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  • Mitsubishi Conquers Rubicon Trail : Part 1

    Most people say the Montero is a "soccer mom mobile" however, I wanted to prove them wrong! Oversees, the Montero won the Dakar Rally for years and they are used heavily for expedition travel.

    This may be the first fully independent suspension (full body) truck to drive through the Rubicon. It was flawless, no breakdowns. Exceptional driving challenge and adventure!

    (don't attempt this trail without proper equipment, experience and capable support group. it is extremely remote and no cell coverage)

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    All video recorded with Sony a6000 with 10-18mm lens.

    Huge thanks to Sam (my bro) for shooting and editing video! He did a great job. Enjoy!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: California | Mitsubishi Conquers Rubicon Trail | September 1-5, 2015 started by venturer View original post
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      95MontyLS -
      Awesome video!!
    1. 05MonteroDan's Avatar
      05MonteroDan -
      Wow, that looks like an amazing experience!
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