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Tommy seams to care not about the culinary aspect of this thread. He’s the one who inspired this thread. He reponded and now he has ghosted us. Clearly he only cares about the automotive aspect of it. This is simply unacceptable. This entire discussion of pizza, condiments and sandwiches would otherwise never started but not for this thread.
Now for some more of the automotive aspect. Which is superior for a tail gate? Does the Bronco have a fold down tail gate table like the Wrangler for all of these culinary delicacies? Which is better designed for a portable refrigerator?

Looks like Ford got crafty with a table solution. Except you can't sit or lean on the bumper while using the table.

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Yes, a chuckwagon competition between the two should be done by @TFL. This would be interesting.

And while we’re at it, let’s talk chili. Real chili has no beans in it. They are an artificial thickener. Acceptable as a side dish, which some can opt not to eat. But do not pour them into a perfectly good pot of chili.
 

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Yes, a chuckwagon competition between the two should be done by @TFL. This would be interesting.

And while we’re at it, let’s talk chili. Real chili has no beans in it. They are an artificial thickener. Acceptable as a side dish, which some can opt not to eat. But do not pour them into a perfectly good pot of chili.
A daily use and chuckwagon competition would be fun.

I agree 100%, no beans in chili. The late great Carroll Shelby bought us many great automobiles. He also was a chili aficionado and bought us one of the better chili mixes for lazy folks like myself who don't want to grind and mix spices. Very good product. Much better than many "famous" chili restaurants like Skyline's Cincinnati-style chili. One word for it YUCK!

https://carrollshelbyschili.com/
 
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Dare we go so far as to imply that one who would prefer legumes in their chili would be more likely to choose a Bronco as their preferred method of conveyance?
 

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he’s too busy playing with his short red black tip Willy’s.

Considering the Ford buyer, they really thought of everything.
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I love 2-door Wranglers. I am a HUGE fan of Tommy's 2-door Willys. I like his color choice also, black grill and all. I am not a fan of the blue shirt the Ford buyer is wearing though. Not sure why? Looks like it matches his truck though?
 

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Looks like he is due any moment now 😫
 

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Hey Tommy here! Sorry to be late to the party, and thanks for the lively discussion. I am honored that it went on so long.

Very interesting to see the two different dynamics and attitudes between the two forums (Wrangler and Bronco)... I find it a much less hostile environment on this end of the internet.

Thanks all for the kind words, really enjoying the Willy's! I do think over the past two weeks it has fulfilled my needs perfectly and I am really happy with the trim.

As many have mentioned I am excited to push my Jeep beyond what I can typically do with a press unit, although I will say it feels harder to bash those skid plates with your name on the title!

Even if I did want to spend the additionally money on the 2.0T with the auto, I really am not sure I would. I know a lot of folks like that engine and certainly at altitude it is a much more potent choice. I do however feel it to be a little high strung at slow speeds and just a little odd in the power delivery standpoint for an off-roader. Love to see some feedback on that engine though from other members.

Thanks for watching, hope to see you on the trail!
Thanks Tommy! Your choice of the Wrangler (and vid on “is it worth the wait”) convinced me to make the move as well. Looking forward to seeing more of your adventures in that Willys, and hope to see you on the trails!
 

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Thanks Tommy! Your choice of the Wrangler (and vid on “is it worth the wait”) convinced me to make the move as well. Looking forward to seeing more of your adventures in that Willys, and hope to see you on the trails!
Welcome to the forum and congratulations!

I’ve seen several comments like yours. I think Tommy’s honest videos about his Willys has inspired many to buy a Jeep.
 

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Here is another in the series. Tommy shows more of what a stock Willys can do.

Tommy’s message that “less is more” when you go off-roading resonates with me. And is very refreshing in this age of social media.
 
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