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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-14-2000, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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I just started building a web page, Let me KNow what you think.
www.members.tripod.com/samurai4x4/
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 09-14-2000, 03:27 PM
 
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Just a quick question:

What colour is that sammy suposed to be?

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 09-14-2000, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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When it is clean I think I remember it being charcoal grey. It's been a while since the true colors shone through.

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He he he.... the truth is so funny.

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Hey I really like your web site. You should come up to the New England zook fest, itd be great to have you. Your locked and ready to go, and who knows you might win a great door prize! Hope you can make it, let me know if you can, its the last week of sept, first week of october. Its actually that weekend friday night is the feed, then its two days of fun fourwheeling. max

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I'd Love to goto the Zook Fest but I have to work that weekend. I used up all my vacation time last July when my Twin sons were born.
Maybe I'll be able to goto the next one.

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Good looking site and Zuke. Go to my site and click on the PA Wheelers link. Nice group you might want to hook up with. Don't know how close you are. Tell 'em Jim sent ya.
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Great looking page. Uh, I think your Zuke needs a bath. :-)
I am relatively new the the Zuking thing, just got my '88.5 about 2 months ago. I did have a great CJ8 page, but am now adding more Suzuki info. I hope to get some links and fellow pages added soon. Still need a pic of my Sami, but here's where I've started: http://RockPile4x4.tripod.com/Scott.html .

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Scott, did you sell your cj8? Im buddies with JEEPN and have helped a little on his. I think they are my favorite jeep by far. Im curious why you chose to go sammi? They are very different in buildup and off road style, just curious on your thoughts. My regards, Max

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Yep, much to the dismay of my Jeepin' buddies, I got Zuk'd! I've always liked the Samurai, being small and nimble. I did as much as I could to my Scrambler and still keep it street legal. But being a daily driver (50 miles / day to work) I needed something with better gas mileage and could still be fun on the trail. I enjoy the build up about as much as the driving (well...almost) and decided to start again, with something different. Believe it or not, I did get my money out of the Scrambler, even with the modifications - and that too, was a factor in selling it. I still love Jeeps, particularly the Scrambler. Just wish I could have more than one toy. You know how wives get about that....

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