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My lifted 4x4 Astro

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Lifted4x4Astro, Apr 6, 2009.

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  1. Lifted4x4Astro

    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    As asked for... here are some pics of the 98 lifted 4x4 Astro van I built and then sold last summer due to no wheeling anymore...It was purpose built... :)

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    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    Another one...(more coming)

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    karri0n New Member

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    Haha, pretty cool and looks like fun.

    WHat do you mean by "no wheeling anymore"? as in some new law, or a wife mandate, or you just aren't going any more?
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    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    Trying to post more...here is my photobucket account. There are lots of pics on there.

    We don't wheel anymore due to Paragon Adventure Park closing, the cost of traveling 240 miles 1 way and that we are spending more time camping now. It was more my decision than hers...we even sold her 87 Jeep YJ. Our 17yo daughter is heading to college in August too!
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    karri0n New Member

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    Makes sense. Priorities. It's worse when people don't let go of "fun" things that end up costing lots and lots of money.
  6. titan

    titan Minister of Fire

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    Nice articulation...I wonder if that could be done with my E350 work van?
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    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    Thanks and yeah that can be done. Quigley does E350's all the time.
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    MMMmmmm, That Monkey bread looks good, can have some?
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    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    :) You sure can...just find us when we are camping and you can have some.
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