Guest post, by Jason Lambright.
I'm pretty much sold but I will look a full tool driving one of these around the hipster capital of Australia.
bloody standard. As per usual Australia chrysler has things sewn up so the roxor cant be sold here. We get a suv and a ute, and thats it - not the knock about beat up machine.
I can think of worse rides😀
For me less is more when it comes to a 4x4….
The closest to a mud pool most of those monster trucks you see around town get is the skid marks in their owners pants when they get the fuel bill!!!
Miss read the sentence as "These hard-ons are the bare..." and my narrative was completely derailed - I blame starting reading Chuck Tingle's Camp Damascus.
Ah the mighty Jeep - we've had a few in the family, and long story short I was the proud owner of a 1944 Ford GPW (same as the Willys MB....I could bore you with details!) for some 20 odd years and loved it. Bare bones but great off road, max speed a good 47 MPH up or downhill! I used it as my daily and only car for 2 years at one point. Sadly I had to let it go... As regards Mahindra, I did have one rear axle from that firm in the Jeep for a time, probably one or two other bits I can't recall.