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LoneWolf'burban
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May 27, 2014
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U.S. Army Mechanic and don't know yet. Looking fo

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LoneWolf'burban

New Member, from Ozarks

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LoneWolf'burban was last seen:
May 27, 2014
    1. chevytruckprincess
      chevytruckprincess
      I sold the 'Vette last month and I don't think I'll keep my regular cab long enough to consider swapping motors out.
    2. LoneWolf'burban
      LoneWolf'burban
      When it comes to people like that you just have to let them learn the hard way. I just don't like the price. With the helo air borne I think it's a logistics and space issue. Cheaper and easier to use helicopters instead of planes and they just have to make a pass over the drop zone and the guys jump out. Sounds lazy to me. That puts legal targets in the air but we spare the machine. Rather have a faster way down than that.
    3. sgtsjj
      sgtsjj
      ya they came in and told my unit to f off they knew what they were doing so my unit just sat back and packed up and got the heck outta there, it seems like it would be faster and safer for the chopper pilots to just touch down and kick the grunts out, but i guess the old airborne guys are complaining to much?!?
    4. sgtsjj
      sgtsjj
      ya im sure if i brought your unit up my old unit would probably recoginze it, umm as for the 82nd, they have to change everything because it was the 101st that was there before them and there are still guys that believe teh 82nd is better than the 101st and have to change everything to their way and cant do anything the way it was before. thats why when the 82nd relieved my unit in sammarra iraq they lost 13 people in 2 months just because they didnt want to listen to what my boys had to say. its sad when ignorance gets in the way of common sense
    5. sgtsjj
      sgtsjj
      3/187 inf reg, 101st airborne the rakkasans! i was with battlehard 3rd platoon when i went to iraq with them
    6. LoneWolf'burban
      LoneWolf'burban
      Thank ya thank ya. Got my lil 6 to save gas. It's got some pep but it's keeping a lot more money in my pocket than my 454 did.
    7. Blacksheep1
      Blacksheep1
      Welcome to the V6 group!
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    Location:
    Ozarks
    Occupation:
    U.S. Army Mechanic and don't know yet. Looking fo
    Vehicles:
    Burban being built, going for a limo type ride with 500hp. GMC Sonoma GT being driven, with mostly
    I love the feeling of being shoved deep into a seat when I drop the hammer. Love going for long cruises down a winding road with good friends and good tunes.

    V-8s roaring, guns blazing, hunting, fishing

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    1992 GMC Sonoma GT 4.3
    1984 C20 'burban 454
    1963 C10 283
    One lead foot
    Two hands that turn a steering wheel very quickly and very well.
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