Swazi Stories

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  1. zane cameron

    25 Jun 2020

    Just a thought. Reckon you should take the small winch off your standard 4wd and put it on the back behind the gas cylinder storage area. This would get you out of trouble and you wont regret it. Just a thought.

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  2. Neville Ross

    25 Jun 2020

    Very Interesting,m Good smiles as I read it. Be interested when the MOG is finished. - Though I am a Ute owner/driver and love my beast ( Nissan ST-X Ute ) and my passions are vintage Tractors..... Love your story sorry never read the previous before hand. All the best Nev. ( Cambridge resident )

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  3. Warren Hall

    26 Jun 2020

    Welcome to the sounds Davey, I,m always up that way on my yacht and would love to call in for a scone....

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  4. Peter Bowater

    27 Jun 2020

    Nice to read on what sounds like a fully restored mog, with a little twist here and there. As I own my own upholstery shop here in sunny sunny Nelson I’m always interested in what state the upholstery of those seats are and configuration of comfortable sleeping and sitting arrangement would be like in the living quarters. Look forward to seeing and hearing more on your progress.

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