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Offline johnp

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Re: West Australian NZ/singapore 109
« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2014, 10:00:26 AM »
landy tucked in too  tight to get any decent photos ,but when it can come out in to the clear i will try for some better shots.Thanks chris161,Baz,skippy for comments etc,photos of the swb on this thread show some of the markings /stencils etc for NZ vehicles which will come in handy later.john

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Re: West Australian NZ/singapore 109
« Reply #16 on: August 10, 2014, 06:48:40 PM »
A picture of one I had
REMLR 092 Mk 4 Inter 172-571 S2A Survey Topographical  112-833 S2A GS 114-352 S2A GS 172-456 S3 FFR 30-857 S3 FFR 31-011 Perentie FFR 48-964 RFSV 51 678, No 5 trailers 101-025,154-267, 154-640

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Re: West Australian NZ/singapore 109
« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2014, 09:22:42 PM »
Gday B52 ,there must have been a few that made it on to the road over here,wonder how many are left either on or off road?cheers John

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Re: West Australian NZ/singapore 109
« Reply #18 on: September 02, 2014, 02:42:50 PM »
There's one here in Kalgoorlie although I havent looked at it yet. There were 28 brought into Perth
REMLR 092 Mk 4 Inter 172-571 S2A Survey Topographical  112-833 S2A GS 114-352 S2A GS 172-456 S3 FFR 30-857 S3 FFR 31-011 Perentie FFR 48-964 RFSV 51 678, No 5 trailers 101-025,154-267, 154-640

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Re: West Australian NZ/singapore 109
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2014, 08:37:53 PM »
Gday b52,yeah i wonder what became of most of them,i know at least 2 of them we had at Albany 4x4 wreckers were shot in the chassis area like they had been in salt water at least 1 of them had actually broken in half,yet they were still low mileage and parts taken from them were in very good nick(g/box -diffs etc) so that made at least 5 of them in total,i dont recall whether John Hiemstra had any more at Midland 4x4 wreckers i can only remember the Bedford RL4x4 with canvas back and troop seats along the sides it was in extremely good cond for its age.Whats  the  go with the  landy up there in Kal?.I just last weekend purchased a NOS army soft top for a 109"off Gumtree.and still gathering bits and pieces here and there like some reasonable seat cushions and backs ,still lookin for a couple of 11a guards and door bottoms if i cant find decent ones i will repair what ive got but im not a fan of panelling or bogging ali panels,i have repaired  and made one decent bumper out of three in the MOD style as there was too much tow cable damage to the orig.John