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Hi guys and girls 

What a great site.

I have had fords on and off over the years and have just picked up a 95 longreach ute.

It's in very good condition but needs a good tidy up...So think I'm gonna need the advice from some of you ;)

Hope to make contact in the future . Cheers Steve (migwelder01)

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1 hour ago, SPArKy_Dave said:

Hey Steve,

 

welcome to the club!

 

I too, own a 95' XG ute.

They are good vehicles. :)

 

(unless you're @deankdx, in which case they're horrible vehicles. 😛)

 

how far has your's driven in 3yrs? and why/why not?

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Just now, deankdx said:

how far has your's driven in 3yrs? and why/why not?

 

Mine hasn't driven in about 7yrs now.... (has it really been THAT long? :o)

Headgasket/no cylinder head.

I have everything now... just need time. :)

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10 minutes ago, SPArKy_Dave said:

 

Mine hasn't driven in about 7yrs now.... (has it really been THAT long? :o)

Headgasket/no cylinder head.

I have everything now... just need time. :)

see post below

1 hour ago, SPArKy_Dave said:

Hey Steve,

 

welcome to the club!

 

I too, own a 95' XG ute.

They are good vehicles. :)

 

(unless you're @deankdx, in which case they're horrible vehicles. 😛)

 

mine sat for 5yrs before i got it.. needed EVERYTHING! 

A LOT of issues related to sitting not being used. yeah, i'll never have another.. was hard to get parts for unlike an XF

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On 2/8/2019 at 6:57 PM, migwelder01 said:

Hi guys and girls 

What a great site.

I have had fords on and off over the years and have just picked up a 95 longreach ute.

It's in very good condition but needs a good tidy up...So think I'm gonna need the advice from some of you ;)

Hope to make contact in the future . Cheers Steve (migwelder01)

Welcome Migwelder,

The 95 Xgs are a nice ute, Ive always liked him. plus they look really tuff when done up and clean.

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