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    Where are all the P38 video's ?

    I have been youtubing like forever, mostly on beautiful australian tracks or p38's. I can find a lot of good stuff on both, but not the combination of the two

    the canning stock route, birdsville, old telegraph etc etc. No video's whatsoever or even records of people having done them in a p38...

    Have people done these with their P38 and is there any detailed reports or footage of it anywhere?

    Cheers!

    -P

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    Not a lot of footage of P38s, as most of them spent their time on "tracks" like the one in pic attached, Toorak road Melbourne, There were similar tracks in Sydney, with out the actual tracks on the road
    which now days is replaced by the RR sports.

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    ah yes, the so called chelsey tractors.

    Too bad I'd love to see one doing the real stuff!

    -P

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    I've only just started using a P38 off road but I used to do a few dodgy videos with my RRC with the camera stuck on the side I'll have to see where it'll stick on the P38.
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    I've done the Old Telegraph Track (plus many more up that way) multiple times in my P38's.

    I'm headed up that way in early May as well!

    Ive got footage on YouTube (kwager) under "my p38 in its travels" or something similar. The tele track stars in it a bit. I haven't broadcast much from my trip up there last year in September but I can provide videos if you like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithy P38 View Post
    I've done the Old Telegraph Track (plus many more up that way) multiple times in my P38's.

    I'm headed up that way in early May as well!

    Ive got footage on YouTube (kwager) under "my p38 in its travels" or something similar. The tele track stars in it a bit. I haven't broadcast much from my trip up there last year in September but I can provide videos if you like?
    And this will be some

    My P38 Range Rover in it's travels 2012/2013 - YouTube
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    Keithy, yes please And of course everyone else, keep em coming! I love to see the P38's do well on the "better" tracks down under. It is on my bucket list to do them myself in a couple of years!

    Thanks!

    -P

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    That's the one Rangieman!! It's a bit of a "knock-together" but it suffices!

    I'll go through my vids and see if I can locate some and YouTube them

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    I've still got my video up on YouTube when we did the Birdsville trip in 2011. It's a 4 part series, plenty of p38 shots.
    BIRDSVILLE PART 1 - YouTube

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    Thanks for the video, I did enjoy watching it

    Perhaps I should tape more of my own exploits as well, I seem to always forget that bloody gopro though or I am way to busy having fun driving my P38 to take pictures

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