...but I finally have Oppo stickers.
The local vintage car club name creates that acronym.
Centre cap logo on some 14" alloy wheels...what is it? My best guess is late 70s to early 80s Toyota logo. However, I haven't checked with Master Google because Oppo should have first dibs.
...is not in the best shape.
...and bolted, sprung, washered and hinged as well.
Clearly it’s a product of the Prince of Darkness himself and is large enough to perhaps belong to a truck rather than a car or a pickup...but which one?
After some negotiation and some waiting...we have a thing. A 3 bed ironbark (timber) & mudbrick house on 100 acres, 80% of which is regenerating bushland.
Well they still won’t win many beauty contests but other factors make the new dual cab Musso a very compelling case.
However...beware the buyers premium.
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The macro setting on the potato phone means you have to get quite close...
Batteries and the electricity they store are very much a part of the modern camping experience. They are also possibly the greatest source of frustration and misinformation in the modern camping experience.
She picked up a 2018 Kia Picanto today and immediately named it Buzzy.
Winter is still here!!! So why is everything on fire?
We are in the very red blob on the right. And there’s nothing to suggest an end in sight...so we may go through another unseasonably warm summer without rain. That won’t be fun.
The latest version of this campaign for a nearly invisible car replaces Hilary (him of Everest fame with a dude called Tenzing) with Burke and Wills (a pair of colonial fuckwits who died in the Australian desert due to a symphony of dumb decisions).
As you might imagine...genuine parts for a 16 year old Nissan are either rare or unobtanium. Which means very expensive.
...at the Mudgee Small Farm Field Day.
The face of the Patrol copped a bit of surgery today.
I don’t know who you are or were, what the circumstances were, what your excuse was or what ever you were thinking...