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Old 22-02-2017, 04:27 AM
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Now I have seen everything, love to know what the cops said to him lol
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Old 22-02-2017, 05:29 AM
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Looks more likely to be oversize than overweight.

Saw one recently with a Holden barina on top of a box trailer with one strap holding it down. Whole thing being towed by a camry.
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Looks like both to me. The ute looks like it's riding very low on the rear suspension. There's something dangling on the back which could block the view of the registration plate and to my eye (which isn't perfect) the tray looks bowed in the middle.
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They got him for decapitating Optimus Prime?
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Old 22-02-2017, 02:21 PM
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It is a kenworth cab, which are alloy anyway, but still a reasonable amount of weight for the poor old ford courier (looks like one to me) one tonner hahaha
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Old 22-02-2017, 08:55 PM
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They got him for decapitating Optimus Prime?
Going back to their roots! Optimus Prime was a Kenworth K100 originally, then a Freightliner FL86, and a Peterbilt 379, Western Star 5700 Concept (and a WS 4900 Phantom Custom). I think he might have been a Marmon cab-over at some point too.

I thought the sleeper cabs were fibreglass - that'd make it really heavy.
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Old 22-02-2017, 09:12 PM
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Going back to their roots! Optimus Prime was a Kenworth K100 originally, then a Freightliner FL86, and a Peterbilt 379, Western Star 5700 Concept (and a WS 4900 Phantom Custom). I think he might have been a Marmon cab-over at some point too.

I thought the sleeper cabs were fibreglass - that'd make it really heavy.
It's a Kenworth T409 aerodyne cab, one of Lindsay's tpt wrecks, there lightweight metal not alloy.

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Going back to their roots! Optimus Prime was a Kenworth K100 originally, then a Freightliner FL86, and a Peterbilt 379, Western Star 5700 Concept (and a WS 4900 Phantom Custom). I think he might have been a Marmon cab-over at some point too.

I thought the sleeper cabs were fibreglass - that'd make it really heavy.
Tony, your detailed knowledge of the Transformers is unsettling.
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Tony, your detailed knowledge of the Transformers is unsettling.
When you have a 7 year old boy in the house ... and Transformers are his (current) favourite thing ... and Rescue Bots are on TV almost every waking moment ... well, it kinda happens.
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Yeah that checks out.
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