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    Default Show us your Series

    Having just built my fist series, It really helps to see what other people have done with their Rovers. Some ideas I loved and went for , others I thought I would love, but didn't after seeing done.
    1966 2a Wolf Wheels 235 85 r16. RM Parabolics. Rovers North Sliders, Pertronix, Turner 8:1







    Last edited by bearcrawl; 10-29-2008 at 08:09 PM.
    Nor-Cal
    67' 88"

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    That is very nice, bear. I have seen only a few with that color combo. Love the black rims and cream paint.

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    Check out this thread as well for some good pictures:
    http://www.roversnorth.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1466

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    Okay. Here's my '63 SIIA 88" Station Wagon. Purchased from original owner in 2001, now with Turner HO 2.25, RM Parabolics, Pangolin bumper, and newly installed galvy frame. Regards, Andrew
    Last edited by Andrew IIA; 08-27-2008 at 10:34 AM.

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    Your truck looks like mine Bear!
    I am looking at your 16" wheels and tire size! Nice! Do they work for you?
    What kind of tires are they?
    Also I see that you have your seat belts attached to the rear bulkhead rail.
    I should probably do that so if I want to take the top off I can.
    I am about to mount the belts on brackets that are on the top side.
    Any advice!
    Thanks for sharing! Looks like you have a very nice place too!

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    Hi Andrew!



    Nice truck Bear. As much as I love the Goat, it is so far from stock that I now want to add a bone stock IIA to the barn for nostalgia, particularly a 109 5 door.
    The Goat, 2.8 Daihatsu Td, '73 coil conversion

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    My 1st post and my new SII! I also have learned that it is a early SII not a IIA so i have changed my picasa heading to show that



    http://picasaweb.google.com/lforgue8/1969SeriesIIA
    Luc LR Tech
    88 RRC 4.6l
    59 SII
    05 LR3 127k and counting!

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    bear, your truck also looks very similar to mine!

    Here's my original truck....





    and my project....(which is quite similar to yours, andrew iia)

    Last edited by Bostonian1976; 08-27-2008 at 10:24 AM.
    '67 sort of station wagon (limestone), '65 gray hardtop, '63 blue Station Wagon, '64 limestone station wagon in pieces

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    Default The Beast

    Well, ours is a 1965 2a. Bought it around my 40th birthday to relive part of my youth spent driving my mother's '67 NADA. Hope to have my kids learn on this one. Other than a Rochester carb, wider offset rims and 235's it is fairly stock.
    John

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    ...since we are showing nudity....
    here's mine as of last week, the bulkhead is also now out and at the sand blasters.
    Last edited by scatterling; 07-19-2009 at 04:40 PM.
    Neil Hanekom
    '73 LHD 88
    '75 FFR 109 exMOD Build Photo's
    '99 D1

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