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Old 06-20-2013, 06:23 AM   #29
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I always wanted a Wagoneer - but it wouldn't be a daily driver and living in downtown Toronto wouldn't make it a sensible choice.

If and when we buy a piece of land with a barn, I might yet get one.
Back in the 70's I lived at 100 Spadina Rd. Owned and drove a muscle car. Not a great idea. Traded it in on a Mini 1,000. Much more appropriate.
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Old 06-20-2013, 11:30 AM   #30
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Our 72 ford bronco 302fi. Yes it has doors. We don't go far with it since its a serious gas hog. Its technically my husbands toy, I want an international travelall but they're hard to find in decent shape.

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Old 06-21-2013, 12:50 PM   #31
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Our 72 ford bronco 302fi. Yes it has doors. We don't go far with it since its a serious gas hog. Its technically my husbands toy, I want an international travelall but they're hard to find in decent shape.

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I grew up traveling in a Travelall with a 31' Airstream behind it. I spent many Summer days as a kid in that combo seeing the country.

The IH was a 1971 and was so rusty when we finally got rid of it in the early '90s that it looked like Swiss cheese. The hood holder mounts rusted out and the hood fell on the guy who came and bought it. It was bought by a horse farmer who needed the horse power (no pun intended), and although it was getting hard to find parts for it, the 392 motor would rip your house right off its foundation. He did not care if it was inspect-able for farm work.

Dad never found another truck that he liked as much for towing...including two cheesy Chevy Suburbans. They just did not have the guts of a real truck like a Travelall!
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