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Old 15-01-2011
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Hi Guyz
I came across 3 really cool young French tourists between The Alice & Pt Augusta,

they had been stranded since the previous day! (I couldn't believe no one had stopped for them earlier).

So I hooked em up to the mighty JK (with almost no clutch left) and dragged them back to civilisation!

So come on Jeepers post up a story with pics (this is a picture thread) how you helped someone with your Jeep - extra points for Toymotors & Missuns lol
Cheers Hunty

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ur a top bloke old mate hunty.
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Well done mate, Im sure they were very relieved to have met someone like you!!
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Well Done!
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well done mate
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Well in line with what's going on in SE Qld at the moment, here are a couple of mine.
The first is where I had to tow a car out (dead battery, wouldn't jump start) while the water was coming up the street name is kind of ironic.

The second was the next morning as a sandbag delivery vehicle, the street was cut at both ends. The Bremer river fortunately peaked short of the projections, this was 19.98 m at the Hancock Bridge.

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The brother-in-laws hilux was stolen, we found it the following day next to the road bogged to its axles. Not sure if this counts

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Maaaaate... Recovering a Toymotor counts Specially one that some sick bastard stole.. Would have been more fun to find the little buggers still in though.

PS. Hunty, you're the man - yet again Cant believe no one stopped to pick the poor guys up though.
Cheers, Dave :)

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Hunty - well done - legend, but you weren't quite as lucky as an old (now) stock inspector I know who was working on the Barkly with the TB eradication program with cattle back in the 70's. He lived in a caravan on the station and one very wet wet he came across a couple of rather attractive working ladies heading to the Isa in a Kombi. They were bogged & couldn't move. Being the gentleman that he was he offered the van up for several days while the road dried out. The ladies were very very VERY grateful - at least that's what he tells me!

Cheers ... Mark
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