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Post Info TOPIC: Welcome to 'Show us your Rig'!


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Welcome to 'Show us your Rig'!


Just love looking at other peoples rigs, more please.

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This is our rig, 1996 civilian td42, has the lot bus and trailer  will soon be on the market for sale

engineered for a car licence 4495kg and 3 ton towing in NSW



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Hi P John

Welcome to the site mate
Nice and neat rig mate looking good


Cheers John

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thank you,  iam hoping to get hold of a bigger bus to convert now, gives me something to do in my spare time



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Hello folks!

Pic is from Indi Bridge where we free camped for the very first time with our generator. It was such a beautiful spot & we enjoyed it so much that we now want more free camping & have just added a 200W solar panel & a 120AH battery. Looking forward to our next trip in Oct/Nov. biggrin 



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Hi Bob

First of all let me welcome you to this website mate
Indeed it looks like a nice spot to camp
Before you know it will be October so you can go again

Regards John


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Thanks John!

We had the place to ourselves which was even better. Looking forward to a different spot in October, so will be sure to report on it then, unless we sneak off for a weekend somewhere in between a bit closer to home.

Cheers

Bob & Deb



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My van



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On the way to NT.



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Morning nomads just a couple of pics of our new set up.Isuzu npr 65/190 amt crew cab,1800x1800 steel gullwing box,fridge slide,generator slide plus heaps of storage on shelf.We had a LC 200 before but found we were always right up there on weight for prospecting and general freedom camping.So far only 1 trip 500ks north of perth as I still work driving a road train to fund my caravanning. Safe travels regards Trevor



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2019 16x7ft caravan built by myself. 730kg tare, yes very light, steel tube frame,  full ensuite, 

Car is a JBA falcon tourer 2001. Had v6 holden 5 speed manual.



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  2001 JBA Falcon V6 , homemade retro 16ft full ensuite tare 730kg. 



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Very neat, probably better that most "professional" builds. Do you intend on adding an awning?

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