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Old 03-06-2002, 03:14   #1 (permalink)
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My Work Hack!

Bought it from my missus Uncle who had since new for $900.00 and 150,000K's.
It had a 3.3 six with column manual.
I've change it to a 4.1 with BW40 auto and floor shift from a 1989 XF Falcon ute.
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Old 03-06-2002, 03:21   #2 (permalink)
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One other thing it it did have rust down the bottom channel/sill unfortunately which I just bogged up just to make it look tidy.
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An XC? ute, you don't see many of those around. Looks in good condition too.
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Not bad for $900 mate :) !
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Hmm a Gem reco'd engine. My mate had one of these in his XF ute and it hammered. Not bad at all GTHO4!!
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CLASSIC NOT PLASTIC

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What a beast. I love the look of the XB/C utes. That why I have one of each. Work hack? They can handle that tag, bloody tuff if you ask me. 150000ks it great for a car from about, what, 1978?
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