1993 fourtrak ind

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Guys,selling my Fourtrak 1993 because its failed an mot and cant be bothered repairing it and the fact that my cayenne is now 2 wks away has something to do with it!

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1993 fourtrak independant 125k miles with new engine @105k miles.New clutch fitted april this year.White with Fondmetal offroad alloys with 4 excellent intermediate tyres and brand new zero miles spare tyre.Tow bar.Bodywork in excellent condition with only a ding in the plastic offside quarter bumper.

work req for mot:
sills req welding,one brake pipe req replacing,driveshaft gaitors (front)req replacing,front wheel bearing excessive play.

regards Gary

cayenne

sell the cayenne and test the four track i would not give you 750 for your cayenne

WE AL MAKE MISTAKES SAID THE DARLEK GETTING OFF THE DUSTBIN

Thanks for your "wise words"

Thanks for your "wise words" wakoshite Blum 3   Blum 3   Blum 3 but the FOURTRAK is now sold and the Cayenne is in the garage.

Logging out   Biggrin
Regards
Gary Edwards

Regards
Gary Edwards

man whith big todger stuck on head

Hi Gary glad to see you got your cayenne,{puke} it will suit you fine going to the hairdressers where you work as a hair boufer.
it will also be handy for parking on the grass verge out side school when you pick the kids up thats if you and your boyfreind have addopted any and the kerbs arnt to steep. got to watch those alloy rims
any way must go got better things to do

remember gaza baby

"Nemo me impune lacessit" or for you "Wha daur meddle wi' me?"

WE AL MAKE MISTAKES SAID THE DARLEK GETTING OFF THE DUSTBIN

nasty jacko

Whats your problem jacko the guys trying (sucessfully)to sell his car and you rip him to bits because hes bought a far superior motor!!!I know what Id rather be driving - a smokey old Fourtrak or a Porsche Cayenne let me think.It seems to me that maybe youre a bit jealous-I certainly am and admit to it.

Try some anger management/jealousy/control/spelling classes because I certainly think you need them retard.

"Wha daur meddle wi' me?"   :-   Lol

CAYENNE

Do we realy have to suffer slanging matches between people on the forum. Every one to his own, don't react it's not worth it and it's too personal for this type of FORUM.

MIKE

Cayenne

So the guy wishes to own a Cayenne, thats his right. I own a '91 leaf sprung Fourtrak , it drives and rides like a Series 2 Land Rover, and I have no problems with that. What I wished I still had, is my Series 1 Land Rover circa 1950's. My partner and I (she's disabled, a Tetra, neck broken at C4/5 ) travelled the country in Henrieta Wilson HEW926 a '52 Series 1, and we still cover many miles in the UK in our '91 Fourtrak, we think the world of our truck (Chunky). She may give us a rough ride, thats no problem ,she's never let us down, we believe in trucks that are simple ,no black box's,or electronics, trucks that do there job,get us from A to B. Yes , our Fourtrak has problems, and it do'es not give the ride or power/fuel economy/status that a modern coil sprung, computer controled Cayenne may give. But thats our choice,and it's the choice of a indervidual to run whatever he choose's. The world/life is made of choice's.

Edward (ews) '92 Fourtrak 2.8 TDX