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cherrybomb wrote:
(Personally I question why anyone would by a Landrover built by Landrover, but that's a whole other discussion. :D ).



Because they are better than Jeeps? :P :twisted:


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Saw a disgusting bright pink stretch Hummer on Westminster Bridge yesterday :roll: :roll:


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We drive landrovers because we live and work in the countryside i need to pull a trailer that weighs 3t i also need to drive through sloppy mud (that my poor fiesta van cant) but it still can do 90 on the M5 thats why.


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I've done 225 miles in the XJ-S since wednesday. That equated to about £70. :oops:

Near me is a fantastic 1987 Overfinch 570i Rangey. Awesome car that I one day will track the guy down and beg for 1st refusal. :lol:

Whilst filling up in the village a really dirty (but obviously loved) 1984 TVR Tasmin drop head was parked outside the garage. One of the 2.8V6's before the 350i was invented. Rover SD1 Vitesse alloys too! 8)


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