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    Default DS pick-up for sale in Antibes

    This isn't really for Europe.
    Perfect for the Americas... or Australia,,, who cares about LHD/RHD in the outback anyway

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    It doesn't seem to matter what you do to a DS, they still look beautiful.
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    Put a bull bar, flood lights, some whips, plaster the tailgate with b&s stickers, and put an rm Williams longhorn on the back window and you would have something that every country bogan would be proud of.
    And I am not saying that all country people are bogans, just a select few.

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    It could do without the jelly bean mags though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erikbm View Post
    It doesn't seem to matter what you do to a DS, they still look beautiful.
    Hmmm I am not sure I would say that is beautiful.
    But functional yes and plenty long enough to crash out in the back after a heavy night B&S'ing ! Be great over the cattle grids too on the way home save the head a bit !
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    Too much tarting up for my liking. Nice touch with the tie-down rails. Tailgate does not look like a safari tailgate. I do wonder whether other safari parts could be used in a ute conversion, such as the upper tailgate as rear window.

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    Remove the wheels, flared arches and bonnet scoop...... And that would look really nicely done .........
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    It would make a great hearse conversion with demand considering the loyal following anywhere in the world .....did someone mention KFC?
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