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Lest we forget, Granville King...
One of the most popular Four Wheeler writers was Granville King. He was Four Wheeler’s Baja correspondent from 1984 until the time of his death in 1989. He wrote a variety of stories for Four Wheeler, including his "From the Backcountry" series, which was an account of a life devoid of many modern trappings, but filled with backcountry adventures and mechanical tips.
I loved his “Jeep Bible” repair manual. Used on Amazon for $75(others value it too)
A typical story.
https://www.fourwheeler.com/features/trailss-end-granville-king-drivin-broke-and-dumb/
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Lest we forget, Granville King...
One of the most popular Four Wheeler writers was Granville King. He was Four Wheeler’s Baja correspondent from 1984 until the time of his death in 1989. He wrote a variety of stories for Four Wheeler, including his "From the Backcountry" series, which was an account of a life devoid of many modern trappings, but filled with backcountry adventures and mechanical tips.
I loved his “Jeep Bible” repair manual. Used on Amazon for $75(others value it too)
A typical story.
https://www.fourwheeler.com/features/trailss-end-granville-king-drivin-broke-and-dumb/
Thanks for the memories, Sourdough...I used to read Granville’s columns back in the day!;)
 
 



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