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Discussion in 'Northwest' started by Steve, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. Steve

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  3. StoryBook

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    Very nice Steve! I should get some of those shields for the G.
     
  4. Steve

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    They're metal ones, not the plastic/magnetic ones. I used the hard core 3M adhesive to make sure they don't come off as I stomp through the mud. :)
     
  5. bdog

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    Is this the one with the Lambo doors :rollseyes:
     
  6. Jdubbya

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  8. f355spider

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    You guys...stop that! I can tell Steve is considering the modification... ;)

    Steve, you need to come out with us on Saturday, it's been too long!

    Dave
     
  9. RocketBoy

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    Awesome pic. Mind if I ask the location? Are there many palm trees in the pac nw?

    RocketBoy
     
  10. GaryReed

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    Does it have a TUBI??

    ;)
     
  11. Gimme Fuel

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    L:DL
     
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  13. Steve

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    No, it doesn't have Lambo doors. And if I WERE to put them on (which I won't) they would be "Enzo" doors. ;)

    No Tubi, but it does have an aftermarket exhaust to make it sound meaner (Flowmaster).
     
  14. walawdog

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    So when the topic said "Ferrari Hummer", I thought you were talking about someone getting a hummer because he had a Ferrari.....my mistake.
     
  15. f355spider

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    As a matter of fact, so did.....ah never mind....;)
     
  16. FerrariWA

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    You knows theres a funny story behind this, I remember when the H2 first came out and I was giving a guy on the Ferrari Mailing list a website thats good for them (www.elcova.com/h2), and guess who was bashing them and telling me that they were mommy's parking lot off roaders???? Good old steve...I really wish I had those emails now...But anyway that aside, very cool. Unforcantly wont be in eastern Washington when it get snowy to see that crusing about when Steves at his cabin.
     
  17. Spasso

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    There are absolutely no palm trees in the Pacific Northwest, just mold and moss.
     
  18. Steve

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    Hehehe.... I DO still have those emails. My exact quote was that "the only off roading the H2 should be doing is when a soccer mom backs over the grass on her way out of the driveway." The SUT, however, sucked me in for a test drive, and I've since seen the light. The H2 is great off-road, and on-road as well. :) Truth be told, I would have still preferred an H1, but my youngest daughter wasn't able to get in to the H1 by herself. But with the hydraulic side running boards, she does just fine with the H2.
     

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