Four By Four, Monsters, and Off-road.

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Belgium
Belgium
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a baby, candy, it's like taking.
TexRex72
God damn.

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I've been obsessed with short wheel base SUVs lately like the two (or is it three) door variants of SUVs. As well as the smaller kei class SUVs. They look awkward and stubby, but I enjoy them for it for some reason. Despite me complaining about SUV excess in another thread, these SWB SUVs tickle my fancy.


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Doesn't help I got to play around with a new Defender 90 V8 recently and loved it, despite how little sense it makes for anyone with a family. (My own photo of the one I drove)
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Guess I got obsessed enough with two door SUVs that I ended up buying an Isuzu VehiCROSS myself. :lol:
The newer ones are way too awkward for me. Boxier is better with these proportions, like the Pajero in your post and the Patrol at the top of that page.

The Isuzu is sufficiently boxy but it's a little too vertical and...I guess soft? The second generation Amigo fit that chassis better.

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I'm also okay with the first generation SWB Trooper as it was more hard-edged, but I really like the standard wheelbase two-door.

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It's a shame they didn't do that again for the second generation.
 
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Seattle WA
Do you watch their YouTube? I don't even off-road, but I sometimes find myself binging that channel for hours.
I've watched a few of their videos. It's pretty fascinating to see how people get their vehicles stuck or broken, and how these guys get their vehicles back to civilization.