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Old 04-01-19, 11:17 PM   #1371
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Always a queue behind and the open road in front..

Nice one Ray, 5 bearing engine very much better!

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Old 04-01-19, 11:25 PM   #1372
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Always a queue behind and the open road in front..

Nice one Ray, 5 bearing engine very much better!

Phill.
You could go for the full monty and tow a big caravan even slower

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Old 05-01-19, 11:51 PM   #1373
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This was slow....

Two engines, trailer, camping gear, log burner, fire wood, crates of stuff to sell and a binding brake!

Definitely don’t need a “road maggot” to lug around.

Untitled by Phillip Sheppard, on Flickr


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Old 08-01-19, 11:16 AM   #1374
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My idea of heaven! - a great looking set up there Squire - happy days - long may they continue for you.

One day I'll join the ranks of engine and series owner - I just know I cant wait too long as the prices seem to be rising very quick on vehicles I used to turn down at a few hundred... back in the early '90's. hey ho!

Is that weeds or an oil patch under the front door - almost in line with the transfer box... :)

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Old 08-01-19, 02:18 PM   #1375
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Iíd hoped to find an 88 to go with it but have abandoned the idea given the state of any Land Rover in my price range. I bought WRD at the right time and itís huge fun using it to go to rallies.

Itís a patch of mud underneath, washed it the day before. This one is reasonably oil tight but will leave a drop or two overnight- not the puddles you see under some!

Buy now or forever maintain a healthy bank balance.

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