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  1. #11
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    She now has front seat covers and a cubbybox instead of the middle front seat. Two more photos without the pony stuff.
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    I have had to enter full banshee on my boy before so definitely you gotta do what you gotta do My daughter and her first car, update horses hit each other harder than we could ever even imagine My daughter and her first car, update

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    We've been on a similar journey with our eldest who bought a Wrangler, Unfortunately the cheapest Defender would be at least 20K and the Wrangler was a good buy at about $10500.00 registered and insured in her name. It is a 2006 model with 96,000Km on it.
    She's put new tyres on the front and we put new carpet in as a birthday present. So far she's got the debt to the Parents Bank down just under $8K, not too bad for a year 12 student with a casual job.
    Pictured on a Canberra Land Rover Club training day.

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    So some more photos from my daughter and her 90. She said it took two trips to shift this lot. I think it is shavings for bedding for the pony.
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    Seems my daughter does other things apart from carting bales....Got these today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudfan View Post
    Seems my daughter does other things apart from carting bales....Got these today.
    Hmmm, now I know it's not the done thing to ask a woman's age but, in general terms of human longevity, how old is your daughter, Spudfan?

    Why I ask is that I have a very outdoor orientated young nephew, whom I have no doubt would treat a young lady with a Defender in the manner she deserves!
    If I can't remember, then it never happened!

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    My daughter is age 27 and her Defender is age 21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudfan View Post
    My daughter is age 27 and her Defender is age 21.
    Bit of an age gap there although the Defender is closer to his age of 17. Distance is an issue to overcome, as well.
    If I can't remember, then it never happened!

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    Plus she is "spoken for"..... don't forget the pony

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    Some more of the basics has been added to the tool kit. I/4 AF/MM socket set and a 3/8 AF/MM socket set. Spanners are AF/MM as well. Also a torx key set. Just to prove that she does not spend all of her time in the 90 she sent these.

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