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    Nothing but a Thing sean.m.adams33's Avatar
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    Round 2

    Well couldn't hold out for the insurance and since I'm sure it won't be recovered, I broke down. Went and picked up the new rig today. 2014 bright white rubicon unlimited.
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    It's gonna be a long build process but I'm gonna do it right this time and make sure I regret nothing.

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    Congrats on the new rig.

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    Very nice. Congrats!
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    How you going to keep this one from being snatched?

    BTW - love the color and the choice of models. This is the right time of the year to buy a 2014.

    Here's to better luck!!


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    Build a bigger garage. rig looks good!
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    Nothing but a Thing sean.m.adams33's Avatar
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    Thanks everyone. Only thing in gonna do is park it in the garage for now. Until it doesn't fit. Also going to get an alarm next week. Not that it will help but it's worth a shot.

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    Nice looking rig.

    Good luck on keeping it this time.

    I bet you have brushed up on auto security measures huh?

    There is a special place in hell for thieves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree Frog View Post
    Nice looking rig.

    Good luck on keeping it this time.

    I bet you have brushed up on auto security measures huh?

    There is a special place in hell for thieves.
    Just a little....

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    Really nice.

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    Congrats on the New Rig looks Great

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