New photos have been added to our Beaut Utes feature, this time all from readers of FarmOnline. Check out Ute Beauty volume 4.

Be they paddock bashers or B&S battleships, the trusty ute holds a special place in the heart of people from across all parts of rural Australia.

That’s why FarmOnline has put together a tribute with a special collection of Rural Press photos taken over the last two years.

From the glamorous to the outrageous, the Ute Beauty photo gallery below contains pics of some of the winning entries at recent ute musters, as well as images of ordinary bush people meeting up at their country shows around their old farm vehicle.

But we also want to share your favourite ute photos with the world.

The Ute Beauty special feature will be updated in coming weeks with more photos from the Rural Press archives, as well as photos contributed by our readers.

Click here to email FarmOnline your favourite ute photos.


Click here for a slideshow of the best ute photos from The Land, NSW, 2008/09.
Click here for a new slideshow of some of the best ute photos from the Fairfax Media archives.
Click here for a new slideshow of ute photos supplied by readers of FarmOnline.
The last of the beaut utes photos, supplied by readers of FarmOnline.
Click on the link for a list of some more ute websites.
 

  

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