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Old 28 August 2007, 15:33   #301
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finally had the boat behind my car to take a pic...
new car coming soon will be a much better colour match, not to mention tow vehicle
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Old 03 September 2007, 06:11   #302
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Maybe a farm yard is not the natural home of a RIB but I usually do not have a camera with me when the boat is behind the car!
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Old 05 September 2007, 16:18   #303
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Is this the longest thread on RIBnet yet?

I'll have a few pictures of my new boat after the weekend to post here so keep your eyes peeled!

We just need Lurcher to add his latest aquisition now!

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You haven't got mine yet, but I'll hold that picture untill she gets wet.
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Old 09 September 2007, 02:50   #305
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This is it all 17m of it !
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Old 09 September 2007, 08:54   #306
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Trailer looks a bit big for the boat - having said that the security of a triple axle trailer is very nice to have.

How well does the new Disco tow it?
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Trailer was actually built to take both the 8.5 and a 10.5 >Tows really well cruised at 65 all the way from Birmigham last Sunday.16 mpg with the trailer .
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Bloody hell my Disco 1 will do that - and I get about 26mpg towing - more than when I am not!!!

I suspect the D3 is a lot more comfortable ON the road though - I am trying to decide between that and a RR Sport.
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Here's mine.
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Bloody hell my Disco 1 will do that - and I get about 26mpg towing - more than when I am not!!!

I suspect the D3 is a lot more comfortable ON the road though - I am trying to decide between that and a RR Sport.
go for the disco, thats what i would have
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