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Oldie but a Goodie

The “King in the North” comparison from way back in the October 2017 issue was one of your best stories ever. But those three trucks are now old (with all three of them having been replaced), and there's an entire company of new trucks waiting to prove themselves. We have the new Jeep Gladiator, a new Ram 2500 Power Wagon, the Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison, a new Ford F-150 Raptor, new HD trucks from Chevy and GMC that have some (if only a little) off-roading capability, and hints of an all-new Ford Ranger Raptor. Might one reasonably infer that the time is coming for a second round with the Trans-Labrador Highway?

Michael Montgomery

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