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    Is that a 'spare' on the roof rack?
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    Whats the bike for? In case the 403 breaks down??
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    Note that the headlight trims have been removed to lighten the load.
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    Spose thats one way of getting a little neg camber on the fronts ,that water reservoir on the right is reminiscent of those seen on american pickers ,in places like waco texas ,although my first reaction was that it would be africa or middle east were this method of packing, seems to be common and only one person in the car its lightly loaded .

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    Quote Originally Posted by COL View Post
    Whats the bike for? In case the 403 breaks down??

    No, the 403 is bringing the broken down bike home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugwash View Post
    Spose thats one way of getting a little neg camber on the fronts ,that water reservoir on the right is reminiscent of those seen on american pickers ,in places like waco texas ,although my first reaction was that it would be africa or middle east were this method of packing, seems to be common and only one person in the car its lightly loaded .
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    The car seems to have been pranged hard in back.
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    Many years ago(around'69 I think) I sold a house and had to move-only about 5k.I had a truck organised but he rolled it the night before. I had a 403 with heavy duty roof racks so over a weekend the whole house contents where moved on the pug-frig.,beds. lounge etc, through the centre of Kiama. I've had pugs ever since Max
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