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The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010



The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010

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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

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4 Northern Territory News, CARSguide, Saturday, January 23, 2010 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 3 -J A N -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 3 0 4 C O L O R : C M Y K m g 5 0 0 6 1 534 Stuart Hwy, Darwin - LMVD 348 8946 4471 * Prices includes Govt charges of 3% stamp duty or $ 14.40 transfer fee m g 3 0 0 6 2 0 2008 Mitsubishi Triton 2WD D/Cab 2.4 man #6206 $25,990 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer auto sedan #6142 $23,990 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer auto sedan #6141 $20,990 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer auto sedan #6191 $16,990 2007 Suzuki APV manual van #6223 $13,990 2007 Ford Focus H/back man, low kms #6228 $13,990 Drive Away Deals - Be Quick Many more quality vehicles in stock nowUsed Cars 8941 6511 Cnr Stuart Hwy & Duke St, Stuart Park LMVD 300 m g 3 0 0 6 1 4 $8,990 $8,990 $13,990 $13,990 $13,990 $14,990 $16,990 $16,990 $18,990 $21,990 $45,990 2002 Ford Econovan Airconditioned, power steering, cargo barrier, ideal tradie, top condition. 2002 Ford Falcon 4.0 litre engine, automatic, airconditioning, tidy family car. 2006 Toyota Corolla Hatch 1.8 litre engine, automatic, airconditioning, very economical. 2006 Mazda Bravo Diesel dropside ute, canopy, tool box, ideal tradesmans vehicle. 2004 Astra SRi Hatch Sporty manual, alloy wheels, SRi body kit, leather trim. 2004 Honda Civic GLi Economical, airconditioned, manual transmission, 54,750 kms. Top trade in prices offered! Quick finance T.A.P. Call Martin 0400 161 343 2004 Subaru RX Manual, sporty airconditioned, alloy wheels, body kit, must see. 2005 Mitsubishi 380 LTD Automatic, luxury, airconditioned V6 sedan, 76,280 kms. Worth a drive 2004 Honda CRV Luxury Automatic, airconditioned, full leather trim, factory alloys, top value. 2006 Honda Civic Sedan 1.8 litre engine, automatic, airconditioned, sporty, 76,950 kms. 2004 Volkswagen Touareg 3.6 litre engine, automatic, full leather, has it all, pure luxury. YOU BEAUT UTES LINE M ORE than 400 vehicles will assemble at Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex on Tuesday for what has become a Darwin Australia Day tradition. The highly decorated utes will be decked out for another annual Ute Run. This popular event has grown year after year, becoming a major event for the Territory, and is an important fundraiser for Variety, the childrens charity NT. Supporters come in a mix of transport ranging from motorcycles to huge semi-trailer prime movers, all there to enjoy their special day and to support Variety. The parade, under police escort, completes a circuit of the Hidden Valley track with flags flying, music pumping and horns blowing, before the take-off. They are then on their way, travelling a pre-arranged route out through the northern suburbs and back along Bagot Rd and the Stuart Highway to the Winnellie Park Greyhound Club. The Variety NT volunteers will then have food and cold drinks available and there will be plenty of fun activities for the gathering such as the muffler and thong throwing competitions and the Push-a-Ute comp. There will be competitions for the best dressed adults and children, utes and dont forget to dress up the dog. There will also be plenty of childrens activities this year including jumping castles, a colouring competition, and great prizes. There is more than $10,000 in trophies and prizes to be won with Shannons Insurance, one of the major sponsors, providing all the trophies and judging the vehicle categories. Join the fun at the Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex this Australia Day from 10.30am. How it began, Page 5