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Eugene Speed wrote: Firstly, the 1990 Ford Transit County 4x4. 2500cc diesel, 5 speed manual 'box, NP208 transfer box with high and low ranges, Dana 44F front axle, Salisbury 53 'G' rear axle, 5.83:1 diffs, Deestone 7.50x16 tyres, sand-filled custom bullbar, remote engine start/stop, aux tank, water tank, alarm/tracker system with GSM control, CB & PMR radios, GPS speedometer, bucket seat and 5 point harness for driver, crewcab with bench seats and storage, triple battery system with solar charging and split charge relay, multiple work/spot/alley lights, front and rear strobes, onboard air/power/welding plant, inverter, Windows 7 carputer with 7" touchscreen, front and rear cameras with IR nightvision, DRLs and multi-function siren/PA.
I really like this one. 4x4 5-spd diesel with transfer case? Do like. Closest thing I've seen to a slightly more modern VW Syncro.
I don't think we ever got that model over here. This is what most North Americans think of when the think Ford Transit:
No exactly an aggressive looking candidate for a bad-ass post apocalyptic road warrior vehicle.
I don't think we ever got that model over here.
Shadebringer wrote:Now see, I would get the bigger diesel, and while everything is apart, take the stuff out of the unarmored one and put it in the armored body to creat one bad-arse off-road zombie-killing BOV! Just my $0.02
Viper shtf wrote:Y'all got the 7.3 across the pond? I didn't think they would sell it there, due to the size, and fuel consumption.
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