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I have recently purchased some woodland and need a 4x4 to get around and shift stuff , however I did not want to have one to use as my car for all other occasions , so decided to get a cheap 4x4 to leave in the woods and managed to find a Rav4 for £240 , fully functional and roadworthy ( mot etc ) electric mirrors windows sunroof etc however it was PINK ( peach to be precise !) so 1 litre of olive drab paint with a brush and a tin of spray for the wheels "Barbie" is now "Bear grylls " and I have a very useful and fun tool for in the woods !

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... peach to be precise...QUOTE]

 

 

I thought it was puke orange. Could have left it that colour and had a vehicle no one would nick.

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Bit early for a meeting, needed to kill some time so I took the dog for a walk in the woods.

I figured a totally gratuitous photo was in order.

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Edited by Mick Dempsey

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