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Thread: Expedition overland going the PCOR route with their JT

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    Expedition overland going the PCOR route with their JT

    After seeing the video from XO giving an update on their build, that tay and canopy definitely looks better on 4 doors...

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    Looks right for them. Glad to see XO’s finally building on American Vehicles. Can’t wait to see what they do with it.


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    I literally just passed these guys at the gas station. They seem like a cool crew, they were giving lots of thumbs up. Look forward to watching the build.

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    I could get behind a build like that for glamping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgelrod View Post
    I could get behind a build like that for glamping.
    The older you get, the more glamping becomes appealing. It’s nice having some basic camp chores made easier.


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    Now if Codex were to look like this, that would be amazing...
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    Other than the wheels, that’s a great looking Jeep.


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    Isn’t that the same bed Dynatrac used? Looks more balanced with the 4 Door.

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    Expedition overland going the PCOR route with their JT

    ^Agreed. It looks way better on a 4 door. Still not sure I’d like the dog catcher box though.
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    Tony Carvallo should take notes.


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