Free Rides Again All Years Here

Starting it off with a ride in Kevin’s 1997 Dodge Dakota. It doesn’t matter what Argos year just post it here for a parade, Car, Tractor or Truck rides at Argos. This is so people can see all in one place the Argos vehicles that have been featured and others from all around the world. And get a ride in them.
If you have no video of your truck or car at Argos then post it here also. Example of this is Wayne’s Dodge Ram V-10 work truck. He will not be bring it to Argos but it is a daily driver on DOW, Jo’s Trucks, Kristijan Cars and Truck, Koen Fat bed Van, Trike. Let’s fill this tread with just video Rides ONLY. Try for One video ride for each person’s vehcile . If you want to talk about their vehicles go to that person’s thread to ask questions and talk to them. Try to find members videos that have not been on here in a while. Lets do it. Have fun finding and posting our membership builds video rides. This is for present and pass membership builds ONLY. Thank you.
Bob

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Bob

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In Kansas an interview with Mother Earths John Rockhold .

After this interview they ask to sponsor a try at the Utah Salt Flat.

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95 dakota Argos 2018

Video by Koen Van Looken . 360 degree camera .

Look in the upper left and use the mouse to point the camera in any direction. ( I like the camera on Koen’s face when we hit the open road )

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Here is a drive in Carl Zinn’s truck.

Chris Saenz @Chris first truck build I think?

Mike LaRosa truck ride.

Bob

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Here’s the driving video I made for the Mazda.

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96 Dodge Ram V-10 4WD

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Bump to the top so new members can take a ride :blush:

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Thanks Wayne we can never have to many free video rides offers on this DOW site.
Bob

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Bump to the top so new members can take a ride :blush:

If any reply’s I would suggest ( Life goes on summer 2021) thread so we can keep this one mostly videos . Thanks .

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Letting David drive the 1992 Dodge Dakota Gasifier Truck.

Bob

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Here is Erik Werner is showing his truck and a short ride.

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Their trucks do have a good aesthetic when it’s built sidesaddle like the WW2 rigs.

I wonder what is the name of the narrow rectangular tubing he uses for radiators, if that’s an original gas cooler or if he made it.

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For those who had previously been talking about S.E. Werners CO boosting claims . . . at one point he does show the guts of his Hot-Char . . . . whachamacallit. “Ember Catcher”? “Ember Potentialize”?
It must run Hot. He shows percolating coffee on top of the can lid.
He shows the needed level of char dust. The fine-ness of that char-dust.

And later at 32-33 minutes, he has something to say with “W.K.” in his statements.
Steve Unruh

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All I could hear was “mr wayne keith I’m sure you’ve heard about him”.

Is he on bad terms with the forum?

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No CodyT.
Werner is respected on this Forum.
I’ve for years given out photocopies of his all-weld-up from Tanks system.

Many fellows choose not to Forums participate. And that’s O.K. Forums can be a bit, rough and tumble. Forums will always have someone, or ones asking for detailed explanations. Sometimes someone, or ones will demand math’s proofs.
Gotta’ have thick-skins, hard-toes to Forums endure.

Other fellows have a self-found/developed system special sub-feature that they believe in:
Jim Masons Hottotti; Ben Petersons Pyrolysis Accelerator; Wayne Kieths DropBox-HeatExchanger.

I see Werner as making his system from old commercial systems saved and restored parts and his own made bridging pieces.
Ha! Real nice to see a modern video of a full system hearth maintenance. Watch his tools use. The old-timer’s evolved to liking it Big, Robust and Simple.
S.U.

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We have some new members so I am bumping this thread to the top if they would like to go for a ride with us :blush:

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