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Old 02-06-2013, 10:26 AM
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I'm not sure if this qualifies as a barrel shroud, or a suppressor, but i'm pretty sure i'm the first guy on the block to have a tactical assault sheepdog!

(he looks ticked off!)
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Old 02-11-2013, 11:57 AM
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Default friday night fun.

this was fun for me and the 1st grader....
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:46 PM
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Those three pics look like RC toys, especially the last one.
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Lifted Cayenne. It had air bags at all 4 corners, and some 32" tires. Do these things have the same rear end as a Touareg (so that you could swap in a rear locker)?
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Lifted Cayenne. It had air bags at all 4 corners, and some 32" tires. Do these things have the same rear end as a Touareg (so that you could swap in a rear locker)?
Don't know the answer to your question, Matt, but it reminded me of a California-plated Cayenne we saw at Chaco Canyon a few years back. Looked stock except for some huge Brembo brakes and it was pulling a 24' Airstream trailer. Looked like a case of the tail wagging the dog, to me.
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i've never really liked those things... but on the flipside, properly outfitted it would probably be the ultimate i70 ski commuter.
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It also had a 3ZERO3 Motorsports license plate frame on it - which is Gmann's current employer I believe.
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Going through some fishing pictures over the last few years and found some gems. This is a Redband Rainbow from the Kootenai River in the NW corner of Montana. Took this with the first version Pentax Optio WPI. That was a great little camera to take fishing and I had it for years. I would release fish and stick the camera right in the water and just snap away..
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