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    Probably the most embarrassing part was the extraction.



    The shame, the shame!

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    G'Day Fella's,

    I see what you mean Gadgetman!
    Gettin dragged out by a Land Rover!!!
    How embarrassment!

    Doh!
    Homer

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    Land rovers got to be good for something

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    thats cool i drowned a ute once see if i can find it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer View Post
    G'Day Fella's,

    I see what you mean Gadgetman!
    Gettin dragged out by a Land Rover!!!
    How embarrassment!

    Doh!
    Homer
    I know I shouldn't of felt so bad, I'd already hauled him out a few times during the day. But it's the principle of it. Another bad part was that he had my twins (another Landie fan) cell number in his phone and was calling up pretty damn quick. I did get a certain amount of entertainment out of it though; when I pulled the glow plugs and cranked the engine over there was an brilliant sequenced fountain display. Hey, I'm one of life's optimists and always look for a bright side of everything.

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    *Note to self* Dont let Crzyman drive my truck


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    Heres the one I was telling you about Dougie that went off the road,they were lucky lads!
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    Absolutely nuts eh Dundee. You should charge for tractor recoveries!

    This is my old battler but I never had a whoopsie...at least not on camera!


    And not exactly the norm transport again but here's a guy I dated at Polytech who crashed back when he raced formula fords and I was spanner hand for him. Hands down the worst day of my life - I thought he had died. This is turn one Levels (Timaru) if you are familiar with the track. I watched the entire thing from pit wall. I shit you not I had tighened up his HANS device just before this race. He was lucky to get out with a broken back in two places and badly lacerated hands from hitting the steering wheel (and breaking it into three bits!)



    More of the crash pics here: http://sportpromedia.com/events/2007...race/index.htm

    Absolutely lovely guy, he races V8 tier 2 and V8 utes now.
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    Farmer left his gate open and some stock walked out on to the highway.
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    Nice puffa jacket DougieHeres the same wreck being towed away.Don't mess with cows aye Timmay
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    Sweet cruiser Dougie , used ta own a blue one, it fell of a hill buggered it a wee bit .

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZHTR View Post
    Sweet cruiser Dougie , used ta own a blue one, it fell of a hill buggered it a wee bit .
    Yikes.....pics????

    FJs rule. This one was an awesome truck eh, was like a tank in L4 with chains on all round...I love reminising with the story of when I hauled out a stuck campervan at Lake Lyndon in the middle of winter, I was proud as punch (Actually I think that photo was taken a few hours before I saved the tourists!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    Farmer left his gate open and some stock walked out on to the highway.
    Damn the stock on my farm don't look anything like that! Will need to have a serious talk with the stock agent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Damn the stock on my farm don't look anything like that! Will need to have a serious talk with the stock agent
    Haha, they can be a bit temperamentle sometimes

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