Shoot that thing is sweet! I bet you would miss it if you got a car that could not go off pavement or tow your wheeler or have the ability to blast through an occasional snow drift.
BTW, I thought I had you convinced that you should retire to NM,
on the basis of proximity to public lands!
Yeah I am leaning toward another similar vehicle if I decide to get something else...and I still may and just keep this unit
for recreational purposes and for beating back n forth to work.
Retirement is still a few years off unless my feet degrade from 25 years of pounding on the concrete and I gotta get a
disability. Barring that I think my retirement plan feels good when I think of having a summer home up here in the nice
weather and a winter Home on the Far Southern US border where it is nice n warm in the winter.
When I make that move, I may opt to rent a place in the South and hence the
car that would allow the traverse back n forth. So If I do this plan, then
New Mexico is in range, Arizona is in range, or Nevada….and none of them
have to be permanent. My permanent residence would prolly be here in Whyomin