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Thread: 90 Mitsubishi Pajero - Long range touring ute

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    So cool. Now mail me an Oztent RV-5 to take with me when we head out adventuring with the Jeep.
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    wow. Such a cool looking build man.
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    Thanks guys, its all about the swag Chrenan.. haha. tents are no fun. get a swag, a double one if you have a missus, the ARB skydome is what I have for when I take some unlucky chick out. or I have a roman king single for jsut boys trips. 30 second setup and always warm
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    Swag for sure for one or two but the little kids have to sleep somewhere and they're too small to go solo in a tent by themselves. I always find it fascinating that Australia and South Africa have developed such cool tents that aren't available here, they have such a strong camping/4x4/overland culture. Can't wait to see a giant sand flag on your rig for when you cross the Simmo!
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    2015 Jeep Wrangler
    2015 Subaru Impreza
    2005 Chevy 2500 HD

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrenan View Post
    Swag for sure for one or two but the little kids have to sleep somewhere and they're too small to go solo in a tent by themselves. I always find it fascinating that Australia and South Africa have developed such cool tents that aren't available here, they have such a strong camping/4x4/overland culture. Can't wait to see a giant sand flag on your rig for when you cross the Simmo!
    Ahh.. kids. ya swags arnt the best then. haha. its a big culture for it here. love it man. camping at least once a month. sometimes more. and imprompt style too, get a ring at 7pm to meet out. bang 20 minutes later youre on the road.

    also, not quite the simo. but along a track in WA near the ocean:


    little more progress for today:






    07 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty VRX - Bush basher
    90 Mitsubishi Pajero Ute - The project
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty - Pavement Princess
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed - The donor

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    ^ Great Shot!

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    Got half cut removed, so was able to roll it out into the sun properly to have a good view of it. impressed with the looks so far.



    07 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty VRX - Bush basher
    90 Mitsubishi Pajero Ute - The project
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty - Pavement Princess
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed - The donor

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    There have been some big changes happening on this end. not only has the pajero been fully closed up on the back. but in order to save money and get more time on the project i made a few drastic life changes. basically I gave up renting, bought a 40' sea container and modified it to be a workshop. pimp, now I have a place to work. got it shipped out to a mates farm where I am every weekend anyways. then moved my ass into a share house with another mate. sold off most of my belongings, which was jsut house hold items anyways. I kept my tools and my vehicles. keep it so I can leave at a moments notice, feels good to lighten the load to be honest.

    anyways here are some photos of the setup to tie you over till the project updates come around again.

    all packed up:


    away we go:


    workshop end of the container, jsut finished that bit yesterday, putting in shelves and a tyre rack tomorrow:
    07 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty VRX - Bush basher
    90 Mitsubishi Pajero Ute - The project
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Shorty - Pavement Princess
    89 Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed - The donor

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    This is an awesome thread. Thanks for sharing man!

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