Is this thread for people who actual take their 4x4's off road, or can those who simply own 4x4's to compensate for their shortcomings elsewhere join in?If it's the latter, then here's mine: (Image removed from quote.)
It's funny but it's true.I still want one.
I miss the jeep wave. Nobody waves at an xterra
Miata huh? You know that's a girl's car, right?
I love two seat roadsters, including the Miata. One of these days I'll get an old MG or Triumph, and I certainly can't knock the Miatas. They are a sweet little car.I just wanted to say it before someone else did.... DefSent from a digital multitool
There's a big 4x4 shaped hole in my garage. (I have a Fiesta, an S2000, and an M3, so nothing even close to off road capable.) I've always wanted a utility/adventure vehicle, something that's reasonably usable on the road, competent on a trail, and with lots of enclosed space. An older Land Cruiser, Range Rover, Series/Defender Landy, or maybe even a Wagoneer would be awesome.
I do like exploring places, so I tend to try and go off-road with any car I am driving..I made it half way up the steep hill with a smaller car but it started spinning a bit and the rocks were too big... I was following a sign that said nothing about the condition of the road, or the distance.I may have been able to go further up by going in reverse (front wheel drive) but there was a risk of serious damage to the tyres, or to me (I was threatened by the passengers)...So next day I took a proper offroad car, and was able to explore (a different area) easily (knife in door pocket, in case of bear attacks).