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Did any of us vettesters take em out for a rip this weekend?:coolgleam:
 

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Jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelooooousssssssssss!
 

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Well come on over Riley. I'm sure we can get your car through the snowbank in front of your car with a little tuck from my truck!

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I'm pleasantly impressed that we're even having this discussion. Between the mild weather we had in november and the dcent roads this january, I should have just left the insurance on it and gotten some snow tires!!! Lol
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well... not with the snow plow you have installed on the front of that thing... actually it does represent a dual function though.... looks great in summer and cleans the driveway in the winter!!!

Well i'm not sure after i get my car back that it will be as driveable in the winter as it once was LOL
 

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Well come on over Riley. I'm sure we can get your car through the snowbank in front of your car with a little tuck from my truck!

T

Well, given the size of the portable garage, I should have at least a good 4-5 foot run to make it over/through the snow drift. From there it should be an easy pull with the truck.

Does anyone know if there is even a place to hook on the front of the car if it needs a pull?

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

Just kidding Riley


Almost had the beast out for a rip yesterday, but then came to my senses :(

Well, it does make me think that I am living in the wrong part of the country. Does anyone out there, that has nice winters, know if their company is looking for a mechanical engineer?:D
 

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Even with dry roads and seasonaly warm temps I would not take it out. I like to wait for a good rainfall or two in the spring to wash all the salt away.
 

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Same old story of more snow here. I am glad other people are able to enjoy their cars at this time. Maybe someday, I'll be able to drive mine in the winter months too.
 

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