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Old 04-13-2012, 01:33 PM   #91
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:14 PM   #92
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MickeYJ are you bringing the "Yellow Jeep" to HV this week-end

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Hello, I am Karl, new member of Wrangler Forum. I am originally from the Riverside/Redlands area, transplanted to Lompoc. I have spent many days and nights in Barstow, Johnson Valley… never to kill my Jeep, but had lots of fun… I would like to attend some of the trips you have been discussing. Mine is a 05 TJ Rubicon, mostly stock, no lift. Not afraid to scratch the paint, looking to find people to explore the countryside with. If you have the room for one more, please let me know!! Thanks
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Hello, I am Karl, new member of Wrangler Forum. I am originally from the Riverside/Redlands area, transplanted to Lompoc. I have spent many days and nights in Barstow, Johnson Valley… never to kill my Jeep, but had lots of fun… I would like to attend some of the trips you have been discussing. Mine is a 05 TJ Rubicon, mostly stock, no lift. Not afraid to scratch the paint, looking to find people to explore the countryside with. If you have the room for one more, please let me know!! Thanks
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