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    here are some pics of the body damage we encountered and the repairs we had to make.
    55 years of dirt and farm roads just don't go unnoticed
    this Gladiator belonged to a well drilling company and was used to haul the well drilling rig and tools around Namibia in times where asphalted roads where reserved to main streets in towns.











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    Looking good.
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    I love that thing! Beautiful


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    Truck looks like it’s in really good shape. Nice work!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavanji View Post
    here are some pics of the body damage we encountered and the repairs we had to make.
    55 years of dirt and farm roads just don't go unnoticed
    this Gladiator belonged to a well drilling company and was used to haul the well drilling rig and tools around Namibia in times where asphalted roads where reserved to main streets in towns.











    For what it was used for it is in surprisingly good shape.

    Nice work on keeping it alive👍

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    That ol gladiator made it to a good place! Nice work. Trucks lookin great

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    That's a sick Gladiator, looks super clean!

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    So clean for an old farm truck. Nice work!

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