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Vehicle Name Veronica
Year 2009
Make Nissan
Model D40 STX Dual Cab
Color Polar White
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab 2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab 2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab
History Purchased late Oct 2009, Spanish build
1,000Km service done 4 days later
Turbocharger replaced x3
Gearbox rebuilt - now replaced
Rear diff rebuilt
Exterior
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Exterior 2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Exterior 2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Exterior
Nissan steel bullbar
Nissan-supplied American 'Snugtop' canopy
Nissan (Airtec) snorkel
Hayman Reese 3T tow hitch
12-pin trailer plug with breaksafe charger and monitor
Anderson plug for power for tow vehicle
Reversing camera
Ambient Temp Sensor
Roo whistles
GME 6.6dB 1.2m UHF antenna
Long Ranger 70L Aux fuel tank
100kg tradies pack roof bars
AutoXS roof tray
ToughToys 3mx2.5m LED awning
Solar panel for charging aux battery
Light bar on bullbar
Clearview towing mirrors

Interior
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Interior
Nissan rubber floor mats
35% tint
Tekonsha Prodigy P3 brake controller
RM6000 BreakSafe battery monitor
240V AC Inverter in tub with charger and AGM battery
GME TX3540 UHF radio

In-Car Entertainment
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab In-Car Entertainment
Pumpkin Android head unit

Under the Hood
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Under the Hood 2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Under the Hood
2.5 litre Common Rail intercooled Turbo Diesel
EGR mod
Electronic rustproofing
Separate transmission oil cooler

Suspension
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Suspension
Springs: Old Man Emu Dakar dual-rate leafs + extended coils
Shocks: Old Man Emu Nitrocharger Sports

Wheel and Tyre
2009 Nissan D40 STX Dual Cab Wheel and Tyre
Factory 16" rims. The standard 255/70R16 Continentals lasted 47,300km and were replaced by BF Goodrich All-Terrains 265/70R16s. These BFGs lasted 65,000km and were replaced by 255/70R16 BFG ATs. These were replaced at 185,000km with a set of Yokohama ATs. Now on Maxxis AT tyres.
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Old 22-11-2019, 10:58 AM
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You're welcome, Sammy. And I prefer to think that we've all got experience in different areas.

Amusement time, Kevin? Ok. My previous car was named by my daughter as "Jessica" and I mispronounced that to "Jessie Car". Naturally I needed another "car" name for this one, and "Veroni Car" won.

No, my bike is called "Goldie". I had thought of calling it the Starship Enterprise because of all the bloody buttons it has on it, but "Goldie" seemed simpler.
Sorry, no offence meant Tony. It just sounded interesting is all.
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Sorry, no offence meant Tony. It just sounded interesting is all.
No offence taken! It's just an amusing way to name a car - think of a name ending in "car"! :) All good mate!
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