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  1. 2 points
    I got a ‘94 Honda Cr250r restored last year bringing it back to its former glory! have wanted one of these since I Could remember as the old man had a ‘93 cr500 and sitting in front of the tv watching crusty demons of dirt on repeat!😂
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    For the guys on a budget Year/Make/Model: BA falcon💪Drive: . RWDMotor: . Gods motor 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏Transmission: . BTRFuel: . unleaded Towing Capacity: . 2200kgTowing Modifications: . none, but i would recommend rear bags and a trans coolerPros: . fucking falcon bruvCons: . fucking falcon bruvRough price: . $1-2kComments: . house mate bought this for 1k, literally towed his s15 to HWH and back 2 days later, probs done 40+ tows since he owned it and its been fucking mint, a/c blasting. If you could find a BF with the 6 speed auto that would be the only upgrade. For sub 3k (inc air shocks and trans cooler) legit best CHEAP tow car.
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    Looks straight outta Big Angry Fish. Kiwi's do sheds weird but I like them. Good stuff!
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    Year/Make/Model: 1998 Lexus LX470Drive: AWDMotor: 2uzTransmission: 4spd AutoFuel: GasolineTowing Capacity: Enough to partyTowing Modifications: NonePros: Factory transmission cooler, reliable, comfortableCons: Expensive, factory AHC tends to go out if you drive it into a pond 😅 Rough price: $12k-18k USD? Not exactly sure. Traded my Nissan truck for this one about 10 years agoComments: Even with a 3" lift , 35" tires, 256k miles on the clock (and original motor), and taking a regular flogging on the trail it still tows like a champ. Seems crazy to me the tiny vehicles you guys use to tow your drift cars, but I suppose Americans do tend to do things a bit overkill haha
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    Figured I'd do an update on this seeing as though I've got builders cracking into the shed out my window right now Got confirmation in writing from the council that we didn't have to go through the building consent process, has made it way easier A builder/project mgr mate has come to the rescue and allowed me to buy a kitset on his account & he's got himself plus two of his guys doing it over the past few weeks. The proposed site was about 300mm sloped from back to front, meaning pad would have been 400mm higher than the driveway & not low car friendly. Pushed it back 3m and it'll be muuuuch easier to smooth out the entrance. 4 loads of fill later and the pad's level, boxed & compacted ready for waterproofing layer & steel mesh, then concrete next week Pictures tell the story better
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    Thanks for the info, do you have the exact measurements for the custom shifter? I need to get one of those made. What exactly needs to be done?
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