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    Workin wheels upcountry Market.

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    Nice little runner this one. Koh Tao 2007.

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    Up country Issan. I like the way these guys take pride in their rides.

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    Blinged up Scooter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    An old Inter fire engine in the process of being converted into a mobile shop.

    I'd love one there's one rotting on the west side of Pahhonyothin somewhere between Sukothai turn off and Phrae , I'd love to restore but she who must be assauged thinks a model is better suited to my restoration skils
    Its red and about 50m back in the fileds near where they sell machetes
    I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn’t find any.

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    Nice work here.

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    Buen Khan on the Mekong.

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    The Thais are really great at restoring.


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    I was wandering around Khon Kaen one year and came across a shop that was chock full of restored Willy's jeeps. Fantastic it was.

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    They had every friggin model ever made.

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    A village called Khong. This vehicle certainly had earned its master a few buks.

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    Here is a great picture of a Modified Vehicle. This modification was done by a Farang when he head buttered someones car. ChiangMai.

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    A mobile party wagon complete with TV screen, sound system and bar.




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    The threads looking good. cheers mates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Normally these homemade trucks come come with a Kubota agricultural engine. This rare model comes with standard Deisel engine.

    Fixed that for yu Pragmatic

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    I came across this eye catching number this morning. The little beauty even had a tipping ram fitted. Them agricultural Kubota engines are the bees knees.






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    ^ Farm truck. Gets the job done.

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    What made me laugh about this modification was that there is no passenger seat. The Kubota engine sits there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    They had every friggin model ever made.
    Did you happen to notice the price range?

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    Na, that pic was taken maybe 10 years ago mate.

    The shop is near khan train station, bet it is still there.

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    ^^ Did you notice every vehicle has blocks under its wheels?

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    No breaks maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo
    Did you happen to notice the price range?
    Friend of mine was looking to get one a year or two back and they seemed to range about 300,000 - 500,000 for a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    What made me laugh about this modification was that there is no passenger seat. The Kubota engine sits there.
    What? You didn't notice the passenger friendly wheel well?

    Passengers in the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    What made me laugh about this modification was that there is no passenger seat. The Kubota engine sits there.
    These things, usually known as Etans are purpose built, I have seen in my travels a shop that makes and sells them.
    In some parts of the country they have the 4 cylinder diesel but most are made with the Kubota.
    Other places these are the preferred mode of farm transport :


    You dont see many in rice farming country there one of these is far more likely to be seen powering a water pump :



    Note the security system on this one, most farmers are much more trusting. Or perhaps thats the hand brake on the transmission.

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