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    I did a search and could not find a picture thread for M880's, so I decided I'd post one. I thought it would be cool to have a central picture thread for M880's and all variants. A lot of other forums I'm have these and great to place to get ideas and see different trucks in all different colors, condition, etc. I'll start by posting my newly acquired M880, and a few others that I've found on the net (I don't think these are anybody's here, but I'll take them off if they are!) It would especially cool to see some old pictures and pictures of them in stock as delivered form if anybody had any. I look forward to seeing your trucks!
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    '84 M1009 Blazer
    '70 Kaiser M35A2 W/OW Whistler!!
    '67 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '68 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '77 Dodge M880
    '90 Kasel M101A2
    '67 Johnson Corp M105A2

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    1977 M885 with S250 shelter and H1 wheels, 1977 M890 with troop seats and cargo cover. Both memorial day at Kansas City's Liberty Memorial. M885 bring the S250 shelter home.
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    Heres a few of my red Soldiers
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    Try getting this insured as you first car ever =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWMULES View Post
    1977 M885 with S250 shelter and H1 wheels, 1977 M890 with troop seats and cargo cover. Both memorial day at Kansas City's Liberty Memorial. M885 bring the S250 shelter home.

    You're making me think hard about going with H1 wheels!
    '84 M1009 Blazer
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    '67 Johnson Corp M105A2

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    Quote Originally Posted by stellaruthie View Post
    Heres a few of my red Soldiers
    And you're making want to break out the buffer on the red!
    '84 M1009 Blazer
    '70 Kaiser M35A2 W/OW Whistler!!
    '67 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '68 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '77 Dodge M880
    '90 Kasel M101A2
    '67 Johnson Corp M105A2

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    Here's some more I found on the web!
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    '84 M1009 Blazer
    '70 Kaiser M35A2 W/OW Whistler!!
    '67 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '68 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '77 Dodge M880
    '90 Kasel M101A2
    '67 Johnson Corp M105A2

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    Ok,
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    Quote Originally Posted by N1265 View Post
    Ok,
    Oh yeah! That's what I'm talking about!
    '84 M1009 Blazer
    '70 Kaiser M35A2 W/OW Whistler!!
    '67 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '68 Jeep Kaiser M715 SOLD!!
    '77 Dodge M880
    '90 Kasel M101A2
    '67 Johnson Corp M105A2

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    As lothe as I am to start another project I can't get the picture of the 880 near me out of my mind. I may pop over there this weekend and check it out.

    Since diesel is headed into the stratosphere and I need a full sized truck (that is smaller than the deuce) I am considering the 880.

    Did I read somewhere that these are full time four wheel drive?

    That would make fuel milage suck....right?

    If it is full time how hard is it to make it selectable?

    I like the 318 and the idea of a truck without a lot of electronic crapola on it.

    Are these trucks less prone to electrical gremlins than the Chevys?
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