info on 70 series

Discussion in '70-Series Tech' started by svo_jon, Aug 1, 2005.

  1. svo_jon

    svo_jon

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    Where do I get info on 70s? I would like to know dementions, options, opionions, ecs. And Pics are always good.
    I am trying to do some reserch.
    Thanks
    Jonathan
     
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    75 trucks or 75 troopies?
     
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    Troopies for me... but the trucks are cool, too.

    -Kevin
     
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    troopies have been available since 1985...
    cheers
     
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    ditto troopies

    edit: you posted like 2 sec. before me...

    So how come we aren't seeing a lot of troopies imported? I thought they would be popular?
     
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    i stopped looking because all the ones i saw were 300,000km and $15,000 to $20,000 and in my books they are not worth that much...
    cheers
     
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    Bummer... did they come with lockers FR/RR?
     
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    True.
    This is a pic of an aussie 94 HZJ75 troopy rusting in both rear arches.
    The stealership wanted $18K with 200000klms and handfulls of wet beach sand still stuck inside the body:mad: oh and beach fishing stickers all over:D.

    My advice is to stick with cab chassis or MWB if your going to import a J7.
    Less metal and more bolt on body parts

    Dont know about other countries but J7s with factory lockers are rare in oz except in late model RV troopys.
    Most of the govt departments fitted air lockers if they needed them.
    Picture 007 (Small).jpg
     
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