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#1

Digging Australia
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26 September 2020 10:08 am

I was lucky enough to get my hands on a GPZ for the weekend.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujlLxqz0VIs

big_smile

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cha55a
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26 September 2020 11:52 am

Very interesting find mate. Thanks for posting.
Ps. Great song at the intro perfect

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Jaros
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26 September 2020 12:03 pm

Well spoken, well made vid, looks like we have our own Parker Schnabel bugger the Yanks.


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Digging Australia
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26 September 2020 01:17 pm

cha55a wrote:

Very interesting find mate. Thanks for posting.
Ps. Great song at the intro perfect

Thanks thumbsup

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Digging Australia
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26 September 2020 01:17 pm

Jaros wrote:

Well spoken, well made vid, looks like we have our own Parker Schnabel bugger the Yanks.

Thanks Jaros haha thumbsup

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Moneybox
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26 September 2020 04:24 pm

Anybody who leaves the back of the wagon unattended with a GPZ7000 on show is in for a rude awakening upon the return from the beach lol

by the way, a very enjoyable video and a great hotrock, yes magnetie I'd say....

Last edited by Moneybox (26 September 2020 04:26 pm)


Phil, Sandra & Taz - GPX4500's, SDC2300's, White's Goldmaster GMT, Equinox 800, pans, sieves and more in a 4WD motorhome.

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Digging Australia
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26 September 2020 05:14 pm

Moneybox wrote:

Anybody who leaves the back of the wagon unattended with a GPZ7000 on show is in for a rude awakening upon the return from the beach lol

by the way, a very enjoyable video and a great hotrock, yes magnetie I'd say....

Haha, you're not wrong! Thanks thumbsup


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