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Melanie Thurston's
1991 Explorer XLT
Melanie Thurston and her Ford Explorer
Melanie Thurston and her 1991 Ford Explorer XLT

We live in Utah and as you all know Utah has lots of mountains. We are located only three minutes from the hills. We have gone to Moab a few times, but we usually just go to the Wasatch National Forest. Where we live we call it the "B", that's  because there is a huge "B" on the side of the mountain. It's  a wonderland in both the summer and the winter. Lots of different hills and degrees of difficulity. From rivers to streams. The photos I sent to you were taken at the "B" and the mud bogs
        • Cinnamon brown custom made color
        • Tan cloth interior
        • 4.0 liter  V6
        • 4 inch Tough Country suspension lift
        • Rancho RS 9000  5-speed shocks
        • Rancho steering stabilizer 
        • 32x11.50x15 BFG M/T's
        • Custom alloy clear coat rims
        • Limo black tinting
        • Smoke license plate covers
        • Wade bugshield
        • Wade front and rear light covers
        • Wade window visors
        • Dee Zee running boards
Hill Climb
        • Chrome tail pipe
        • Baja driving lights 
        • Air conditioning tilt steering wheel
        • Cruise control
        • Sun roof power locks
        • Doors  alarm system
        • Detachable face Pioneer CD 
Dirt Hill

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