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    Quote Originally Posted by wagoo View Post
    I didn't ask what Anthony hoped to get for the Stolly. I was too busy pawing over it. Ten/fifteen years ago I would have found a way to own it. but the minister of finance told me my days of fun and games are behind me and I must demonstrate some fiscal responsibility.
    You could call him on 0397288046.
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    Thanks Wagoo

    I have Anthony's phone number, we've done a few deals in the past and I only spoke to him about 2 months ago.

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    AJ was talking about getting one at the last Corowa Swim In.
    I must pay a visit soon to have a look at it.
    Unless otherwise stated, this post is the opinion of Mick_Marsh and should be read accordingly.

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    The Stolly was imported for one person who has first claim on it.
    If the the case was other wise It would be sitting in my shed now.
    The price is a lot.
    There is also problems with vehicle width even on club rego.

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    Are we talking about one of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garrycol View Post
    Are we talking about one of these?

    YouTube - Alvis Stalwart
    Yes, one of those. Aside from width issues that Ron alluded too there is also a problem of transmission windup on high traction surfaces due to being permanent 6 wheel drive, with only one differential, a NO SPIN driving all 6 wheels via bevel drive boxes in what is called a "H" drive arrangement.
    Richard Watton, mentioned earlier re Noel Fullertons 101 and powered trailer, solve the windup problem on his own Stolly by making air operated disconnects to the front and rearmost bevel boxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101 Ron View Post
    The Stolly was imported for one person who has first clam on it.
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    There is also problems with vehicle width even on club rego.
    I can just see you goin' fish'n in the Shoalhaven using your Stolly!

    Yes 2.62m wide is stretching the friendship with the RTA by at least 120mm. It would be a case of UVP and getting floated (before floating) at an event.

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    Hi my 101 is a 78 so late but has bronze green under the British army DPM cellulose brush on.
    Is this a normal state of affairs unless I misread the previous piece that they were finished in Drab from the get go from Marshalls?
    back to basics 101 forward control 3.9i
    and a series yet to be purchased.

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