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Old 12-10-2003, 19:40   #1 (permalink)
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The Territory in the Flesh

Was coming up from Perth a few weeks ago and stumbled over two Territorys as you can see, we stopped and they let us have a good look through etc. Not a bad wagon.


Anyway I get back to the Hotel in Geraldton that same night (after WAYYY) to many cans only to find one of the Territorys Parked next to my Berlina!!!
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Old 12-10-2003, 19:51   #2 (permalink)
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Now THAT's a great pose BOF!!! FLMAO!!!!!!

Any more pics?? The dark one looks pretty good!
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Love the color!
Yeh i checked one out that was on display at the Speed Trials here in Geelong a few weeks back and was very impressed
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Old 12-10-2003, 19:53   #4 (permalink)
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I was in a pretty sad state that night as you can probably tell!!
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LOL.

The front doesn't look too shabby I must say.

The rear looks a bit like a Frontera.
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Re: The Territory in the Flesh

I too spotted a (blueprint) Territory today heading south along Paterson Road towards Rockingham. Was at about 2pm and there was only one person in the car. Didnt get to see if it had WA plates on it.

Nice looking car, but the alloy wheels are too small!!!!
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Hahahaha at sad state. Yeah not long now till they hit the streets officially. Be nicer if they came in a manual.
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I saw one here in Vic cruising down High Street today - at first I thought it was one of these new RX300/Cayenne/etc type things but then realised it was a Ford! There must be a heap of them in testing.
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I saw one on Tuesday at Tempe in Syd on the Princes Hwy. It was Blood Orange with Vic number plates, it was dual tone as well with grey on the bottom like that one. The lad driving gave it a little squirt off the line to beat traffic off the mark, but i was driving the other way so only saw a Blood Orage blurrr. It looked very nice though and alot curvier than i expected.
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Re: The Territory in the Flesh

What was your opinion of the "green" colour BOF? It would be interesting to get an idea of what you thought based on it being illuminated by natural light. I have only seen pics of that colour and it looks dog ugly IMO.

I have seen one of the orange ones in the flesh, hooning past in the opposite direction and must say it looked great! I think it is called Mandarin Orange in the Territory range.
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