24 – The Real Cost

When searching for an adventure vehicle, there is a lot to consider. Things like how many people it will need to seat (or animals), how remote you plan on getting before coming back again, expected terrain to overcome, and more are all valid consideration that should be addressed. Another question, a very important one, is weather or not to buy new, or used. This post will explore my own experiences.

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21 – Rehabilitating a basket case …

There comes a point in the life of every vehicle when sending it to a recycling center makes more sense than repairing it any further. This is true of many vehicles, and even more so for those that are used to seek off-road adventures. Misshap’s, accidents, trail damage, and even roll over’s can mean the end for an unlucky vehicle.

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19 – Always getting ready …

I havn’t been much of an adventurer lately. I recently sold my Toyota Tacoma in favor of a slightly more unique (and much more complex) build project, a 1999 Isuzu Vehicross. At 167,000, it has issues. Some more serious than others, but it definitely has issues. In this post I will attempt to cover everything I have done, up to this point, and what still needs to be done before I can take it on it’s first real adventure.

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