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TRAVELER joined our family in May of 2001

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2001 Chili Pepper Red SLT
From the factory Sept. 13, 2000 at 18:56:37

Sandstone Cloth Interior
5.9L V8  3.55 gears
3rd Row Seat w/Rear AC
Heavy Duty Group
Tow Package
Wheel/Wheelflare Group (235/70/R16)
Fog Lamps
Mopar Running Boards

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With a few Modifications:
Click the Mod's Button in the header for more information on those listed below as well as others.

StreetScene Grill/Valence Inserts
APC Clear Corner Lenses
Weathertech Weatherflectors

Adam 2-Horse Trailer
Rancho 9000 Shocks
Michelin LTX M/S
TrimKing Wood Dash Kit

What's in a name? 

All the other family members have names including the "Rocket," a 1997 Flame Red Dodge Dakota Sport pick-up.  So it only seemed right.

We picked Traveler for a couple of reasons:

Traveling is one of our favorite things to do.  We generally put 20,000 miles on our primary vehicle each year.

Traveler was also the name of general Robert E. Lee's favorite horse during the Civil War. This satisfies Mike's Virginia heritage and my love of beautiful and powerful vehicles - 4-wheeled or 4-legged.

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Thanks for stopping by.

You can find additional information and pictures by clicking the links for Mods and Travels at the top of this page.

Also check out the link for the Durango Owner's Club below or feel free to send an email to me if you have comments or questions.


Counter D-enthusiasts have cruised on through here since we opened August 20th 2001

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