Give our bakkie a name and win R5000 worth of spotlights!
Our new bundu bakkie project is underway and we need to give the vehicle a name, just like Spyker, the light-blue Hilux that we gave away last year. We were lucky enough to find a 2001 Toyota Hilux Raider 2,7i Double-cab Petrol 4×4 for R99 000 without rust or any other problems. The new Aussie 4×4-gear company in South Africa, Opposite Lock, agreed to sponsor accessories to the value of R120 000 for the bakkie. With a few extras that we add, like Yokohama mud-terrain tyres and a canopy, we’ll have a 4×4 vehicle to the value of R220 000 for one lucky subscriber to win! But first the bakkie needs to get a name and you can win big if we choose your suggestion. The reader who proposes the name that we use in the end, wins a fantastic set of Lightforce 240 Blitz spotlights to the value of R5 191. Anyone can suggest a name. All you need to do is to register on our forum and post your suggestion. Click here and send us your ideas!
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Tankwa Karoo National Park Whisky and his family are planning their December trip and want to include the Tankwa Karoo National Park. They want to camp for two nights and they are totally self-sufficient. Which camp terrain would you recommend?
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