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Re: we have classic trucks/what classic cars have we? 31 Aug 2009 18:15 #2748

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I got a 1950 80" L/R 1976 110 R/R same as the yellow series
and sill using me R model, and me favorite 1944 gpw



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Re: we have classic trucks/what classic cars have we? 31 Aug 2009 21:08 #2749

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Old Dog how about a pic of your 80 inch Landover. Dave

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Re: we have classic trucks/what classic cars have we? 01 Sep 2009 19:50 #2750

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Dave. it is completley stripped down. and lacking room
i am not going to start putting it together till i have 110% of the
parts. It was a basket case. Am doing every thing as i go
when it is all done it won't take long to get it finished.
I just havent got the room to have a rolling chassis sitting
there for a couple of years. Even bought a TIG welder
as the labour cost is getting too high ti get it done .

The TIG is harder to master than i thought.... Learning tho.......Mark

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Re: we have classic trucks/what classic cars have we? 18 Sep 2009 17:24 #2751

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Well then here,s a pic of my Army series 3 landrover as seen on Anzac day Melb this year and Sandown last year.............
&&Grasp

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