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frontys in ireland

Postby rod 4x4 on Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:47 pm

have noticed that fronteras on the roads here are a bit thin. in the last 2 months ive came across a grand total of 4 frontys [wow]. have been looking through the adds for free and others and there has been few sold here and there over the last few weeks. so i have downloaded a stack of flyers and plan on spending the next few sundays driving around to see how many i can tag. have looked at what horse shows are on in the next few weeks coz where theres a horse box theres a 4x4 on the other end lol . so was just wondering if there are still some active members on fog at the mo [ NI- Ireland ] as it would be great to get a few trucks out for a bit of a run in the mud.
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Re: frontys in ireland

Postby horses45 on Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:48 am

good luck with your fronty hunt in ireland keep us informed how it goes :D
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Re: frontys in ireland

Postby Sir-Doris on Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:28 pm

In the 5 years or so I had the truck in Ireland I only ever saw about 20 Fronteras. Funnily enough a neighbour of mine there had 2 of them.

They were a rare breed there and most seem to favour isuzu troopers and mitsubishi pajero's.
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Re: frontys in ireland

Postby barbadoscherry on Tue Feb 22, 2011 6:46 am

I am trying to restore one but its hard work..I am in Kerry
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Re: frontys in ireland

Postby roiphil on Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:06 am

barbadoscherry wrote:I am trying to restore one but its hard work..I am in Kerry


i am just across the border in limerick good luck with your restoration, what part do you need
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