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Hi everyone. I am a 61 year old thatcher in Devon. I have had various work trucks over the past 40 years of thatching. These include Morris Minor pick up, Austin Devon Pickup, Austin A35 van, Subaru pick up, and Land Rover series 2. For my last few years I would like a Jumbuck. Seems the perfect truck for a thatcher who works on his own and has materials delivered on site. I just have to find one now. Any ideas? Stuart


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facebook is going to be your friend. unfortunatly the website is dying a death
https://www.facebook.com/groups/18771128576/ - the one closley related to the site
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https://www.facebook.com/groups/PJOGUK/ - jumbuck only page
RIP Scott - We will never forget you
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Keep your eyes on eBay. They do crop up now and again. They are getting a bit old now though so watch out for rust, especially in the rear sills, as that's where they all tend to go.


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