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What was your UGLIEST hunting vehicle !


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Mine was this old Jeep Wagoneer that I named ROAD KILL that I camo painted with military paint. It was falling apart from rust from being used for years on the beach, I drove it until I finally blew the  engine and it went to the junk yard.

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1 minute ago, bucky said:

Here she is, hauled plenty of deer and did a lot of banging in this beauty:up:

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What is it PINTO?

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Just now, bucky said:

Bobcat, take off of the pinto

OMG there was actually a step down from the exploding pinto:)

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3 minutes ago, Woodsman416 said:

Did you have the seats for the back with the "ski pole" hand grip? Those things were FUN!

Yes but took them out .

cap was ugliest thing ever , but it actually was a great vehicle to hunt out of .

went through snow really well , and could keep all extra clothes etc and hard bow cases in the back .

think I had about 150K on it when my first grade teacher ran a red light and totaled it combing down Sand Hill road 

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Not mine, but when I was about 12 my dad's truck died a few days before we were about to leave for our annual PA Rifle season trip.  In a pinch, he bought a chevette from someone he knew for a few bucks and we packed that sucker full, and strapped one of those old suction cup roof racks on it and away we went.  When we got there, my uncle had to tow us up the old dirt lane to camp with his truck. It all worked out and nearly 30 years later I can still get a good laugh out of it.

I know there are pics of it all loaded up somewhere.  Gonna look for them later

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1 hour ago, bucky said:

I didnt have much of choice, my father brought it home for me, the only option I had was drive it or walk:angry: so I ran it into the ground pretty quickly:rofl:

yeah I had one of those from my dad it was a 59 chevy. Thats the one with the bat wings and it was black, what a junk. I upgraded to a 59 chevy convertible that I fixed up and repainted, had a lot of fun with that car.

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