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Guest Message by DevFuse

Road Trip Oregon to Wisconsin

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#1 Guest_tom2turbo2_*

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Posted 22 April 2003 - 08:01 PM

Hey there everybody,

I am planning a road trip from Oregon to Wisconsin May 5 thru whenever I get to Milwaukee. I am driving my brothers new 1978 4X4 Wagon, well new to him with a new Japanese 1600cc engine installed by yours truely this week. I am looking for anyone along or close to my route who could give a helping hand if I run into difficulties. I have friends in Pendleton, Walla Walla, Helena and Minneapolis to hit up if needed, but there is a lot of gaps in between. Plan is to leave this rust free California car in Milwaukee and fly back.


Planned route includes:
I-84 to Pendleton
US 12 to Missoula
I-90 to Billings
I-90 to Tomah, WI or
I-94 thru Minneapolis, Tomah, Madison, Milwaukee.

Edited by: tom2turbo2 at: 4/22/03 8:45:40 pm

#2 Guest_tom2turbo2_*

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Posted 13 May 2003 - 07:48 PM

Well, I made the trip, the Subbie did as well but behind the Volvo tow car. Interesting trip, and several issues with the Volvo along the way. Subbie looks really nice here in Rust City.

Thanks to all who offered help along the way.

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