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      02-11-2020, 04:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by ThinkRevolutionx View Post
Alot of beaches on the south shore of long island you can legally drive on the beach, they just re-opened gilgo beach for example - but there's democrat point, sore thumb etc.

Wranglers just don't inspire anything in me. Every single person here has a wrangler. Yea, it's a dedicated offroad vehicle, but this area is littered with them. It's usually young kids that put lift kits and big tires on them just to angle themselves up curbs and snowbanks "For insta" if i'm going to have a project, I want to feel something with it - and also either be unique, or have some opportunity to make it unique.

The defender.. now we are talking. Looked into those for awhile, and that's what led me to an older G wagon. Seems the merc does everything they do better, while being more reliable , similar price, and (strictly my opinion) looking cooler.

Yeah, I can understand that. Wranglers are far more common and some owners are the "bro" type posers who will never use the full capabilities a Wrangler offers. I personally really like the new JL models and wouldn't worry about what other owners do or don't do with theirs.

I really like the two door G wagon models for their capability and reliability, however they are hard to come by. Another random option to consider would be the Colorado ZR2.
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