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Driving yoga...

DirtDonk

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That way, even fixing a broken down rig can be a Zen like experience. :)
Helps when it’s in a nice surrounding like that though! Great pic.
Old shot, or just taken?
 
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Z Bronco

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I took the picture yesterday, first Bronco pic of 2022.
 
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Z Bronco

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Those are Bestop doors, they can also have the top part removed to become half doors. My old Kayline soft doors seal better against the elements, but fit on the outside of the roadster inserts and are a one piece door, they are no longer made however.
 

MarsChariot

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Great shot. I agree that driving is on a whole new level with our vehicles. Yes, what's that vibration I never noticed before? Is that smoke smell coming from the Bronco or is that just somebody tarring a roof? What's that whine? Did the suspension feel kind of loose on that last bump? Is it me or the road or is it pulling to the right a lot? And the beat goes on and on.
 
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