Find a Wagoneer, Fix a Wagoneer, Drive a Wagoneer – Dirt Every Day Gets it Right

If you haven’t caught the latest episode of Dirt Every Day (DED:Roadkill as 4Wheel and Offroad:Hot Rod), well, you should. Despite the cold temps, it warms our Wagoneer-loving hearts.

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  1. Michael D. Avatar
    Michael D.

    What was great about that truck was how light and airy the cabin is. Probably has about as much roll over protection as an aluminum can, but that was impressive.

  2. Sjalabais Avatar

    What a tremendously likable guy…and that Jeep just looks fantastic.

  3. dead_elvis, inc. Avatar
    dead_elvis, inc.

    Makes me miss my (oh so very tired & wheezy) ’81 Wagoneer.

  4. Mark Avatar

    I am always amazed that the oil is never changed (or even checked in this case) on engines being started for the first time in years. Also, maybe they should check the transmission fluid before even starting the engine.

    1. Vairship Avatar

      I didn’t see them change the brake fluid. Did I miss that? Having the brakes fail just as they drove it out of the garage and having the Wagoneer plunge down a cliff would have been bad. Also, driving to the tire store on 40 year old tires seems like a bad idea…It doesn’t seem to be that much more effort to put the truck up on jack stands, take the wheels to the tire shop to have new tires mounted, and only then driving the truck.

    2. mad_science Avatar

      It’s almost as if they don’t show everything they do to/with the car in the episode…

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