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Erskine

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Cough Cough...

Mid Atlantic Blue....

;-)
I was after either the Blue or the Green. It made the search harder but I wasn't prepared to compromise beyond that, it also had to have full leather and heated seats and be a CRD. However had I had a crystal ball I would probably have gone for the V6 petrol as top spec low mileage ones were cheap as chips and would cost the same to run now!
 

Erskine

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Is it scrapyards or KJ's that are surprisingly common in Norfolk?

I was up there in the Summer (to pick up some wheels & tyres) & didn't see much evidence of either, not that I expect to see scrappies any more: an unGodly alliance of environmentalists & property developers have seen to that.

Oh, & if it's not too late, Happy New Year! :)
Happy New Year to you too!
 

Deb'nKJ

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Both are reasonable common here! Thankfully the green tossers seem to be more city based! ;-)
Happy New year
Well, having spent most of a long weekend under the KJ, after it's been laying idle for a few months, I thought perhaps I ought to find out what I might have missed. At the weekends, my nearest city is 22 miles away & while there are a couple of s/h parts places around I don't know of a scrapyard, as I understand the term.

Obviously, I can, & do, get stuff on-line, there's even a couple of Jeep specialists - but it's not the same.
 

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No, I love a rummage round a scrapyard, cars are good but industrial is even better, I bought a pair of forklift main rams about 20 years ago from a scrapyard, big plans.... Still have them, they have moved house with me twice :)
 
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