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Old 12/10/11, 03:04 AM   #31
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Really enjoyed the video and pictures!! Light fluffy snow is the best!!!

I watched the 9 min video from you guys too.... hilarious with the BamOlam with the Broncos and Kenny G with the Jeep!!! PRICELESS!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU6oMeixq3M

I am stunned at how deep some of that snow was and you were busting through!! Very impressive!!!

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Old 12/16/11, 02:03 AM   #32
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bumpity bump.... i know a storm just ripped the western US....where's the pics?

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Old 12/17/11, 11:39 PM   #33
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Too cool. I take the insurance off mine for the winter and get the sleds out. I do remember using the Bronco in Idaho during the winter.

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Old 12/18/11, 12:23 PM   #34
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Love your videos guys. Wish I could join you, no mountains in Nebraska.

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Old 12/18/11, 07:31 PM   #35
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Found another video from this post....

http://classicbroncos.com/forums/sho...hlight=iceland

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghCVw...yer_embedded#!

EPIC air by the Bronco guy about 4:30 WOW

We need more pics and video!!!!

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Old 12/19/11, 01:52 PM   #36
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This is from the winter I got my Bronco.



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Old 12/19/11, 10:02 PM   #37
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Great pictures!!! Great first winter!!!!

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Old 12/20/11, 08:07 AM   #38
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We don't have ANY snow on the ground at all this year in Minnesnowda!

I'm so jealous of your snow pictures - it looks like fall around my place....

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Old 12/20/11, 08:39 AM   #39
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We don't have ANY snow on the ground at all this year in Minnesnowda!

I'm so jealous of your snow pictures - it looks like fall around my place....
You think you have it bad? I haven't played with trucks in the snow in over 20 years. Here the last time we had snow here, this is my 78 F250 crew cab and my 53 Willis M38A1.
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Old 12/20/11, 09:29 AM   #40
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We don't have ANY snow on the ground at all this year in Minnesnowda!

I'm so jealous of your snow pictures - it looks like fall around my place....
Same here in the Green Bay area. Those pictures were from about 5 years ago. We'll get the snow, it's just a matter of when...
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Old 12/20/11, 11:26 AM   #41
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Same here in the Green Bay area. Those pictures were from about 5 years ago. We'll get the snow, it's just a matter of when...
I know, I'm just sad. Brown Christmas FTL - I was really looking forward to those late snowy nights when the roads are a ghost town and I can be found driving my Bronco sideways around every corner, pulling stuck people out of ditches and going through a tank of gas every night

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Old 12/20/11, 12:45 PM   #42
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this is my 78 F250 crew cab and my 53 Willis M38A1.
I had a 53 m38 A1, bought it from a farmer who used to pull a hay wagon. When I found it he hadn't used it in about 2 yrs and it was packed full of dogfood bags. I gave him $150, and let him keep the dogfood bags, took it home, cleaned out the carb and fired it up, it was a good heep. I later sold it to a friend of mine.
Here are a few from last December, all in the same day, by the time we got to the top there was close to 24". We are still waiting on winter it seems to be all west of the Miss river so far
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I know, I'm just sad. Brown Christmas FTL - I was really looking forward to those late snowy nights when the roads are a ghost town and I can be found driving my Bronco sideways around every corner, pulling stuck people out of ditches and going through a tank of gas every night
Ha! Playing "beat the plow" is a favorite game of mine, too!
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I had a 53 m38 A1, bought it from a farmer who used to pull a hay wagon. When I found it he hadn't used it in about 2 yrs and it was packed full of dogfood bags. I gave him $150, and let him keep the dogfood bags, took it home, cleaned out the carb and fired it up, it was a good heep. I later sold it to a friend of mine.
Here are a few from last December, all in the same day, by the time we got to the top there was close to 24". We are still waiting on winter it seems to be all west of the Miss river so far
Surfer great pictures man!!!! Wow! Love it when the trees are full of it!!

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Old 12/21/11, 08:01 AM   #45
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I'm digging that white soft top on the blue one.... Can you get one like that anymore?
anybody spot the brand on that ?
Bronco Nick has one for sale. He just sent me a text about it last week. Look up Delconick.

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