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Gday guys. I finally took the plunge and shelled out for a car Ive wanted for a loooong time. A Nissan Navara ST-R 3.0 Di.

Here she is!





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Cool ute Scott, it'll be a shame to get her dirty. She should have pleanty of grunt, that 3ltr is a good'n.

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Oz said:
Cool ute Scott, it'll be a shame to get her dirty. She should have pleanty of grunt, that 3ltr is a good'n.

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Yeah she's all shiny from the detailing the caryard gave her, but thats not gonna last though Mark. ;) Heading up the Vic. high country this weekend for a look around, so its gonna need a wash by sunday arvo!

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Almost looks too purdy to get durty! ;D ALMOST!
 

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marlinluvr said:
Almost looks too purdy to get durty! ;D ALMOST!

Yeah, dont know if I want all those Deer dirtying up the back of it...... ;)

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Hey Scott, you back from the high country? How did she run?

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44-40 Willy said:
Wish they sold those here in the US.
I don't understand why not either..
 

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You blokes in the U.S. get all the good'ns with V8 donks and all. However that may be a good thing since we pay $1.50 per litre for fuel. :mad:

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Oz said:
Hey Scott, you back from the high country? How did she run?

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Mate, didnt happen. The missus had a work commitment come up and I got to take the kids to swimming lessons etc. instead.

Looks like it'll be next weekend now, which probably wont be too bad 'cos I'll hopefully have the the 336C in my grubby paws by then!

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Fingers crossed for you Mate.

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Oz said:
You blokes in the U.S. get all the good'ns with V8 donks and all. However that may be a good thing since we pay $1.50 per litre for fuel. :mad:

Mark.
To be honest, I'd rather have a stout diesel than that V8. (almost 30 years as a diesel mechanic)
 

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44-40 Willy said:
To be honest, I'd rather have a stout diesel than that V8.
Me too. ;)

Cheers, Scott.
 
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