I will store " MB 4875 " for a winter nap in a heated shop.I have a SD F-250 Diesel pickup 4x4 for the winter as the snow in the Ozark Mountains tends to get deep. I will load " MB 4875 " in the new enclosed trailer that I have ordered for a trip to Florida and Texas for Jan , Feb and Mar of 2002. I have Grandchildren in Boca Raton,Fl.and Buna, Tx. I will hit the show circuit in Florida and Texas.Then back to the Mountains of Missouri.
Black Bullitt # 4875, 2000 SD-250 XLT Diesel 4 x 4
Winner 1967 Watkins Glen 500 SCCA "A" Sedan Race in a Shelby Prepared Group 2 Mustang Sedan
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171 will go into storage when the first snow hits the ground and the salt trucks come out. And it'll stay there, safe and snug until we've had a few spring showers to wash all the salt residue from the streets.
Got a Jeep 4x4 from work (soon to be '02 Explorer 4x4) that I drive around all night.
Am I the only one who plans on driving it year round? Northeastern Ohio can get nasty. If its bad ,I'll drive my wifes Taurus to work. Hey, salt won't hurt the car if you take a little care. Wax up the wheels a couple times and you're all set. Sure I talk big, when the snow flies I may be singing a different song though :lol:
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