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Hello from Northern-Norway :smile


Just sold our 2005 Landcruiser 120 and bought a new RAV4 Hybrid Executive, think its pretty much the same as the US Platinium.
Did get it 45min before my flight out of town, so I only got aproxematly 800meters in it before I had to handle it over to my wife :frown

-Remi
 

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I guess you all love pictures, that'll have to wait untill my post-count gets a bit higher :serious
 

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Welcome and looking forward to the pictures.
 

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Thank you :)
... so now I need one more post ...
 

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Very nice! I don't think Toyota offers those wheels here.
 

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Very nice! I don't think Toyota offers those wheels here.
Thanks :) I have the same in charcoal on the winterwheels, a month or two from now I'll hav to put 'em on :)
 

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Thanks :) I have the same in charcoal on the winterwheels, a month or two from now I'll hav to put 'em on :)
Like Ned Stark said, "Winter is coming." ;)
 

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Also notice you get the "Fat lip" front trim pc. Looks great!
Still trying to figure out if it's regional or not...
 

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I'll throw in a picture of my 1986 Landcruiser 60, 4l with auto-transmission :)
 

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Never seen a GoT episode, but it sounds like they know what they are talking about, I might try to have a look :D
"Winter is coming" is the title of the very first episode. In their world, winter (and summer) can last anywhere from 3 to 10 years. So planning for the coming winter is a really big job.
 
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