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    I gave up the Surf, as the fuel cost was crazy, as I do 25,000 miles a year.
    To my amazement, the wife decided to have it, rather than her Daewoo 1.6!
    She (the Surf) has been trundling along, still part of the family ever since.
    The tailgate has finally given up the ghost (again) today, so researching a fix, brought me here again, to my astonishment that I last posted in 2008! Eeeek! How long have we owned her?

    Long live Surf's!
    Lifes for smileing at! when ya Surf's not broke!

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    welcome back!!!
    hard to get away from them (they are too good)
    the wolf is always bigger when you are scared!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TimberSurf View Post
      I gave up the Surf, as the fuel cost was crazy, as I do 25,000 miles a year.
      To my amazement, the wife decided to have it, rather than her Daewoo 1.6!
      She (the Surf) has been trundling along, still part of the family ever since.
      The tailgate has finally given up the ghost (again) today, so researching a fix, brought me here again, to my astonishment that I last posted in 2008! Eeeek! How long have we owned her?

      Long live Surf's!
      Well said that man ...

      13+ Years of Surfs ..... n Faultless to a "T" is my Yota !!
      Buncefield Burner

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      • #4
        surfs now gone but cant forget fun i had in them still drive toyota 4x4 but friend had hilux for sale and i couldnt resist buying it
        Only Toyota can get you out of shite

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        • #5
          I have had Toyota 4x4s for 24 yrs now blimey time flies

          Hilux mk3 x2 1 blue, 1 white
          Hilux mk4 x2 1 green, 1 blue
          LC Colorado x2 both black
          Gen 2 Surf x2 1 burgundy, 1 black
          4Runner x1 green
          Gen 3 Surf x1 blue
          Daihatsu Fourtrak x3 1 blue, 1dark gray, 1 light gray not strictly Toyota but a subsidury.

          still have Gen3, mk4 pickup and mk3 pickup.
          Old enough to know better but then again.....

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          • #6
            I know the feeling, I first joined here in 2004 when I bough my original 'Smurf' and wrote about it in the now defunct '4x4 Mart' magazine.

            I then bought a Discovery when I wrote for, wait for it, the now defunct 'Land Rover World' magazine - there's a theme here isn't there?

            I now have Deux Smurf, our second, which is a 3rd Gen, and I now have my own 4x4 website!

            BTW Boo Crew, I'd forgotten that you're a Bolton lad too!
            Damian

            http://www.themudlife.co.uk

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