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I believe everybody has been spot on in regards to their assessments. I was impressed with the stance of the of the big bend and outer banks and am happy with my choice not to go Sasquatch . The most part I was disappointed in was the plastic all along the interior felt like a much cheaper vehicle.

pics of the welds and the rear vents that I was interested to take as I haven’t seen them in detail here.Also, a kid in the back seat.

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I believe everybody has been spot on in regards to their assessments. I was impressed with the stance of the of the big bend and outer banks and am happy with my choice not to go Sasquatch . The most part I was disappointed in was the plastic all along the interior felt like a much cheaper vehicle.

pics of the welds and the rear vents that I was interested to take as I haven’t seen them in detail here.Also, a kid in the back seat.

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Do you reckon these are the two that will be at Sam Galloway Ford in Fort Myers tomorrow Frank?
 
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Do you reckon these are the two that will be at Sam Galloway Ford in Fort Myers tomorrow Frank?
Yes. These will be the same ones at Sam Galloway
 

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I just saw the Badlands and the FE last weekend in Cleveland, but I happen to be on Vaca in Cape Coral only seven miles away from Galloway, might as well go see a couple other trims. What better way to spend an hour on vacation?
 

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Thanks for the pics! How was it getting in? Did you hop up or just slide into the seat. Had to word it that's way so she wouldn't say that. Lol
 
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Thanks for the pics! How was it getting in? Did you hop up or just slide into the seat. Had to word it that's way so she wouldn't say that. Lol
Getting in was about the same as my 4Runner. It will be nice having the step for the kids.
 

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We get eyes on today in Ft. Myers!!! So excited!!!

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I have to say that the rear vent situation is tragic. Of all this fantastic engineering that went into the '21, this was a fail.
It's designed as a practical application for an open top vehicle. Top off will have to have air coming form the lowest point.

It's not pretty but this is an efficient way to condition the rear.
 

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It's designed as a practical application for an open top vehicle. Top off will have to have air coming form the lowest point.

It's not pretty but this is an efficient way to condition the rear.
Good point for those occasions.
 

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It's designed as a practical application for an open top vehicle. Top off will have to have air coming form the lowest point.

It's not pretty but this is an efficient way to condition the rear.
  1. Because cold are... rises?
  2. Because vents in the rear of the center console would look... worse?
 

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