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Hello again guys, Here's an old and quite rare kit from tamiya, a Mitsubishi Pajero Rally, the winner of 1992 Paris Le Cap rally, it was driven by Hubert Auriol. Let me know what you think and thanks for looking. Regards Krishna Iskandana Perth
Thinking about getting a 4WD that will be able to be fitted out as a camper for shorter trips. Land Cruiser or Pajero? The Troopies would be the ideal but my brother has a 4.2 '94 landcruiser diesel (five door) that he is willing to part with at a good
So I am waiting on paint to dry, putty to set properly, and other things on the other projects. I bought this Paj about a year ago and when it arrived it had been squished by Aus Post. Should also mention it is probably the thinnest body I have ever seen.
I'm after the above - the one that is right at the front of the nearside wing. Pref with gasket, fixings etc...
STRUFF had a run of 5 pajero's in 2 days lookin for a wheel alignment on the rear-- with independent rear wheel suspension the factory set camber is scrubbing out the inside of the back wheels big time.. Maybe befor u leave on ya trip u might want to ge
I have a 1996 Pajero and have just done up the motor. I am retiring next year and wondering whether I should update or not. It is still in good condition as I have replaced the shocks as well. I feel it should be still ok for pulling a van around