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Mitsubishi - Pajero - 1993 - $8,500 *** NO UPDATES FOR 30 DAYS ***

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Available: Now

Selling in: Sydney

Sellers name: Sonja

Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Pajero

Gears: Manual

Manufactured year: 1993

Registration number: 547444

Registered in: NT

Registration expires: 5 months

Approx KMs at time of advertising: 290,000

Car Condition: Better than average

Colour: White

Price: $7,999

Sonja registered with HCC as a traveller

Phone: 0402 965 671  (Optus mobile)                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


Description:

After 6 month we unfortunately have to sell our 4WD "Roofus". We really thought about driving home with it to Germany because it is just a great set up with the tent on top and we will miss it so much. But we hope that someone else will have as much fun with it as we had...
  
So here are the details:

Rego + full safety check valid until 07/2011
Mitsubishi Pajero "ECI Multi V6 3000"
Mitsubishi 6G72 engine
6 cylinder
3000cc petrol engine
155 PS
Takes approximately 14 litre / 100km (that is 5 litre less fuel than a Toyota Land cruiser would take loaded with the same equipment)
air condition (we used it so much and loved it, never travel without..)  
long range fuel tank (about 75 litre)
power steering
central locking system
we are non-smokers, so no bad smell in the car or tent
  
Roofus comes with:  

roof-top tent: Setting it up takes less than 1 Minute. You sleep on the roof and you have an awning of 150x200m to sit in. Mattresses can stay on the roof all the time, so no lost space inside the car. The tent is rainproof but leaked a little while we travelled in Queensland in December (which tent wouldn't ;-)). So we bought a big tarp to cover the tent. Now it is 100% waterproof. An aluminium ladder is included to get into the tent. We made a video for you where you can see the tent and how to set it up. Search for "Roofus Australia" at Youtube. The tent has 4 big windows and 2 doors, with mosquito nets, for good ventilation. So it doesn't get as hot as in normal tents. The original price of the new tent was 3200 dollars.

bedding: queen size mattress (150x200m), pillows, linen

fridge: 21 litre, runs on 12 cigarette lighter plug and 240 Volt mains

off-road equipment: large jerry can, tow rope, saw, shovel,

camping gear: table, chairs, pan, pots, dishes, cutlery, gas cooker, gas bottle, and much more)

build in two story shelf
with 7 storage boxes (35 litre each): The boxes can be secured with straps so that you can fix them(especially good for off-road tracks). There is some space left to store items beside the boxes. The shelf also makes it difficult to steal your stuff out of the car. Just park the car with the heck very close to a wall or a tree so that nobody can open the rear door and it will be very hard for them to get your valuables out.

power lead:
25m, heavy duty

inverter: Charge all your electronic devices with the second battery.

fm-transmitter:
Listen to music from your iPod, MP3-Player,... over the radio

red arc: Automatically switches between first and second battery so that you will never risk to flatten the first battery with the fridge or with the inverter
 
big second deep cycle battery: works much longer and better than normal ones

toolbox

Camps 5 Guide: Tells you where you can camp for free all over Australia, with GPS coordinates and many details (if shower, toilet, mobile coverage is available for example). Some of the most beautiful and untouched camps are for free...

2 gold pans + map of goldfields in NSW ;-)

 and much more

As we are the first ones who travel with this car, a lot of these items are bought by us and not older than 6 month.
 
There has been replaced the following in the last 6 month
:

two new tires
spark plugs*
alternator
ignition lead
2 batteries*
oil coolant pipes
temperature sensor
radiator*
*These items weren't really a problem, but we changed them because they didn't seem to be very reliable any more and we don't want you to get in trouble with the car. So we fixed everything that could become a problem in the near future. The car should be in a very good condition now and is a reliable vehicle for your journey. We had the car checked two weeks ago at a licensed Mitsubishi mechanic.

We kept a folder with all receipts and documents for you.

We bought the car from a mechanic who checked it and fixed everything that needed to be done, before we left 6 month ago.  

What else:
We want to go back to Australia one day and would always try to get our hands on a 4WD again. There is just so much to see off the tracks that you would miss with a normal car or van. Just one example: Drive your own car at Fraser Island (rental is around 150,- or more per day and you have to be over 21 years old). But there are much more beautiful spots around Australia and often very unspoiled ones.
Mitsubishi Pajero is the most successful model in race history, including winning the Rally Dakar 7 year straight (12 times in total).




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For those of you who canĀ“t just drop by and have a look at the car, we posted a video at youtube. We hope that it helps you to get an idea of the good condition of the engine and other parts under the hood. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XmBxhMYs0s



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Re: Mitsubishi - Pajero - 1993 - $8,500 *** Reduced to $7,999 ***
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If you are interested in the car, please let me know soon! We are leaving at the 9th of february and we have an ebay auction which will end today at 6pm. But anyway we are also allowed to sell it elsewhere. The price is negotiable, but we are not desperate.  Wink Would be happy to hear from you!

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