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Old March 15th, 2016, 08:49 AM
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Land Rover 110 4X4 Personnel Carrier Hard Top Wagon 05/1988 Auction (0030-5017811) | GraysOnline Australia


wow. They are a great starting point, but that's getting up there.
Up to 28k already with many hours to go.
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Old March 15th, 2016, 09:19 AM
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Land Rover 110 4X4 Personnel Carrier Hard Top Wagon 05/1988 Auction (0030-5017811) | GraysOnline Australia


wow. They are a great starting point, but that's getting up there.
Up to 28k already with many hours to go.
28,209 * 1.1 * 1.06 = $32,892 before it even leaves the warehouse.
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Old March 15th, 2016, 10:26 AM
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Do all Perrentie's have exterior mounted exhaust? What would be the reasoning for that?
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Do all Perrentie's have exterior mounted exhaust? What would be the reasoning for that?
It wasn't a Perentie thing, more an Isuzu thing. It allowed for the tire to push down the tall grass when driving in a field so the exhaust wasn't burning the grass. I just think it was the easiest way for them to route the exhaust.
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Old March 15th, 2016, 11:04 AM
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It wasn't a Perentie thing, more an Isuzu thing. It allowed for the tire to push down the tall grass when driving in a field so the exhaust wasn't burning the grass. I just think it was the easiest way for them to route the exhaust.
Interesting.

Don't the Perenties have a spare tire mounted underneath as well?
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Old March 15th, 2016, 11:20 AM
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Interesting.

Don't the Perenties have a spare tire mounted underneath as well?
255's fit nice.
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Old March 15th, 2016, 11:47 AM
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255's fit nice.
Nice indeed!

Fuel tank is located in front of the axle then?

Could be part of the exhaust routing reason?
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Old March 15th, 2016, 12:17 PM
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Nice indeed!

Fuel tank is located in front of the axle then?

Could be part of the exhaust routing reason?
Under Driver seat, certain models had dual tanks (think Air Portable Series), batteries relocated into the tub.
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28,209 * 1.1 * 1.06 = $32,892 before it even leaves the warehouse.
John,
Not following your post ? $28,309 Aussie money is $21,128 US. Auction fee's add another $1200 or so still under $23k US.

I was approved last week as a US recipient dealer for Australian military surplus by the Dept of Defense office in Cairns, part of the export license piece in order to be able to bring trucks over direct from auction.
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Not following your post ? $28,309 Aussie money is $21,128 US. Auction fee's add another $1200 or so still under $23k US.

I was approved last week as a US recipient dealer for Australian military surplus by the Dept of Defense office in Cairns, part of the export license piece in order to be able to bring trucks over direct from auction.
I posted the Auction fees that would be levied on it at the current bid 6% and 10% respectively, which is a bit more than $1200, I did not convert to USD.

And nice, I bought mine straight from auction as well. I'm assuming you mean you got the DECS Client Registration Number then, seemed pretty straight forward to get that anyway.
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I posted the Auction fees that would be levied on it at the current bid 6% and 10% respectively, which is a bit more than $1200, I did not convert to USD.

And nice, I bought mine straight from auction as well. I'm assuming you mean you got the DECS Client Registration Number then, seemed pretty straight forward to get that anyway.
No I'm working in concert with KLR and have been designated as a dealer.
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I was approved last week as a US recipient dealer for Australian military surplus by the Dept of Defense office in Cairns, part of the export license piece in order to be able to bring trucks over direct from auction.
very nice!

The lone hardtop in that auction is bid up pretty high, but the soft tops and the 6x6's are pretty low, for now. Have to remember to check in and look at the auctions later to see what they end up at.
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very nice!

The lone hardtop in that auction is bid up pretty high, but the soft tops and the 6x6's are pretty low, for now. Have to remember to check in and look at the auctions later to see what they end up at.
The 5 doors were quite rare and always go for big money.
Prices for all these trucks are creeping upward with ea successive auction.
Like the Tithonus truck's when they are gone that's it. Allmakes the UK parts co is trying to buy up a huge block of them.
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255's fit nice.


That doesn't seem like a good place to keep a spare.
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That doesn't seem like a good place to keep a spare.
My first thought too. But for their application it was probably the most practical I'd guess.
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That doesn't seem like a good place to keep a spare.
Anything has to be better than pulling it off the hood to put on Rob's roof rack every time i go wheeling.
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That doesn't seem like a good place to keep a spare.
Not a problem at any Rover Rally. Always someone happy to crawl in the mud to retrieve it.
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