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Old 23 August 2004, 14:21   #11
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You'll have to come and try it round my 4x4 course!

I'll have the 101 and the winch handy to drag you out
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Old 23 August 2004, 14:52   #12
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Its not going anywhere near pot holes, valleys and steep gradiant hills or even deep rivers for that matter Andy. I'll just park it outside the hairdressers where it feels comfortable .

Well not untill I get bored of it!!
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Talking about 101īs I couldnīt resist to digg into my pic collection

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Old 28 August 2004, 15:14   #14
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Now they are good tow vehicles! Wish I still had one.
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Old 28 August 2004, 17:35   #15
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Yeh Bogi, that's what I'm gonna do with my Kia. Jack it up put some overgrown boots on and some funky wheel arch extentions. Might make driving down my road interesting, I'll just use the parked cars either side as a test track for the suspention.
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Old 28 August 2004, 18:04   #16
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Iīll visit KIA dealership on Monday as their office is couple of hundred yeards from my office and see wether they have some pictures of Sportage "Monsters" to show you on this thread my dear friend

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Sorry Andy no photos of SPORTAGE MONSTER

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A little late to offer an opinion here I know but ah well. A surprisingly good small 4x4 is the Daihatsu Terios. A neighbour of mine has one and it's amazing what the thing will cope with. It deals with river crossings and driving up and down a steep, rocky, very messed up farm "track" day in day out. I've been left with it in the past when we've been house sitting, and it really is amazing what it can drive up/down/through. Get one of the larger engine models and it should be decent for towing too. Cheap as far as 4x4s go as well.
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