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Hodge   

Got a major case of shinyitess at the moment, i saw a picture on deans profile and thought my dreams had come true. Dean told me about them and said they were a bit pricey so i called my dealer for info, £37,000 + VAT+Tipper. I was gutted, gonna have to start saving for a used one in 3 years. check em out though. i reckon they would be the perfect Arb truck. look forward to your replys peeps.:thumbup1:

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Mozza   

They do look mint :thumbup1:

 

Iveco Daily 4x4

 

There was one at Justins show, everyone had a good look round it, looks a cracking tool, You'd have to get a 5.5 ton one tho to make the pay load worth while.

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Hodge   

your right there liam, i wonder if the 5.5 is more money? im gonna have 2 lines ont the lotto this week and if i win im having one..:thumbup:

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Hodge   
They do look mint :thumbup1:

 

Iveco Daily 4x4

 

There was one at Justins show, everyone had a good look round it, looks a cracking tool, You'd have to get a 5.5 ton one tho to make the pay load worth while.

 

Thanks for putting the link up liam. i didnt think of that.:thumbup1:

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Mozza   
your right there liam, i wonder if the 5.5 is more money? im gonna have 2 lines ont the lotto this week and if i win im having one..:thumbup:

 

I would of thought its abit more cash, You cant win the lottery this weekend, I am mate :lol:

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PeteB   

I had the 45.10 version back in the mid 90's. We were quoted circa 28k for the chassis cab and we got a new one from Dartford Trucks that had been sat in their yard for two years, that cost about 18K with a custom built body from Eddy George at Long Whatton which was a snip at 2.5k. Did the job okay. Not brilliant on road and okay orf road. Ate front tyres and drank fuel tho. After I finished it went to George Walkers at Leicester. They sold it after sterling service and it was stolen of the next owner.

 

Sorry the pictures aren't great but they are digi photos of originals.

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