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Old 02-02-2016, 06:04 AM   #1
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Default M792/M561 Gama Goat

Wasnt sure weather to put this here or in the unique vehicle thread please move if needed.

OK picked up a M792 Ambulance last summer in pretty good shape running/driving had a blast rocking around chitina all summer but like 800mi on it just thought I would share some pics

OK i lied tried to post pics 3 times gave up lol I'll try to post them somewhere else and put a link after work.
I exercised once, but I found I was allergic to it. My skin flushed my heart raced. I got sweaty and short of breath. . . VERY dangerous

1997 Dakota 5.9L 33/12.50's and a winch

2001 Durango 5.9R/T Stock for now . . .

1994 Jeep Cherokee 4.5" lift 34x10.50 swampers
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Old 02-18-2016, 05:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: M792/M561 Gama Goat

IIRC Gama Goats came with a 3/71? GMC diesel that had Chevy bell housing bolt pattern.
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