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Old 14 September 2005, 20:54   #41
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Nice wheelie "ŮorskrŠkja" Codprawn

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Old 14 September 2005, 20:58   #42
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I won't even PRETEND to know what that means!!!

Just one more photo - I would LOVE one!!!
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Old 14 September 2005, 21:07   #43
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I won't even PRETEND to know what that means!!!
Codprawn in Icelandic very easy to say small teaching lesson

Sure nice wheelie, would like one too for my collection

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Old 15 September 2005, 03:59   #44
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Come off it!!! This is hardly a NORMAL Pajero!!! You may as well compare it to this!!!

And it is even more suited to the Daaker!!!
Well the paj Evo can be purchased quite easily in the UK. As for being "more suited to the Daaker"

Mitsubishi have won the Paris Dakar Rally 10 times in the last 20 years including the last 4 years, and how many times has Land Rover won it?
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Old 15 September 2005, 04:41   #45
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Well the paj Evo can be purchased quite easily in the UK. As for being "more suited to the Daaker"

Mitsubishi have won the Paris Dakar Rally 10 times in the last 20 years including the last 4 years, and how many times has Land Rover won it?
as discussed on here i think landys are more suited to slow speed work!!!!

i think it is chips or change time......
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as discussed on here i think landys are more suited to slow speed work!!!!
Yea maybe
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i know where landies beat mitsi every day

going to france and filling with 80+ crates of beer and 200 bottles of wine and some spirits etc, when i did this in the mitsi it was on the floor, but the landy has air suspension and you would not have known what was on board

also went to ikea and ordered loads of kitchen bits etc, never really know what you are going to get till it comes out, anyway i had 4 large trolleys full, and it all only just fitted in the landy, and that is no joke, you would not have got an aa road atlas in the car it was that full, the thing was on the floor, but i started it, suspension pumped up and hey,.....perfect ride height and steering. the mitsi was a pig when full to the gunnels
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Try this Jap then
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But for reaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Mitsi power.........
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But for reaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Mitsi power.........
they look very nice......., i have a few jap bits of metal my self, well bikes that is, here is daughter on one of em, good bit faster than either of those as well. for the bike boffins out there it has been tuned up a bit, full yoshi oval carbon race systems, tuned by a couple of uk specialists, makes a fab noise, she wont go near it when it is running!!
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