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This 1977 Volvo 303 is owned by Cole Wilson of Yakima, Washington. Cole runs a stock 3.0L straight-six engine, which may not seem like much of a powerplant, but what this ex-military hauler lacks in power, it makes up for with axles. The stock portal axles offer a whopping 21 inches of ground clearance at each pumpkin. Each are equipped with vacuum-operated lockers that keep the 305/75/16 Trelleborg tires turning. Now re-appointed for fun trips, this seven-passenger Swedish expedition vehicle can be seen on trails all over the Pacific Northwest. With a top speed of 70 mph, Cole assures us he isn't in a hurry when driving the Princess.
A.J. Condon of Manchester, Maryland, sent in this photo of his 1984 CJ-7. It has an AMC 360 V-8 mated to a Dodge NV4500 transmission and NP205 transfer case. Dual front steering Rockwells outfitted with full hydraulic steering turn 44-inch TSL Swampers on 15x12 Stazworks double bead-locked wheels. The rig rides on Jeep J-20 rear leaf springs. A Warn 8,000-pound winch is on standby for extraction duties.
Bill Riservato sent us this shot of his 1993 Bronco on the Moab Rim Trail. It's powered by a 5.8L engine equipped with a Jacobs ignition system, Gibson headers, and a K&N filter. It has a 4-inch Rancho lift, 4.10:1 gears with a Detroit Locker in the back and a limited-slip up front. Thirty three-inch tires and lots of skidplates keep this Temecula, California, resident wheeling trails all over the West.
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Joseph Piombo of Long Island, New York, sent us this shot of his 1999 Toyota Tacoma V-6. Modifications include a 6-inch Fabtech lift, a 3-inch Performance Accessories body lift, a set of 35x12.50 BFG MT KOs mounted on 15x8 black steel U.S. Wheels. Other features include onboard air, stainless steel brake lines, ceramic brake pads and drilled/slotted rotors, and a pair of custom rock sliders.