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    I just saw this. No details on the Keene VW dealer web site. I have no idea if this is custom or VW-made.

    Oh, it's a diesel also.
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    Agnes - 1995 Jeep Wrangler (YJ) - 4 cylinder 35" MTRs, 3.5" Black Diamond Suspension SUA, Ford 8.8, HPD30 w/vacuum disco w/4.88s, ARB lockers front and rear, front shackle reversal, rear revolvers, lotsa skids, Bullet Proof steer modified, Mastercraft seats with PRP 5 point harness
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    Cool

    I know it is not a truck, but I have always like the car/truck idea, like the old Ranchero, or easier loading, ingress/egress, fuel mileage, ride quality, handling, and cheaper to maintain(no 4wd).
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch do not ;)

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