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    While enjoy reading about the sport of SHTF ! Saturday I watched the local NASCAR races. Boring to say the least but they had a trailer race destruction derby ! Now that was fun. The vehicles were pulling trailers The little cars couldn't muster the debris on the road and were crunched and died real quick, the minivans did a bit better ,the large 1970 sedans did surprisingly good and an old Ford full size Bronco and a huge Dually pickup were the last two surviving. The Ford Bronco lost due to hanging up on the dually's trailer. Bigger is better it seems.

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    Couple of Grand Cherokees and a TJ Wrangler.
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    F150 or TJ Wrangler

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    Just picked up an '18 4Runner TRD PRO last monday.

    And I also have bike. And since mountainbiking is one of my other obsessions, I guess I'm tolerably capable on it.

    Previously, had a modded '15 JKU Rubicon. (Below pic is the Jeep with our tent camper.)

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    With 4 kids, a minivan is almost obligatory. Wife has a 2016 Caravan we bought new - has less than 9,000 miles on it still, so it's as good as it gets for transport.

    MY vehicles.



    The RC is a constant work in progress, but it's BEEN offroad, and is getting closer everyday to serious capabilities. The '07 Commander is paid for & out of warranty, but hasn't exploded yet. It's lifted, and been modded a bit. Nowhere close to ready for the Moab yet, but can git 'r' done on most anything short of that.

    The wife & the kids (Autism) would go absolutely flibbertygibbits in a REAL bugout, and the wife hates BOTH my trucks. At gunpoint, I think I could make her drive the Jeep with the kids. The RC will hafta haul "the goods."
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    What is your ready vehicle



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    A 2008 nissan frontier that was "wrecked" 5 years ago but still runs. Spray bombed od green. I just need to make it 4 miles to my bug out location. And i also have a 4 wheela with spare ignition parts in a faraday box.

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    I am in one of two vehicles most of the time, my ole trusty 06 Tacoma TRD or my 07 JKU Rubiclone(rubicon clone). If TSHTF and I could choose, it would be the Taco.
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    I don't have a separate "go" vehicle. Buy my every day vechile would be pretty good.

    I have a 2018 Subaru Crosstrek. Id load up the roof rack and put some gas cans that currently get used for yard equipment on it and whatever else I needed. I have a second set of wheels for winter tires so I may consider swapping out to those as they are a bit more aggressive of tread.
    Diligentia Vis Celeritas
    "No, it's just a machine. I'm the weapon." - Jack Harper in Oblivion

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