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My brother and I used my 95 for logging. My folks were cheap and
had a wood stove to heat the house in the winter, and my dad had
a friend with some unused land that he didn't mind us cutting on.
So off we went with a chainsaw, drove up the dirt road, folded down
the seats and filled it up. It went down to the suspension stops and
was um, er, a bit wonky turning and stopping, but we got quite a bit
of wood back to my folks house.
Good times, good times indeed, but so very long ago.
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- 1967 Saab 95, gelmenthaler , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 10:09:271
- Re: 1967 Saab 95, eric in vermont , Wed, 1 Nov 2017 13:52:31
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