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    Quote Originally Posted by David Cavanagh View Post
    Easy, just borrow your's
    That would be hilarious ... You'd use it to move one car .... Work out your using 25->30L/100km ..... and figure it would be cheaper to hire a flat tray guy to move the rest rather than move 20cars burning that sort of fuel

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    Any chooks Dave?
    MmeDauphineG was very taken with your fluffy chooks. Mrs Dave offered her a couple then, but she had nowhere to keep them. However, she does now.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Cavanagh View Post
    It's nice to know that everyone is concerned about little Joey but he's safe. Why is no one concerned about the horses?.
    I have worried about the horses! Surely not the knackers for them? I cannot take them (can you imagine a horse or two in the backyard in Hawthorn?). :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selekta View Post
    Details on the 306? I'd like a hack to give to my sister so I can have my 205 back.
    The red one or the green/grey one?
    The red one has probably two many bits missing by now.

    The green one still drives fine, only done 118,000 and just got old and faded so the people didn't want it. There's only a couple of things sold off it. right rear door check strap, gear knob (manual) and roof aeriel. I know we drove it in there without a problem and it still starts. We got it on the 2/11/13.
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    Hope the fires stay at safe distance.

    the 406 wagon , is it on insurance register?
    sill or chassis damage ?
    could you pm some pics of damage and price please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWS View Post
    I have worried about the horses! Surely not the knackers for them? I cannot take them (can you imagine a horse or two in the backyard in Hawthorn?). :-(

    Have you thought of asking for help here? Horse Rescue Australia - Home or ponyrescues.com - Re-homing uncared for, unwanted ponies & horses

    Ian.
    The horse in the picture is only about 3 years old and is advertised on horse deals. The other one is 32 and to old to risk floating anywhere so not sure what to do with her. At her age no one will want her and even those horse rescue places can't relocate her at that age.
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    Colin, the 406 has no chassis damage and not on the insurance register. Needs both right hand doors and right rear quarter panel. I'll get some pics soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superfred View Post
    Any chooks Dave?
    MmeDauphineG was very taken with your fluffy chooks. Mrs Dave offered her a couple then, but she had nowhere to keep them. However, she does now.

    Cheers,

    Fred L.
    Your welcome to them Fred. I think there is 5 left thanks to the foxes. Come and get them before the foxes do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    That would be hilarious ... You'd use it to move one car .... Work out your using 25->30L/100km ..... and figure it would be cheaper to hire a flat tray guy to move the rest rather than move 20cars burning that sort of fuel
    I think there's another two 406's and two more Mi16's plus a Xantia that we will probably just get Kyneton scrap to come and get. The Navara I'll put on ebay and the rest we will either sell as they are or wreck them out and Kyneton scrap can take the shells.
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    Would be interested in the 406 what do u want for it?

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    Dave, is Joey any good at working sheep?

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    Dave

    i think yo yo might be a good name for one of the cars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Wilkinson View Post
    Dave, is Joey any good at working sheep?

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    Joey isn't much good at working anything except a dog bone. Even then I'd be worried he might stand up and only have 3 legs left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    Dave

    i think yo yo might be a good name for one of the cars
    I'm not delivering it but. Your turn this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt2905 View Post
    Would be interested in the 406 what do u want for it?
    Everything (except Joey) is open to offers.
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    I am also interested in the 406 wagon. How much are you asking?

    As for the horse, what price range are you asking? I have the space, and am sick of the mi16 breaking down, so... Honestly. I am interested


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    How many Km's has it done please? Any rego? Does it start up ok? Any mechanical issues?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulrb View Post
    I am also interested in the 406 wagon. How much are you asking?

    As for the horse, what price range are you asking? I have the space, and am sick of the mi16 breaking down, so... Honestly. I am interested


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    The horse, Roy is his name, short for Royal Goer or something like that is advertised in Horse deals for $1500. She's silly selling him for that because she paid over 2 for him as a foal and now that he is starting to mature into a half decent bloke I think he's worth more than that but what would I know. Rachael has another one, an ex race horse that's taking more time and money than its worth so she doesn't have time to keep up with Roy's training.

    The 406 has the usual problems like speedo not working and leaking injector pump but it drives really well. The engine has more power than any other STDT I have ever driven and the AC is nice and cold. It drives very well. I had an idea of making it into a ute but with the pump leaking I lost interest.

    I've no idea how many kms its done. I'd guess about 350,000
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt2905 View Post
    How many Km's has it done please? Any rego? Does it start up ok? Any mechanical issues?

    Thanks

    Its starts and runs fine and I'd have no issures driving it anywhere if you can put up with the smell of leaking diesel. There's no other mechanical issures that I'm aware if and there is no rego.
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    if anyone is interested the pump leak is less than $5 to rectify
    3 x '78 604 SL

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    1 x '98 306 GTi6 sadly sold

    1 x secret project

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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    if anyone is interested the pump leak is less than $5 to rectify
    It'd be an Lucas "EPIC failure" pump wouldn't it ?? If you can stop them leaking for $5.00 you'll have you mailbox filled with dodgy pumps for you to fix within a week.

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    It will be a Lucus I'm sure as the Bosch rarely fail/leak

    I'm out to David, thanks anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    It'd be an Lucas "EPIC failure" pump wouldn't it ?? If you can stop them leaking for $5.00 you'll have you mailbox filled with dodgy pumps for you to fix within a week.

    seeya,
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    i know where this one is leaking and it's a very simple fix

    should take longer to walk to the shed to get the o ring than it will take to fit it
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    1 x '98 306 GTi6 sadly sold

    1 x secret project

    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    i know where this one is leaking and it's a very simple fix

    should take longer to walk to the shed to get the o ring than it will take to fit it
    Is this your old car ? You should buy it back for parts
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Is this your old car ? You should buy it back for parts
    Then it really would be a yo yo! He bought it off us originally!

    Anyway how's your v6 one going Sean?

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