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    Quote Originally Posted by MickR View Post
    Well you just let me know when you need some vegemite sent over then, ok...


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    Vegimite, no problem it is on the shelf in my local market, right next to the Marmite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    ...I found this in the local Home Hardware store.

    I've given up trying to find the MAAS metal polish the yanks are always going on about. I thought I'd give this stuff a go...


    I buy exactly the same polish here in Hong Kong. I have MAAS as well that I got from the states, but I have to say the Autosol works better IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickR View Post
    Actually I prefer mine to be Toyota (or Holden but not Ford like in your picture), be 4WD, have bigger bullbars with added side rails, more rust, less aerials but taller, B&S stickers, Kenworth mudflaps and more spotties.A lick of mud all over it wouldn't go astray neither. I also like 'em to have a shootin' rail across the drivers side window opening.


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    I like to think of edinburgh as little Oz as they seem to like sending their sunkissed women to work in bars here. Thankyou australia I've been told that this is the most legendary ute of all.. I woulld imagine you've seen this mick



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    Now that's a Ute for you right there.
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    Ah yes, the workin' mans ute. The old Toyota Hilux style side. Gotta love the value for money. I would both, love, and hate, to see that done with the even tougher Landcruiser trayback 78 series.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MickR View Post
    Ah yes, the workin' mans ute. The old Toyota Hilux style side. Gotta love the value for money. I would both, love, and hate, to see that done with the even tougher Landcruiser trayback 78 series.


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    Mate, that would be a very interesting tragedy to see! Africa is full of the old cruisers as well. One of the best 4x4's for the continent, it goes anywhere and spare parts are readily available.
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    I've seen autosol, although I picked up some blue magic instead. How does it compare to MAAS and autosol? I'm hoping it'll be able to work out some high grit scratches on a blade im restoring.

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    AUTOSOL all the way, I remember polishing stainless on yachts in the Med with that stuff! It is a great metal polish and available locally also.
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    I picked up some 'Mothers' polish at the local Autobarn. I think it does a great jobs after some 2000 grit sand paper.

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