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  • The old wagoneer is better suited anyway. sandykayak

    crossing with "liened" car

  • When I drove down the first time in 2005 with the wagoneer packed to the roof I just told them I was coming down for the season and my husband was flying and these were my things I needed for the house I had rented.

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  • You said: Shoot, its not just older than 10 years then .... that crumbles the cookie for the 1990 wagoneer, geez.

    "mexicanizing US car?"

  • Shoot, its not just older than 10 years then .... that crumbles the cookie for the 1990 wagoneer, geez.

    "mexicanizing US car?"

  • Well, junker no, 1990 jeep grand wagoneer, a little rust around the edges, goes anywhere, intimidated by no truck or animal and hauls at 85 mph thru the desert - gotta keep it.

    "mexicanizing US car?"

  • The wagoneer could see that the Superior Maunt was waiting, hopefully, for her own deliverance from this world and delivery unto the next.

    Son of a Witch

  • He could guess the unspoken: a wagoneer who came this way with heavy gear to sell would be back with shells for a tax man's pockets.

    The Burning City

  • The wagoneer half stood, turning, slicing blind with his long knife in a move he must have practiced for years.

    The Burning City

  • The wagoneer stumbled, tried to stab out anyway, and was cursing as Whandall's blade slid in under his armpit.

    The Burning City

  • Hammer had married a girl from a town in Paradise Valley and was content to be a wagoneer foreman.

    The Burning City

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