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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-02-2001, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
 
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Samurai Respect

Sami's are finally getting a little respect in a 4X4 publication. In the new issue (August) of Peterson's 4Wheel & Off-Road, there is a big article on the Easter Moab Run. Several Zuk pictures are pictured, along with the following comment on one. "These little suckers are coming on strong. Look for them to make a big splash in the next year or so."
Actually I hate to see that. It will probably drive up the cost of these "little suckers".

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agreed man, but id still like to see more in mags. tell ya that truth, im a lil irratated, 4wd sport n utility mag used to keep "odd ball" 4bys in there all the time. i can remeember back in 92 or so, i actually subscribed to them cause they kept sportin different rigs, zuks, broncos, *eep commandos, the out of the ordinary stuff. now they are mostly chevy, ford, jeep etc.... but they will throw one odd one in there just to say that "we feature others too".... come on, bring us the oddballs, thats why i built my trap......
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amen BB!

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I still remember the issue with the petroworks vehicle...The only thing they had was a air cleaner SPOA lift arb bumper with winch 31" wrangler m/ts and this was the first zuk I saw and from then on have always wanted my dads so on this thursday july 5th I turn 16 and will commence work on what I want to call..."Dog'gon'fast!" I am still thinkin on what a funny name would be for it!

" Go Cheap n' Smooth or Forget about it!"

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BB you are an oddball hun!! that is why you are so well liked by us all!
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