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3.2L petrol?

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Just reading the terms? You have to be there on th day to pick it up. Wonder how you would fair if you drove a Jeep there and it broke down halfway?

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Lol. I would be driving my Jeep there. If you aren't there on the day I think there was a 1k penalty. It's not going to be to remote. Imagine the bad publicity if a brand new cherokee broke when taking it home.

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Finish reading the terms the KL will be picked up at your nearest dealer

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Looks to me like it's picked up at the remote dealer and you have to drive it from there - here's point 11 from the terms and conditions...

The Cherokee will be delivered to the Successful Participant by the Selling Dealer only at the Remote Dealership and will be registered in the name of the Successful Participant before the Cherokee can be collected from the Remote Dealership. If a Successful Participant is
without good cause (as determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion) unable to be present at the Remote Dealership on the Collection Day by the time specified by the Promoter, the Successful Participant will forfeit the Successful Participant’s right to purchase the Cherokee and the Promoter must cause the Selling Dealer to refund the Price (less an amount of $1,000.00 on account of the on-road costs incurred by the Selling Dealer) to the Successful Participant.

The Promoter will not be responsible for arranging for the Cherokees to be transported from the Remote Dealership and Successful Applicants must drive their Cherokees from the Remote Dealership and are responsible for all expenses (including but not limited to accommodation, food and travel expenses) of and incidental to travelling from the Remote Dealership to the Successful Applicants’ final destination
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I'm wondering when they will tell the successful applicants where it is and how much notice they will have to get there.
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Here is a few

Kapunda was a keystone in the early development of South Australia. It has the distinction of being the oldest copper mining town in Australia,

About 25 kilometres east from the tin mining town of Herberton, on an unsurfaced road, is the small town of Irvinebank, established in 1882

Kanowna, Western Australia
If you’d visited Kanowna in 1905, you’d have found a bustling town of 15,000 people – mostly miners hoping to strike gold. In a bid to stop people leaving, local priest Father Long lied about finding a gold nugget weighing 100 pounds (45 kg).

Arltunga, Northern Territory
Central Australia’s first official town was at one time larger than Alice Springs although, at its peak, it boasted only 300 residents. This old gold-rush settlement is now a historical reserve with self-guided tours, gold-panning and a slide show.

Ravenswood, Queensland
Although its 100-odd residents will say they’re very much alive, thank you, Ravenswood is a late-19th and early 20th century mining centre frozen in time. The opulent Imperial Hotel even has a set of swinging saloon doors, in true Hollywood
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Ive studied the clues and im nearly 100% sure where it is
I think Cobar NSW. 1871
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