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Greetings

Postby Gruntera on Mon Jun 06, 2016 10:04 am

Long time 4x4 owner. Had all the usual Landies, Mitsys etc.

Currently roughing it with a MKII Kia Sportage but making best of it with a 2" lift, ATs, snorkel etc.

On the look out for a cheap Fronty as a project. Ideally LWB but would consider a Stumpy, a runner and not so rotten it'll need thousands spent welding.

So I'll be lurking quietly, watching, learning, monitoring For Sale ads... ;)
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Re: Greetings

Postby yaki on Mon Jun 06, 2016 10:14 pm

Hi and welcome

Are you looking for an A or B Series, A Series are now getting thin on the ground but still good examples to be had that are not totally rotten. If you've had Discos then the Frontera definitely doesn't rust as bad
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Location: South Wales
Model: 2.8 TDI Sport 3dr
Registration Year: 1996/P
Vehicle Name: Eric
Modifications: A few

Front Winch & Bumper
MR2 Seats
+4" Springs
+4" Rough Country Shocks
Calmini Front Arms
Trooper Front Axle
Front Aussie Locker
Rear Trooper Axle
Rear Aussie Locker
35mm Diff Drop
12mm Ball Joint Spacers
33" Tyres
80mm Body Lift
Extended Axle Breathers
Aisin Manual Hubs
Rear Recovery Bumper
Braided Brake Hoses
EGR System Removed
DeCat
Fuel Tank Lift
Front & Rear Anti-Roll bar removed
Roof Console
EGT/Boost Gauge and Inclinometer in Centre Console
Region: South Wales



Re: Greetings

Postby Gruntera on Tue Jun 07, 2016 7:08 am

I got my eye on my Step brothers 2.4 A. He reckons rinsing pass its next MOT on emissions, but I'm an ex Vauxhall techie from back in the day and I'm pretty confident include get it through. So one of my plans is to watch and wait and pick his up for a song when it was, then spend the dark days of winter doing it up.

Burn in also watching the smalls, the local 4x4 forums, etc, for something solid but which needs some love and hugs I can pick up for under 500 sheets.
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