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+1 for me Bob, exactly what I'm doing, see you around...........hopefully:)
In the US most definitely yes. Land Rover Defenders are only allowed there if over 25 years old and they fetch big bucks.
Lets just say, a lot...
I'm not sure I would risk it, the customs are pretty keen nowadays and crush any that come in that aren't totally original, unfortunately mine...
Well, mine is old enough to be imported............:D
I'm pretty sure it will be, it's too big of a market for it not to be really!
Haha! Yep, can't knock what they've done with the companies.
Ford bought them and sold them to BMW, BMW then sold them to Tata but kept the...
Not owned it's the same company....JLR.....Jaguar Land Rover, all owned by Indian company Tata.
As far as I'm aware everything reported so far is just speculation but it won't look like the concept pictures that have been around for a while....
Thanks for stopping by RiderOnTheStorm :)
Yep, Friday is a sad day indeed.
The last one made is going to be a 90 soft top in Keswick Green for "Mr Land Rover" Roger Crathorne, here it is...
I ran my McGizmo on Efest IMR 16340, why the worry with RCR123 ?
Fancy a Titan Plus myself, UK sourced?
What happens at 250,000 sacrificial...
Agreed, there is obviously behind the scenes stuff going on but you can't fault they're knowledge of the gear!!
Love the American Pickers show, they get to visit some awesome places and meet some great characters:)
Congratulations to the both of you, looks very romantic:inlove:
Enjoyed the fine weather this weekend!
Haha, nice try Bart;)
Got started eventually on the engine and gearbox swap into this hunk-a-junk:)[img]
I'll put the pics here instead of resurrecting the restoration...
Sunrise on the way to work this morning,
Carry after work today,
Well, I'm not sure, I'm not on Facebook but I reckon you'd get your answer on ZW's page!
I've had a few one-offs from him but only ever used one...
Well to be fair you are correct as well!
Advantages of the holes are numerous really.....
Less clay needed to make them, less weight per brick...