Forums Splitboard Talk Forum your car, truck, SUV, anything with a motor you own thread. Viewing 19 posts - 1 through 19 (of 19 total)Author Posts July 21, 2011 at 4:09 am #575082 raym 385 PostsHere’s my old (first) jeep, 93 Grand Cherokee 4l auto not bad for $500. then went in the BDS 3″ lift, 32″ SS TSL’s. It was also my sleeping accomodations over the winter when ‘camping’. anyone guess where this pic was taken? Sadly a tree put an end to it 🙁 Heres my *new* 95 Jeep grand cherokee 5.2l (318) auto. another $500 score!!!!! swaped in the lift and tires and she was good to go! play time 😀 Out side of wheeling, I also enjoy the finer aspects of driving. On the left is my 91 Dodge Stealth RT/TT and on the right is my 87 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z my 87 shelby z =2.2l T2 ported head, intake, exhaust, 90 a523 w/3.50FD and LSD, FMIC, MBC, 3″ exhaust, 57trim T3/T4, 5 puck clutch, 22″ slicks/225-50-15 DR’s (depending on track), and N2O N2O purg onto the intercooler the stealth…. Stock other then a MBC, full 3″ exhaust and KYB GR2’s. the AWD is nice 😀 also got a 90 Daytona Shelby VNT And last is my boat. 16′ stratacraft thats all the toys with motors I got, time to post yourse July 21, 2011 at 4:51 am #641422 maniacdave 564 Posts @raym wrote:Here’s my old (first) jeep, 93 Grand Cherokee 4l auto not bad for $500. then went in the BDS 3″ lift, 32″ SS TSL’s. It was also my sleeping accomodations over the winter when ‘camping’. anyone guess where this pic was taken? Heh, I was parked down the row from you in the Green Beast, chains and everything……which is now for sale. The replacement doesn’t have quite the same sleeping space, but it’ll get to many more places, like summer shred zones.That was Pontus July 21, 2011 at 4:41 pm #641423 PedroDelfuego 758 PostsCarrol Shelby for President!!! or Prime Minister…. July 21, 2011 at 6:49 pm #641424 Shift 95 PostsHere’s my 3 engines……The diesel rig that gets me anywhere I need carrying whatever I need (06 Cummins RAM 2500): the track/street bike (01 RC51): And the Supermoto race bike I ran in the CAN AM series in the ESMRA championship the last few years (03 CRF450R) I love these threads – it’s awesome to see what everyone else does in their “spare” time away from riding July 21, 2011 at 7:18 pm #641425 nedrapier 235 PostsMy 100% badass Ford Mondeo:Don’t have a better picture online, but what a beast, eh? Eh?Massive 2 litre diesel lump, handles corners like a prostitute.**credit BSNYC July 21, 2011 at 10:07 pm #641426 Shift 95 Posts @nedrapier wrote:My 100% badass Ford Mondeo:Don’t have a better picture online, but what a beast, eh? Eh?Massive 2 litre diesel lump, handles corners like a prostitute.**credit BSNYCif it gets you into scenary like that it has my approval :thatrocks: ! July 21, 2011 at 10:14 pm #641427 nedrapier 235 PostsThat’s the idea! With couple of mountain bikes and 2 weeks of comfy camping gear and food.Jotunheim in Norway, btw. July 22, 2011 at 7:06 pm #641428 fitit 343 PostsHere is my ride that get’s me where I want to go: July 24, 2011 at 9:18 am #641429 ausplit 53 PostsD40 Navara,or Frontier in the U.S. 2inch lift,snorkel,bash plates,sliders and i put a set of mud tyres on when i hit the bush tracks. Does the job. July 24, 2011 at 5:29 pm #641430 jibmaster 446 PostsThis is my daily driver and gets me up the muddy, snow covered road to Hull Mountain – in the background. I’ve had this Jeep for 20 years. It’s a 1961 Willy’s Wagon. All original – except for the roof rack. For it’s 50th birthday, it’s in the shop getting an overhaul after being parked in my driveway for several-many years. I stopped driving it when I punched a hole in the gas tank accessing some remote trailhead at Shasta. When I got it, I rebuilt it