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One of our Suzuki Jimnys is for SALE, Only one Careful Owner!!

The Ultimate Challenge 2013, Suzuki Jimny kitted out and ready to go.

First registered 17-4-2012 mileage 22,000 (around the world!!)

Basically a standard vehicle apart from:

  •    Steel rims and Cooper All Terrain tyres

  •    Up-rated spring and shocks

  •    Front free running hubs

  •    Sbraided hydraulic brake fluid lines to front

  •    Engine sump guard
  •    Heavy duty steel bumpers, front bull bar, spare wheel gate rear
  •    Aluminium roof tray, with secure fuel storage
  •    4x10ltr fuel cans
  •    2 spare wheels complete and unused, additional two new tyres
  •    Fitted out for two people, storage compartment fitted, some camping and road equipment

The brave little Jimny is in very good condition and will take you anywhere.
We're looking for £8,500 and that will be added to the charitable fund.

If you're interested, email me at lescarvall@hotmail.co.uk

The official Finish of the Ultimate Challenge 2013

Les Carvall officially ended the Ultimate Challenge 2013 at a reception on Saturday October 26th at the Novotel in Southampton by thanking all who helped and took part in the journey around the world. Click HERE see the thank you video.

Although the journey around the world has reached a successful conclusion, work now starts on editing the movie which is being produced by David Ellery of Viewpoint productions in Southampton below is the official trailer for you to watch.

Key Facts
  • Total miles driven 18,684 miles on varying road surfaces.

  • Overall journey duration 150 days.

  • Number of road crew taking part  7 crew plus the cameraman.

  • Total fuel used 2,900 litres per car around (6.44 miles per litre) or 29mpg.

  • Number of refuelling stops 118.

  • Number of countries crossed 16.

  • Number of border crossings 9.

  • Time zones crossed 12.

  • Continents crossed 3.

The combined ages of the road crew was 509 years and they were all from the local area.

Official Trailer for the Ultimate Challenge Movie
Pictures of the Finish click on the pictures to enlarge
These Images are © Copyright of Heaven Can Wait I'm Busy. Reproduction is free for editorial use only.
To obtain High Resolution versions of these images please contact Maureen who handles the publicity on 07411 378688.

They have completed their fund raising journey around the world, but please Don't forget you can still support them by making a donation at any time just click here

Use the map below to see the route they took

Heaven Can Wait I'm Busy
A new Charity aimed at bringing together people from all walks of life and all ages, working together as a team with one aim -  to raise money for local, national and international charities ….... read more

Suzuki Jimny on off road trials in Suffolk August 2012.

The Ultimate Challenge – While we have time
The first fund raiser for Heaven Can Wait I'm Busy. A challenge never before attempted. Four guys in their 70's drive around the world in Suzuki Jimny's. No frills, no luxuries just men in their machines against the elements, raising money and all captured on film...read more  

Suzuki Jimny on off road trials

The Journey
Travelling through sixteen countries, covering three continents, across two major oceans, Les and his team left the UK on March 31 st  2013. The film While We Have Time was born ...... read more

Suzuki Jimny on off road trials in Suffolk August 2012.

Help us to help others
Heaven Can Wait I'm Busy is a registered charity, No: 1151588.  Many charities are struggling to provide the services they once did and fund raising is getting more difficult every year but that doesn't mean we shouldn't keep trying. Every pound raised is important and 100% of your donations go to our nominated charities ......read more

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