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  1. #1221

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    Wishing everyone a warm and Happy New Year 2015.. Just another 4 months to go and we might have some warm weather here in the frozen upper Midwest

  2. #1222
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    Jan 2015
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    Wiltshire, Great Britain
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    My all time fave:


    LHD 101 GS
    3.5 V8
    Ashcroft High ratio gears
    Pastel green, and Limestone wheels
    255x100x16 Michelin XZLs
    Rocky Mountain Aluminium door tops
    Stainless steel fuel tank
    Split charge system
    All Wheel Trim custom sand canvas hood
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    Parksy
    Ex-80", 86", Ex-107", Ex-107", Ex-109", Ex-IIA 109 SW, IIA 109 FC, Ex-RHD 101, Ex-LHD 101
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Surf-R...99332096782674

  3. #1223
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    Jan 2008
    Location
    Saratoga Springs, NY
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    '73 109 Station Wagon
    Started out as a RHD 6cyl petrol truck that took a quart of oil every 100 miles.
    She is now: a LHD
    Isuzu 4BD1T 4cyl turbo diesel with a Dodge Ram 5-speed tranny
    Stage 1 turbo upgrade
    Custom Exhaust
    Disco1 axles (4 wheel disc brakes)
    Defender 110 Steel Wheels
    IIa nose with LED headlights and military directionals
    Range Rover Power Steering unit
    Custom Rock Sliders
    Battery relocated under passenger seat
    Adjustable tie-down anchors below jump seats
    LED ribbon lighting around custom headliner
    Convex race rearview mirror (zero blind spots now)
    Full Galvanized Roof Rack and ladder with "no-climb" prison fencing used as decking
    Custom Class 3 Receiver with 7-pin trailer plug (Shout out to Mark)
    And can't forget the Guinness Bottle Opener on the rear bumper (will never be caught without an opener while camping again).
    And a plethora of bits and pieces from our hosts - Thank You Les.

    She spends her time hauling our kids in and around Saratoga Springs, NY, to New England Ski Hills, camping in the Adirondacks, and to summer Car Shows events.

    -Dave
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  4. #1224
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    Virginia
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    Resurrected from this forum - http://forums.roversnorth.com/showth...ferrerid=32207

    Took about a year to get her done, in my garage. Every nut, bolt and washer replaced, or reconditioned to reuse. List is long - bigger highlights are:
    - Parabolics
    - ROAM 4 wheel disc brakes
    - ROAM galvanized 10"rims
    - Full respray inside and out
    - New (to her) top and sides with sliding glass - new tracks, locks and hardware - works well vs fixed windows
    - New (to her) rear hatch and tailgate vs door
    - New Pierce intake manifold with Weber dual throat carby
    - New (to her) Brownchurch rack
    - New rear crossmember
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    1963 Series IIa 109" 5 door Safari top (SOLD to new home)
    1971 Series IIa 88" Soft top (SOLD to new home)
    1995 RRC - LWB
    2001 Discovery II SE7 (SOLD to new home)

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    1966 RHD SIIa 88'

    I've had this one for about five years now. Here's some recent pics...

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  6. #1226
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    Jan 2015
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    Denver, CO
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    1971 Series IIa Dormobile

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    Sean
    1971 Series IIA Dormobile

  7. #1227
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    Jul 2008
    Location
    Nashville, TN
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    1967 IIa 109 Regular

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    1967 IIA 109 Regular RHD
    1993 Range Rover LWB (gone, thankfully)
    1969 IIA 88 Bugeye (gone, unfortunately)

  8. #1228
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    Jul 2008
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    Nashville, TN
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    And a year ago in the same place...

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    1967 IIA 109 Regular RHD
    1993 Range Rover LWB (gone, thankfully)
    1969 IIA 88 Bugeye (gone, unfortunately)

  9. #1229
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    Oct 2014
    Location
    North Carolina
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    My Series 3. Bought it as a solid non-running truck with a great drive train. I spent a few months doing a rear quarter chassis, parabolics, re-spray, interior overhaul, and refurb of many parts. Still working things here and there, but it has become a very reliable daily driver. I enjoyed it so much, I've even considered selling this one to do another. My wife and I drove away from it in our wedding in November! Here are a few after pics, and some of the "before":

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    Before all of the work!

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  10. #1230
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    killingworth CT
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    Fly clubs, love the snowy shot, but I'm from New England so that explains a lot. Love the brush hanging from the tub for the rear area,,
    rover-on

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