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Old 29-09-11
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That's an interesting bulge in the bonnet there. Makes me think its got a top mount intercooler.

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How good would it look with an EVO style bonnet on the TD models.

Iam with you Pearcie, No new motor, no sale..... and I don't have the coin to get one anyway

Any one remember the Falcon ute ad "it don't look no different"
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How good would it look with an EVO style bonnet on the TD models.

Iam with you Pearcie, No new motor, no sale..... and I don't have the coin to get one anyway

Any one remember the Falcon ute ad "it don't look no different"
Hopefully sitting on top of a fresh new V6 TD
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Hopefully sitting on top of a fresh new V6 TD
Min 3L capacity
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Min 3L capacity
If they keep the price reasonable (i.e. closish to now)... that would throw a number of cats amongst the pigeons.........
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If those pics are correct it looks like my suspicions may well be true in that it is just a minor update but if it comes with a new Diesel motor and more sound deadening and even better economy (something around 8) I could easily see myself changing before our trip to the Canning and Kimberleys. (even if we have to live off 2 minute noodles for a while )

Dave should we expect pics and a full report to be uploaded at mid night or will I have lie in bed counting sheep all night not being able to sleep waiting for another one of your great reviews.

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If those pics are correct it looks like my suspicions may well be true in that it is just a minor update but if it comes with a new Diesel motor and more sound deadening and even better economy (something around 8) I could easily see myself changing before our trip to the Canning and Kimberleys. (even if we have to live off 2 minute noodles for a while )

Dave should we expect pics and a full report to be uploaded at mid night or will I have lie in bed counting sheep all night not being able to sleep waiting for another one of your great reviews.

Cheers,
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Kieron,

i think your wife may say YOU will be the one eating noodles for a long time. LOL

Although we all know it would be worth it!!!
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I rekon 2.8ltr diesel putting out around 300nm better fuel economy but less power.
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I will be drilling the Sales manager where i purchased mine tomorrow for more info. He was the one who gave me the original NW moniker.

Ill post what i find out.
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I rekon 2.8ltr diesel putting out around 300nm better fuel economy but less power.
BAHAHAHA, you crack me up!!!!
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BAHAHAHA, you crack me up!!!!
I need to beleive this to help justify my paj in the garage. Between my camper trailer, dirt bike, kitesurfing and the Paj and last 4 months off work with a broken leg I can't afford a new car.


Pickle does say "loved that car" very cryptic could be interpreted either way

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