Hello all Florida Memebers. My Name is Rodney Reed. I live in New Smyrna Beach, ( Daytona). I have a 78 Plymouth Trailduster 4x4 400BB 36x12.5x15" Super Swamper Tsl's, 3" body lift. 4.56 gears front and rear. Custom rear bumper custom Front bumper. Warn industrial 12000lb winch, Custom Spare tire carrier.
thanks for having me aboard.
Hello all. My name is Bill Cowan and I am from Pensacola, Florida. I have a 87 RC 4x4, 318, automatic. Will be replacing the engine soon and am looking for information / advice on 360 or 440 (have access to both).
Hey all - I've been active in the Florida Chapter for awhile but never did a formal introduction.
My name is Richard and I drive a 1984 Ramcharger 4X4 Prospector Custom 150 with a mild lift (unsure of how high) and 31 inch tires. I live in the Orlando area.
My truck was used by the original owner to tow boats and from the fade marks on the instrument cluster I would say it sat in the same spot for long periods of time.
The odometer had just a few miles under 100,000 when I bought it last spring. I recently had the front brakes entirely re-done and the shop said it looked like they were original parts, which seems to support the odometer reading.
Aside from a rusted exhast system the truck runs strong and really only needs cosmetic work and some TLC.
This is my first 4 wheel drive vehicle and I have only had it off road with the drive engaged for a couple of brief outings.
Hello, My name is Ron Goss screen name turbo, I'm from DeBary, I have an 85 R/C 4x4 that we drove off the showroom floor in Deland. My truck is close to stock except for the performer intake and 600 holley. I have been a mopar guy from the middle 70's starting with a Cordoba then moved into the 80's with mostly fwd turbo cars. Sure glad to see them bring back the turbo in the PT.
I have lived around central Florida since 1957 wow probably longer than most of you are old. My first vehicle was a 1948 jeep station wagon 4x4. I learned to drive in the Ocala nation Forest. Its a wonder there are any trees left. I thought that old jeep was bulldozer. (didn't have to worry about too much traffic in there) I'm looking foreword to meeting you all. e-mail [email protected]
What's up guys and gals,
My name is Mike and I live in North Miami. I am the proud owner of a 1990 RC 4x4 with a 318 auto. 6" Superlift with 35" BFG Mud Terrains. Getting ready to swap out steering assemblies and hopefully, if I can find one, swap in a 340. I've been a member of this club for quite some time now but took about a 6 month hiatus so i'm a liitle behind on current club events. Last I heard, we were getting t-shirts and club stickers for our trucks. Someone throw me a friggin bone here . I received an email the other day from someone telling me of the Florida chapter. Like the idiot I am I deleted it. So I hope this will do for submitting my request to join. Thanks guys and hope to see you soon.
Stay safe and dirty,
Well guys looks like the chapter is doin much better than it was 6 months ago.Glad to see so much interest hopefully it will last this time....Oh ya I'm Jamm (Jason Mcpherson) the rest of my info is in my profile as far as vehicles and mods go.....I live in Naples FL.....nice to meet you all...........
hello, my name is Eric Lavin, and I live in Bradenton, FL.
I have an 88 ramcharger 4x4 with about 65,000 miles on it.
I have been a visitor to this site for quite a while now, but not much of a poster.
That is beginning to change since I have decided to start working on my truck.
I want to change the gears, find the clunk, fix the steering slop, mill/port/polish the heads, re-cam, install electric ignition, and an electric fan.
Hello to y'all!
My name is Chuck and I live just outside of Palatka. (just about 50 Mi. from Jax, Daytona, Ocala, and Gainsville.)
I own a 74 Powerwagon (Ole blue)W200 3/4 ton 4WD 318 auto 3" lift on 33x12.50's
I also own a 97 Ram 1500 ext. cab 2WD (132,000 Mi.)
and a 97 Ram 1500 ext. cab 4WD Sport (137,000 Mi.)
I'm lookin forward to meeting you all one day.
I'm fixin' to pull Ole blue outta the mothball fleet and start workin on her as soon as I get my shop built(TIRED of laying
in the dirt!)
Hi, My name is Joe Tommasini, I've been addicted to sauteed walrus for about 4 yea...DAMNIT, wrong board. Right, now...the introduction, of course!
I'm Joe, I have a '93 4x4 RC and I'm looking to get my paws on an older pop-top. I live in Tampa, and I'm a student at the University of South Florida. My majors are chemical engineering and marine biology. I wish I could say I'm a range lizard, but I don't have the time to go shooting as much as I want. I'm an avid gun owner. It would be fun to organize a weekend range day perhaps if anyone else is interested. So, in other words..hi
I'm Pete Szelwach from Bradenton. I picked the name JuiceManRC91 because I manage the Fruit Operations area at Tropicana Products, Inc. I drove my 91 RC 4x4 LE 318 auto off the lot when I was stationed at Ft Bragg, NC, and jumped out of perfectly good planes. 91K original miles and going strong. I'm searching for a 4" lift right now and will also probably swap my 31x10.50 BFG ATs for 33x12.50 BFG ATs. There's 2 other RCs at the plant and I'll try to make contact with those guys - maybe even recruit them for this chapter.
Sorry it has taken me so long to introduce myself. I am Rodney's (mid_evil_thymz) wife. I am soon to have an '85 rc royal se. We live in New Smyrna Beach and we have 3 children together and he has another daughter. It has taken so long beacause I have to practically wrestle the computer from him. As you can see he is very busy with the sight. If i run into any problems I will not hesitate to post my question he cannot answer for me here.....
Hello all. My name is Mark Fjelsted and I am in the Fort Walton Beach area. I have a '77 RC 4X4 with a soft top on it (the hard top is in the shed), an '89 RC with 240,000 + original on the 318 and an '01 Ram 1500 4X4.
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