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|24th April 2014, 17:00||#181|
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Re: Ex Army MM 550 - "It's tough, but not impossible"
Post the bicycle carrier, what all have you done to your MM550. Please post some recent pictures as well and any new updates. Since you know my restoration (http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...irlfriend.html (MM 550 XDP (Wife) vs CJ/CL 340 DP (Girlfriend))) of the vehicle completely depends on you, since I am following your logical approach and thought process.
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