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Welcome to Macclesfields Finest, this is the story of two likely lads who attempted to drive from Macclesfield to South Africa with the help of their trusty Landrover. Needless to say we didn’t make it, but we had some great adventures along the way.

Owner: thatguynamedandy

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Language: English

Tags: Africa, Overland, Congo, Landrover, Nigeria

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