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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Those things are basically Fiat 500's, no?
    According to Car and Driver the fiat brother is the 500x.


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    This is from when I was up running a portion of the Naches and dinking around. Snow was lower than I expected so was just exploring. I was rolling solo on a weekday and came across this guy. Literally had nothing in the car, wearing tennis shoes, and t-shirt. No cell service and was far enough back he’d probably had been there awhile

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    Quote Originally Posted by rl206 View Post
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    This is from when I was up running a portion of the Naches and dinking around. Snow was lower than I expected so was just exploring. I was rolling solo on a weekday and came across this guy. Literally had nothing in the car, wearing tennis shoes, and t-shirt. No cell service and was far enough back he’d probably had been there awhile
    That could have ended badly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    That could have ended badly
    People are idiots.

    When I was young and dumb, I used to take my car places like that, but I was at least prepared. I had Carharts, boots, gloves, extra clothes, blankets, food, tire chains, recovery gear, a shovel, pick, and a High Lift.

    I got stuck, but always got myself out and home.

    I really started seeing stupid when I moved to California. Just like the guy above, summer clothes, street tires, zero supplies of any kind, and stuck in a snowbank as far up the mountain as they could make it. 🤯

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