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Your Ridiculously Radical Mitsubishi Delica Wallpapers Are Here

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Photo: Derick Yan
Weekend WallpaperPut these on your desktop to look cool and awesome.

Big, lumbering, slow, and much taller than it is wide, the Mitsubishi Delica is the model for all vans to aspire toward. This particularly rad Delica has a huge and awesome roof rack and more forward facing auxiliary lights than your local Mexican restaurant has variations of tortilla with cheese, meat, and vegetables. With a proper two-tone paint job and a wheel/tire package that lends some serious off-road credibility, this Delica makes way more sense than some boring crossover!

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And thankfully there are two shots of this totally rad van that you can choose to use for your i-telephone.

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teamtestbot - the David Tracy of Vans

On the contrary, the USDM 2WD versions (more Mighty Max than Pajero) is, in my opinion, actually deceptively sporty!

My recent “old man yells at cloud” rant is that there are probably now more JDM imports running around the country than remaining USDM models still running. They never sold that many here, and the hipsters who think Vanagons are played out are moving to these.  I am now outnumbered in the Boston metro!