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    Quote Originally Posted by Swys14 View Post
    Ek praat van die brekers!


    My pa het in 1980 so een gekoop vir 3000 rand amper nuut ,

    Ons het na my pa se dood die bakkie verkoop vir 12000 en hy het toe 965 000 Km op gehaad en jy kon nou in hom klim en plaas toe ry

    Dit was in 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakkie View Post
    Thys, ek het daai pic van jou gevat en bietjie gerek, maar 'n ou verloor resolusie. As iemand 'n mooi een het.....?
    My dad has a (if I remember correctly 85 model) KB180 , will get a pic when next I visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakkie View Post
    .....HOEKOM LOS MENSE HULLE DONNERSE DEURE OOP IN DIE VELD!!!!!! Dit maak TOS fotos


    ...en ek het al dik tannies sien VERDOMP vinnig uitklim omdat 'n spinnekop gedink het dis 'n oulike inklim plek..
    Miskien moes ek maar die hele foto gepost het.

    Dit was tussen Ponta en Maputo. Die canopy se deur het los gegaan en die een meisie se tas het uitgeval, ons het omgedraai en terug gery om die tas te kry. Net vinnig gestop en die tas terug gegooi en canopy met draad aanmekaar gesit.
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    ...nee man ek trap jou nie uit nie
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    mmm 'n blondie sonder klere in Moz............

    So bietjie gesit en nalees oor die Chev/Holden/Isuzu geskiedenis.
    Baie interressant hoeveel Yanks kla dat hulle nie weer 'n trokkie kan kry soos die eerste LUV (ver 1), in plaas van die olietenkers wat hulle deesdae ry.

    En dan ook hoeveel Auzies die stelling maak dat hulle eenvoudig nie 'n nuwe voertuig nodig het nie - "Why do I NEED to buy a new truck, when my current 19xx model is still running?"
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    Alex - yes I had 2 DIESEL bakkies ! They were both "working" vehicles, so I accepted it. The '90 model petrol KB230LE I also owned, was a GREAT vehicle, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Are you going to add our beloved Troopers as well?

    Just for you:

    http://www.cars-directory.net/history/isuzu/trooper/
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    KB230 great vehicle ? Yes the body was great the engine was great - well for having so little power ... my dad bought an 89 model 4x4 lwb (new shape) in 96 or 97 ...
    went on a trip from Tzaneen to Sutherland the day before x-mas in one of the years above ... had a bench seat and having my dad 6 foot 2 and mom prob around 5 foot something very little ... he could not let her drive so he had to drive the whole road with the rest of us taking turns sitting in front with him - we went thru all or cassette tapes (the ones that worked) on that trip eventually had to start singing to keep him awake - this is all because he CANNOT sleep in a car - always use to driving - but now that we all drive our own cars he lets us drive if we go with him ... then you can see he busy "om vis te vang" ...

    from Sutherland went to Joubertina to visit his sister ... when we got back home probably about less than 7 month later he ripped out the engine and put in a good old fashoined Ford BIG SIX motor ... was an awesome motor as when something happened it could be fixed from the ground up for like 1500 bucks - ok he did do all the work himself ...

    eventually swapped the V6 motor for a KB250 4x4 - did the work himself too, doing the transplant between the 2 vehicles - when we opened the bonnet of the 250 it had a turbo on that was a great luck we got there - it ran quite nicely with a KB280DT dc 4x4 ...

    i miss that bakkie ....

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    That 230 petrol motor was more than powerful enough for what the vehicle was designed to do - and it was very economical. Mine was a SWB 2wd, though. Most comfortable ride of any bakkie of it's time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vissendran View Post
    from Sutherland went to Joubertina to visit his sister ... when we got back home probably about less than 7 month later

    Julle was nie baie haastig nie of het julle net baie gestop
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThysleRoux View Post
    That 230 petrol motor was more than powerful enough for what the vehicle was designed to do - and it was very economical. Mine was a SWB 2wd, though. Most comfortable ride of any bakkie of it's time.
    My da's one friend in the early 90's also had a KB230 LE 4x4 LWB, he was the one that got my dad onto Isuzu coz he said he got fuel consumptions of 8km/l i think towing a caravan ...

    i think the best we got out of ours was 7 ... doing nothing the big six was consistent ... beach driving at myl 108 did 2.5 to 5 km/l - open road to Namibia could never do more than 400km on a tank ... but always gave about 6km/l

    i think from the 89 model to the latter ones in that shape they changed the gearing on them ... and that made them more economical ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPD View Post

    Julle was nie baie haastig nie of het julle net baie gestop

    Skerp soos n poep duer n broek

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    ok baai ..... ek gaan kamp

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    Isuzu Belett at Zwatkops Feb. 2007
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    Thanks Sakkie.

    Between me & my dad, have owned almost all the models in post one except the
    popular '94 - 97 model.

    Currently have;
    2000 280DT
    2004 KB300
    2010 KB300 D-Teq

    Also have an NPR 400 4 ton truck...

    Love Isuzu's...

    Why don't they bring out their 'Fortuner' the MU-7?

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    Ai....mis ek nou my heel eerste double cab, n 1996 KB280, n bloue met n canopy nogal. Hy het net gesnuif aan diesel daai outjie, verkoop toe het hy 485 000 km op gehad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steamer View Post
    Isuzu Belett at Zwatkops Feb. 2007
    Nie baie mense weet Isuzu maak karre ook nie. Paar ander make in Europa wat met die 3.0TDV6 Isuzu motor rond hardloop....en ek bedoel HARDLOOP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Manny View Post
    Between me & my dad, have owned almost all the models in post one except the
    popular '94 - 97 model.
    I had one of those. Beautiful metalic red D/cab. Sold it on 416Kkm and bought the 300DMax. That 280 is stil running today. 7 years later.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Manny View Post
    Why don't they bring out their 'Fortuner' the MU-7?
    We never got the most beautiful Frontier.....
    We never got a single VehiCross....

    I'll post us pics of those too....the ones that got away

    It's cry over What was GM/Delta thinking
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    Onthou julle nog hierdie ene:


    Dit was blykbaar nogal heel goed "off road"

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    Sakkie, there was a VehiCross at one of our local 2nd hand lots a few years ago.

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