Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby old'en » 19 Sep 2016 22:33

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Hi this is the pic in the add for mitsy i will get Butch out of his bed tues. morning and take more and send them.
Thanks Alan
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby zildjian » 20 Sep 2016 17:07

Yes that one, very good we were wondering Who'd buy it.

I can see you've worked out hosting images so in that case I'll wait and see what the interior is like.

Will it be a wrench doing without your Tata?



owners I've known seem quite happy with owning something different
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby old'en » 20 Sep 2016 22:41

sound's like 'OH that one! i thought it was too much money for me but thats what happens,it was near to me, does it ring any bells, who put it together
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby zildjian » 20 Sep 2016 22:55

No Alan, not at all
it appeared in our sales thread here is all and I recognised it earlier, think you'll like that camper actually & we have a fair percentage of those among members and so plenty of knowledge of them when you have some questions.
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby old'en » 23 Sep 2016 20:10

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Hello its me and Butch the dog again,had to spend time learning about posting photo's,anyway here's some photos of the new purchase,new to the two of use,can anyone help with the age of my fine beast, Northstar not butch he's five, me im a wee bit older
Many Thank's
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby zildjian » 23 Sep 2016 20:40

We have some Northstar owners so sure We can help over the weekend, it looks well on that Mitsubishi doesn't it have you tried it on the TATA out of interest?


well done on the pictures by the way, they are easy to fine tune once you've grasped the hosting part :mrgreen:
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby old'en » 23 Sep 2016 21:31

Not tried it on Tata yet , got back home on Sat busy in the afternoon, played with camper sun monday worked at the mart and its rained and blown since,weather should improve next week i hope.
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby keeflester » 24 Sep 2016 03:13

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Hello its me and Butch the dog again,had to spend time learning about posting photo's,anyway here's some photos of the new purchase,new to the two of use,can anyone help with the age of my fine beast, Northstar not butch he's five, me im a wee bit older
Many Thank's


Hello Oldyin and butch. That's the same model Northstar as we had, same layout, same everything that I can see. Ours was a 2009 model. We had a lot of fun, enjoy your new rig.
2003 Ford Ranger 2.5 TD 109 Supercab, sold to Simon
Tandy Pony, sold
Northstar 750, sold
K33F-built Penthouse Pee Pod, sold to Simon with the Ranger
Built the lozenge for my wee sister, its now finished and in regular use
Now converting a blue Tranny.
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby old'en » 24 Sep 2016 04:19

Thanks for the input 2009 sound's good, the lady i had it off thought it was same age as the pick up, me i'mof the mind it had seven owners, the last 2 kept the motor about a year each so before that someone has spent time on this motor,
the wee ding in the luton has been there a while and no one has fixed it ?.Like history i would like to know a bit more about the Mitsy and Northstar.If the weather dry's up Butch and myself intend heading north for a short trip away to Ulapool and beyond just to try this truck out.Better have a crawl under her check drive joints, gearbox oil everything
topside work fine,water heater a bit offputin fired it up an what a flame nice and blue lot more than i expected, heats the water though,cab heater had one before in my truck that ran on derv this is gas fine though.Three ring gas no oven how am i going to bake my bread while away? dont care for shop bought bread these days. Sorry i'm rambling on.
Thanks Old'en an Butch the dog
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Re: Hello from Old'en and Butch the dog.

Postby keeflester » 24 Sep 2016 06:35

Use a Dutch oven for bread, or one of the ring shaped thingies' that folk make cakes in.
Boilers great ain't it.
2003 Ford Ranger 2.5 TD 109 Supercab, sold to Simon
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Now converting a blue Tranny.
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