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  1. Ken and Christine

    79 SERIES GXL LANDCRUISER UTE FOR SALE

    Our beloved cruiser is now sold.
  2. Ken and Christine

    79 SERIES GXL LANDCRUISER UTE FOR SALE

    Price reduced to $57000, great buying with all the extras included. The AWL fibreglass canopy and tool boxes cost over $14K when new.
  3. Ken and Christine

    79 SERIES GXL LANDCRUISER UTE FOR SALE

    One Owner, purchased new 26th august 2011, this White Cruiser is set up for towing a 21ft Kedron. The vehicle has travelled 130784 km with little off road use and no beach. It has an Australian Work and Leisure (AWL) fibreglass Canopy fitted with central locking, open door alarms, 4 x alloy underbody tool boxes, 60 litre underbody water tank, 2 x roof vents, 3 x alloy roof bars, LH sliding window with security screen, carpeted floor and an anderson plug for a fridge. The cruiser has a 3in Beaudesert exhaust, DP performance chip, Clearview towing mirrors, brake controller, steel bull bar, Anderson plug for caravan charging, Tyre Dogs, Dash matt, window tinting, Lambswool seat covers, pump up rear air bags, UHF radio, Dual battery system, VDO speed alarm, Electronic rust protection. safari snorkel scoop, head light protectors, bonnet protectors and much more. Asking $58500 ONO. Vehicle is shedded at Bundaberg in QLD. Phone Ken on Zero four eight eight 747337. Refer to detailed photos on carsales.com.au
  4. Ken and Christine

    Ford F150 caravan (trailer) backing assistance

    Hi Paul, Like Graeme, we also are considering upgrading to a F150 supercab for similar reasons. We currently tow our ATV2 with a 79 Series Landcruiser ute optioned up. Having made a few preliminary phone calls to QLD converters re specs I am getting mixed messages re payload and tow weights, availability etc. We would be keen to learn of your experience sourcing and purchasing your vehicle. Would it be possible for you to text your phone number to me so I could have a chat to you at a convenient time? My number is zero four eight eight 747337. Any advice and information would be much appreciated. Thanks, Ken and Christine
  5. Hi Ken and Christine.

    We met you on the road yesterday - near Hahndorf. In the little red car....!

    Remember to give us a call when over this way. We are in the main street of Springton and the phone is 85682779.

    Regards

    Chris

  6. Ken and Christine

    Single beds dilemma

    Hello Tony, Thanks for the comments. Our last van was a 21ft ATV with front queen bed and we sold it because there was not enough kitchen bench space and wifey hated climbing over the BBQ box. This box makes the bed difficult to access and make. We also had limited over head cupboards for storage. Our new layout should solve these issues. We will have a cafe dinette with a wide trifold table. Whilst we would like more external access doors the wheel arch gets in the way. We also propose using a front boot hatch door on the RH side to allow the storage of longer objects under that side bed. I will endeavour to post our layout on the owners forum. We have until september to make any changes to our layout. Ken and Christine
  7. Ken and Christine

    Single beds dilemma

    Hello everyone, We have a 21ft 6in ATV on order with the L spaped front kitchen, single beds and full ensuite at the back. We went for this configuration because wifey wants a big kitchen (she loves cooking using basic ingregients so needs lots of room to prepare great food)and lots of living space and lots of storage. The single beds layout is the best to satisfy these requirements without getting into a huge and heavy van. Unfortunately you get less cuddles in a single bed. Some manufacturers claim that single bed vans have a poor resale. We would appreciate comments from experienced caravaners re single beds verses double bed layouts. Thanks, Ken and Christine
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