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Proton Jumbuck with Truckman top.. not mine,  but an elderly  friend who has  a small cattery , so it hasn't exactly been  overloaded !!    . It's done 60k & 88 miles , banana yellow ,white truckman .No rips or wear  in the  vinyl seats , no dents  that i could see ..it's very clean  ,  Reg is GN54 EAG  ...


Ps the huge ( MOT check) mileage last year was because someone else borrowed it for 6 months !


That silver Mazda 4x4 is for sale too but I dunno what it is !  Automatic petrol and it goes like stink tho !!   I think its a Mazda Tribute 3 litre v6 ?



I've scribbled out her business  and address  ...in "Paint"  !













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Both the Jumbuck and Tributes mot's have now expired . The lady has bought a new car .  The Jumbuck needs a set of boots , thats probably about it , it's very clean . The Mazda Tribute  is a 53 plate and apparently is rusty underneath...so her mechanic told her ..giffer dents,but pretty straight . Dead cow seats .. I noticed the exhaust is like mine ..welded patches here and there .. 



Jumbuck advertised at £800 , she agreed £600 bid on a phone call.. but a no show ..so I guess £600 would still buy it  . The Tribute I have no idea on price yet ... v6 petrol  auto . but it will be for sale .. LC03 RJZ

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Those Bumjucks are quite a sharp looker I reckon. I know they probably drive like a toilet but I’d still happily blat around in one, specially a bright yellow one that says ‘cattery’ on it, somehow that seems a great look for a shiter. Why does a cattery need a pick-up truck anyway?

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I think you’ll find that Foad’s red one is tested until next year but the yellow one that is for sale is out of test

No, but i’d mistyped the EAG as EAJ. And that’s also a Scroton Bumfuck. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES?

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Those Bumjucks are quite a sharp looker I reckon. I know they probably drive like a toilet but I’d still happily blat around in one, specially a bright yellow one that says ‘cattery’ on it, somehow that seems a great look for a shiter. Why does a cattery need a pick-up truck anyway?

Tax deductible .. :-D    The cat stickers peel off ... I may try and get it for myself  actually ,as i'm making a side step for her new car ,so she'll owe me. :mrgreen:


I looked under the Mazda Tribute yesterday ..Its rotten as a pear at the rear ends of the sills and lower arches . Seat belt mount and axle pickup point is within 30cm of the hole. It's spares or repairs only for that one !  WD SUIT BOLLOX THOUGH :-D .Sump was oily too . 

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Just how cheap might that tribute be, I really like the maverick badged version . Column shift I assume. Any problems with the oil pressure light coming on when idling in drive when it's hot?

Automatic . Its v6 dohc... 3 litre ?  i believe .. Dunno about oil light .

I went in it with her once , she really did scared the crap out of me , it's fast ,down single track country lanes with blind bends . Not that I would critisize someone elses driving ..just that I'm captain slow !  I honestly had to shut my eyes . The only problem with it is,  she doesn't use it ..it just sits there week in week out , and the battery is then  flat when she wants to go out . She's disabled and fears it wont start again when she's out ..It's just lack of use.! Tailgate is rotten at the bottom too .. Its done about  77 odd k   I think . Look up the mot history , it wont be much more  ! Shite Knite would have it welded up and mot'd  by lunchtime . Reg is LC03 RJZ

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