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20 Dec 2020 21:27 #231070 by RumbleAndSway
Huntin, shootin, fishin...
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20 Dec 2020 21:54 #231071 by lightning
sittin' on the driveway doin' nuthin' at the moment

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20 Dec 2020 22:16 #231072 by gv42
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Sittin' in my garage having its NEW bits put on it ,,,

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20 Dec 2020 22:20 #231073 by Busta
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Skids, since I fitted a 1.6 and an LSD.

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21 Dec 2020 06:03 #231074 by Lambert
Everything. As the name Dreadnaught would suggest.

Dreadnaught (black 2011)

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21 Dec 2020 07:13 #231075 by Soeley
Getting me from A to B, no matter the conditions.

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21 Dec 2020 07:49 #231076 by Doctorchris
Whizzing through the narrow streets of Weston super Mare and slotting into small parking spaces.
Strolling through the narrow country lanes of Somerset, no matter how wet or muddy they are. Squeezing past whatever we meet coming the other way (on one occasion an articulated HGV in the middle of a bend. That was a close shave!).
Sipping petrol (40 mpg average).

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21 Dec 2020 08:57 #231077 by sniper
Absorb money like a huge sponge....... Every time I think I have just about got there with the modifications, I find something else that I want to do.

Next years plans include fitting the front cage which will include the body coming off again for the chassis and running gear to be stripped and painted. A "built" engine with custom induction and a standalone ECU fully mapped on a rolling road.

The car stands me to at least 3 x what I paid for it and that will be close to 5 x by the end of 2021....

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Truck Cab tray back, 1600 VVT, R7ME gearbox & manual transfer, Quaife ATB diff, 4-2-1 manifold, Tony Banks 2" stainless exhaust, K&N panel filter, Mobil One oil, Eibach springs, AVO adjustable dampers, Limit straps, BFG 16" Km2 tyres, Drilled Grooved disks, EBC Greenstuff pads, Full breather kit...
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21 Dec 2020 09:19 - 21 Dec 2020 09:21 #231078 by Scimike
I get in, it starts, goes from A to B as the family car, day in, day out.
It asks for nothing in return other than a cheap service once a year.
It is the essence of reliable, uncomplicated cheap motoring.

Obviously this may differ if you stray from how Suzuki intended ^^^^ :laugh:

Yokohama Geolanders, Sony 2D head unit, Elvis Bobblehead, Jimnybits transfer Guard, Hand crafted Indian hanging Elephant, Koni Heavy track dampers, Voodoo Doll with pins (active spell - I believe it's working), Jimnybits Adventure Rack, towbar, Light bar and vintage caravan.
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21 Dec 2020 18:20 #231086 by jackonlyjack
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22 Dec 2020 16:42 #231108 by Podge
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Does my back out on long journeys.

2000 M13A Jimny with hammerite wheels - Ireland :)

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22 Dec 2020 21:23 #231109 by muto
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Reliable(cheap) and fun daily driven car. Great for my hobbies!

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