves us next summer. We're gunning for an assignment to CO, which should bring us a bit closer.
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