myself. It’s been driven from California to Colorado and back and I spent the winter in Utah with it. I actually got hired as the restaurant manager of the base lodge at Solitude because of this vehicle. They wanted to open the place for breakfast 🙄 and needed someone who could get up the canyon before they closed it for avy blasting. When they saw my ’61 Jeep, I was hired. Had a blast getting face shots in the Willy’s driving up the canyon through multiple feet of that dry, Utah pow!Used to live out of it during the spring for a month or more, following the trailheads opening up around Shasta back in the day. July 24, 2011 at 9:34 pm #641431 christoph benells 717 Posts July 25, 2011 at 1:26 am #641432 lifelinksplit 282 PostsThat 61 willy’s is awesome! Good to see people still appreciate fine old trucks. I have a 71 bronco with 5in lift, 38in tires, geared, motored etc.. And driving a 88 yota for a daily driver. I’ll put up a pic of the bronco when I find one. Good thread July 25, 2011 at 5:59 pm #641433 snobro 125 PostsNot mine, but someone murdered this classic a long time ago, there was part of a rusty motor in it though Grocery getter by day Rally racer in the evening July 29, 2011 at 7:12 pm #641434 tiltedworld 406 PostsMy SUV is nothing spectacular, just a reg ole, ’03 Murano.This is my other fun toy. August 1, 2011 at 10:20 pm #641435 splittilps 154 PostsIt’s not the fastest, best in snow, or even all that reliable – but it sleeps 4 and has a kitchen. The 94 Pathfinder gets me to snowy trailheads and the 01 Jetta Wagon goes everywhere else. August 2, 2011 at 7:04 pm #641436 lewmt 570 PostsMy favorite motor:9meter Ozone C-4 :headbang: August 12, 2011 at 6:59 pm #641437 jimw 1421 PostsThe Dubsmobile has treated me well this year. Quite a change from only having 2wd cars with chains in the past! Gas mileage sucks, but beyond that it’s fun for road tripping, and gets me where I want to go. It was a big part of my epic eastide trip this spring.My other vehicles are gravity-powered! 🙂 August 23, 2011 at 7:43 pm #641438 dude_reino 467 PostsThis is my 1997 F-250 Powerstroke. It has a 7.3L turbo-diesel with a stick shift (very rare these days in trucks). I found the Wildernest camper on craigslist for $400. Best investment ever! I love this truck but lately she has not been liking the cold weather starts, so I don’t know how long I can use her for splitboarding 🙁 .With the top popped Geared up for camping. Check out that fancy carpet. The only other place you’ll find that is in the Residences at Little Nell hotel in Aspen 8) Heading out for adventure Blowin’ smoke! Hehe This is my 1989 KLR 650. I bought it cheap with the intention of creating an adventure bike. Sadly, it has spent more time in the shop than on the road, but I’ve almost got her ready for Moab :rock:In front of Lake Granby Out in its element Next to the truck Finally, the latest addition to the fleet, a nice 2004 Honda Accord. It has a 2.4L VTEC engine with a stick–great for hooliganing around the city, and gets over 30 MPG. This is now my daily driver. With some snow tires and a ski rack it should be great for winter. Plus, its easier to convince the ladies to go out on the town in this than in the truck! :thumpsup:I’ve already decided that the next vehicle will be a Corvette. Either do it now before I have kids or wait 20 years :scratch: August 23, 2011 at 7:48 pm #641439 dude_reino 467 Posts @jimw wrote:The Dubsmobile has treated me well this year. Quite a change from only having 2wd cars with chains in the past! Gas mileage sucks, but beyond that it’s fun for road tripping, and gets me where I want to go. It was a big part of my epic eastide trip this spring.Looks great! 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