Not everything that happens at the Gulch ends up on the blog.

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You shouldn't ask these questions of a paranoid recluse, you know.
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6 Responses to Not everything that happens at the Gulch ends up on the blog.

  1. Terrapod says:

    Not sure what that is, but I’ll call it fugly. A nice Land Rover diesel is what you really want. Don’t rust, run forever and can fix with gum and bailing wire.

  2. Tree Mike says:

    Word to the wise, get an old, reliable, refurbished Ford, Chevy or Dodge 4×4 with posi, A/C and NO wifi upgrades. No electronic fuel injection upgrades. The most you could pay is lots less than a new or relatively new truck or SUV. Sometime after 2000, everything will track and report you and or fail you with code readings.
    That red thing is a circuit board death special, that will leave you stranded, AND cost a fortune to tow, repair. It’ll probably take 6 months to repair (supply chain, shipping, competent tech availability, etc.). How to Run Your Life, chapter 3.
    Ask me what I REALLY think.

  3. Joel says:

    I picked that picture because it’s a 4X4 Lamborghini, which has to be the most ludicrous of all four-bys. It’s a joke. Like if I said I lusted after Kim Kardashian, you could safely assume I was not being serious.

  4. Mark Matis says:

    If you really want a red vehicle, we can send you a few gallons of red paint and a paint brush to use on your Jeep!

  5. jabrwok says:

    Nah, get a Legacy Dodge Power Wagon conversion (https://www.legacyclassictrucks.com/p-34987-legacy-power-wagon-conversion.html).

    That’s certainly what I’d do given a lotto win.

To the stake with the heretic!