Im a cruiser man,well there you go.Cant add anything to that. A little while after the 200 series came out the 100 series actually went up in value.You know why????Because the 200 was a piece of junk.My boss sold his 100 series for close to 10k more than he paid for it.They are still a piece of junk.No live axles.100 series was the last decent 4wd wagon toyota had made.The 70 series does make a nice troopy/wagon.But it has leaf springs in the arse. No pissing contest here,Les Siviour has won the last 15 years of outback challenges in the standard catergory in his nissans. Our all-new GU Patrol has continued the success of its predecessors by winning the Australian Off-Road Racing Championship (Class 7 for production four-wheel drives) - Patrol's 15th consecutive victory in this most demanding sport and, for driver Les Siviour, his 14th title. This is believed to be a worldwide first for GU Patrol. And with consistent driving throughout the series, combined with a number of retirements in the final race, Les' daughter, Bobbielee Siviour, claimed second place in the championship driving her Navara Dual Cab 4x4. The final round of the National championship was held on 28th-29th November at Springfield, just outside Brisbane. Evenseasoned competitors said conditions on the new racetrack were the toughest they had encountered - the many river crossings and mud holes made worse by recent heavy rains in south-east Queensland. With points in the bag from his wins in the earlier championship races, Les just had to start the final round to ensure victory for Patrol. He did so emphatically by recording the fastest time in prologue (qualifying), and leading Class 7 from start to finish in the two-day, 400km event. For 19 year-old Bobbielee (navigated by Katie, her 16 year-old sister), the task was more difficult. To finish second in the title she had to beat the new high- tech Evolution Pajero driven by experienced competitor Geoff Pickering from Townsville. However, once again the Pajero proved too fragile and, after damaging the car in the prologue, Pickering did not make the start of the race. In a display of great maturity and sheer determination, the Siviour girls brought their Navara home, securing enough points to claim second in the Class 7 National championship. Success in this tough sport proves once again Nissan products are the undisputed kings of toughness, durability and performance, even in the most demanding circumstances.