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Great thread, and love the road trip pics..the pic of the car by your tent is priceless!
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Thanks Trek! I try to put it to good use.

Just hit 216,000 miles this past weekend. Celebrated with a valve adjustment, oil change, fresh air filter, and finally reinstalled the rest of the interior. Added some more sound deadening then put the carpet and seats back in, it's amazing how much quieter and more comfortable the car is on the highway and still a nice engine/exhaust note to let you know the power is behind you.

Went out camping, had to park short of the trailhead due to limited ground clearance but crossed a stream and had some good 'rockcrawling.'







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More Adventuring in Eastern WA, 500 mile road trip all smiles. Almost at 220k!









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Ski car shenanigans...

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Ski car shenanigans...

Really cool.

Snoquolmie?

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Really cool.

Snoquolmie?

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Mt. Baker actually!
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Mt. Baker actually!
Nice drive.

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Unexpected snow storm at work the other week made for a fun commute...


Foglight broke the other week as well.. Debating pulling them both off vs. new lenses. Leaning towards removing them but don't want unsightly holes.
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Lenses with a protective film after.

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[QUOTE=flon3y;9869712]Unexpected snow storm at work the other week made for a fun commute...


Very cool to see one being driven as Dr. Porsche intended.
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Thanks Ken, this is my daily driver so it gets to experience a little bit of everything. I keep telling myself I should get another car to put miles on but this one is just so much fun to drive...

Went up for closing today at Mt. Baker!





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