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Offline 916senna

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Not quite! Tomorrow I am looking at a stupidly low km, one owner Datsun. Yes, I finally found one...
Does that sound impractical? :p
A datsun gtr ?



Offline 360c

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No such thing as silly power, its adequate till the next best comes along :D

I would have agreed with you until recently. I think supercars have well and truly got to the point where they have too much power for modern road conditions.



Offline andecorp

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Offline mondi

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It probably will be the X5 in the end as my boot's always full with most of my power tools and a tool box and the X6 is a bit smaller in the back compared to the X5. 

Next question, the 30d is plenty powerful, would the 40 and 50d be too much for a daily?

Most serial killers I know drive black vans with blacked out windows, plenty of room on the back for power tools and tool boxes for the body parts!   :D



Offline amgsl55

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Most serial killers I know drive black vans with blacked out windows, plenty of room on the back for power tools and tool boxes for the body parts!   :D

remember I live in the city of serial killers

 :gnasher: :gnasher: :gnasher: :gnasher:



Offline mondi

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I do a lot of my own property maintenance and am very hands on with my property development so i always have a workshop full of tools in the boot



Property maintenance - code word for empty warehouse for that personal serial killer touch!   Lol

And very hands on l!!!   :eek:





















Ok I'll stop now....  .:p



Offline M500


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Have you considered that the X5/ X6 route is overkill for a mobile toolbox?

IMHO you would be better of with a more suitable vehicle such as a ute/ van dual-cab, etc.

Having had an 35d X6, it is an awesome looking car and drives/ handles very well for its size and purpose. If the tools thing will not be a regular occurrence, go the X6 all the way!

Good luck with your decision



Offline JBO


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If you don't need 4 seats, why bother with an overweight SUV? There's better cars out there if you aren't carrying kids around.

^^^^^^this!!!!!
This anonymous clan of slack-jawed troglodytes has cost me the election, and yet if I were to have them killed, I would be the one to go to jail. That's democracy for you. - C Montgomery Burns.



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