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    Welcome neighbor. Looks in very good nick. The sound of your truck is enough to make my heart race.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsu_coltv6 View Post
    My 'new' and first bakkie!
    Can't wait to get her offroad and dirty!!
    Looks lovely.

    One thing I miss about these Colts is the "intimacy" of the cabin, the gear lever being short and by the left knee with the transfer case lever being on the passenger side. In the Triton it is the other way around and one feels like you are rowing a boat.

    I also love the sound of these V6 Colt and Paj motors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostokkelos View Post
    Love Old "Great White"
    Sent you a PM
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    The magnificent machine had to earn it's keep this weekend.
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    Some positive changes coming.

    New rear to raise that plough of a Tow Bar and then completed the Fridge Slide to a point where I need more inspiration.

    As the Bakkie bin is 1400mm deep, I decided to use the complete length. The back section of the slide will be for recovery gear, just need to add a door flap. The empty space in front will be a small kitchen set up with a gas burner, cups and some cutlery for solo camping.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jooste777 View Post
    The magnificent machine had to earn it's keep this weekend.
    It's what they do. Always.
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    Montaque pass today
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    Some positive changes coming.

    New rear to raise that plough of a Tow Bar and then completed the Fridge Slide to a point where I need more inspiration.

    As the Bakkie bin is 1400mm deep, I decided to use the complete length. The back section of the slide will be for recovery gear, just need to add a door flap. The empty space in front will be a small kitchen set up with a gas burner, cups and some cutlery for solo camping.



    THAT is sweet man!!
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    Dusk at Spookspruit 4x4 Trail. Click image for larger version. 

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    This past weekend, we went to Hertzog Game Farm near Rosendal in the Freestate. It is also close to Ficksburg so you can imagine the mountain views.

    Drove a few Kays on bad road conditions, rock and the likes. When we came back Yesterday, I had to do a 7 Kilo mud drive. EISH. This caused absolute havoc with my clean-car OCD. My OCD went bezerk. I think it'll be some time before I manage to get rid of all that mud on the chassis, but hey, I try!

    Anyway, the PS did great, I just realized that I didn't once feel that my back is aching and it ALWAYS does (or.....used to). she gave 12.1 km/l.

    Here's a few photos.

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    And then this one with Visierkop in the background...
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    Very nice Clouder,Where did you get the rear window wind deflector from? Last year when I got my PS, Mitsubushi East Rand only had the front. Btw, on your PS, does it have the USB charging port for the rear passengers on the centre console?Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Condor View Post
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    Is that a 2.4 petrol or 2.8d Condor? Lovely pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPakkiri View Post
    Very nice Clouder,Where did you get the rear window wind deflector from? Last year when I got my PS, Mitsubushi East Rand only had the front. Btw, on your PS, does it have the USB charging port for the rear passengers on the centre console?Regards
    When I bought the deflectors, they said it comes as a set. you cant but only the fronts. Bought it from West Rand Mitsubishi. And yes, it has 2x USB ports for the rear occupants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    Is that a 2.4 petrol or 2.8d Condor? Lovely pic.
    Stock Standard 2.4 4x4 Trailbuster. Ex Telkom fleet.

    Workhorse on the farm and lead vehicle for Spookspruit 4x4 Trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Condor View Post
    Stock Standard 2.4 4x4 Trailbuster. Ex Telkom fleet.

    Workhorse on the farm and lead vehicle for Spookspruit 4x4 Trail.
    Thought it might be an ex Telkom one, but have seen a few 2.8 non turbo ones with the dropside bin, which were not used by them therefore the unsurety.

    I had dibs on a newish from the same fleet 2.4 many years ago, but had to settle on an older 2.6 petrol, which was also an ex Telkom vehicle.
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    2014 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport
    Sorted for camping away from the crowds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MariusFourie View Post
    Not a pic but dashcam timelapse video of Katberg to Whittlesea on the R351

    The road is mostly abandoned

    https://youtu.be/8dm2Y_x70gc


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    I thought I'd share this gem of an on-the-spur-of-the-moment trippie to Trekoskraal.
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    Day out at Porseleinberg outside of Riebeek-Kasteel.

    Doing the brand proud being the only Mitsubishi in the world of rangers and Toyota.

    Mostly mild driving with one or two long climbs. Great to see some dirt
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