Crandon Pics - MTG

philsmike

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Here's a few pics from Crandon - Quality could be better, it is what it is.

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retroblazer

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The white truck that has the Charlie's Automotive on the door, is that a Flannery entry? Keep posting those pictures. How about some of the Formula 4x4's?
 

philsmike

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That's Luke Johnson, RJ's son. He ran in Limited 2 (Sportsman2) be bought Dave Waldvogel's truck and was blue and black all year except for Crandon. It was done to honor Jack Flannery. Pretty Cool.

He might be running it on PRO-2 at Perris or Vegas, haven't heard yet.

Working on Luke's video about Crandon now. Should be ready in a few days.

Chris, you need to come to Weyauwega, WI Oct.10, to race either F4x4 or Tough Truck with the former Flying Tomato Can.
 

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The "Raffonator" is currently parked in El Cajon awaiting another chance to redeem itself in Baja.
 

MeFirst

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That's Luke Johnson, RJ's son. He ran in Limited 2 (Sportsman2) be bought Dave Waldvogel's truck and was blue and black all year except for Crandon. It was done to honor Jack Flannery. Pretty Cool.

He might be running it on PRO-2 at Perris or Vegas, haven't heard yet.

Working on Luke's video about Crandon now. Should be ready in a few days.

Chris, you need to come to Weyauwega, WI Oct.10, to race either F4x4 or Tough Truck with the former Flying Tomato Can.
Last I heard, the plan was to run only Primm. The truck is still in Wisconsin getting a little TLC after Luke rolled twice at Crandon.
 

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Last I heard, the plan was to run only Primm. The truck is still in Wisconsin getting a little TLC after Luke rolled twice at Crandon.
Not to mention how many times that thing was on fire.
 

CMI CHUCK

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You see when I used to race motocross, it took stones about this size!

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