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  1. #11
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    Here are pictures ranging from the day I brought her home to the most recent with the new to me tub.
    Jim

  2. #12
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    Holden, MA
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    bear
    the gsp in the back makes a faboulous rover even better. mines getting old and sickly (dog that is, rover has been old and sickly for a while) but hopefully he'll make it to see the end result and get to pose in the back of mine!

    '91 RRC, SWB (tuned up quite nicely, new water pump, needs radiator repaired or replaced and brakes!) Sold😔
    '74 S III, diesel, 109, rhd, hard top
    (patiently awaiting cummings 4bt, nv 4500, and np200!)
    Finally IN PROGRESS!! Sold😖

  3. #13
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    Here's mine:


    and my current project ('59 AH Sprite):
    1974 Apis Mellifera. Few rights preserved.

  4. #14
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    Nov 2006
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    State College, PA
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    My second Series. 1974 SIII. Spent its life on an island in the Chesapeake Bay.

  5. #15
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    Troy Michigan
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    Here's a pic of mine during a trip thru New England.


    71 IIa 88
    01 D2

  6. #16
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    Saskatchewan
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    Here's mine...

    I like the GSP as well...I have an English Pointer that likes to travel with me (not pictured).
    1963 Series IIA
    2006 LR3 V6 SE
    1993 RRC LWB (Sold)

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    Here is my 1965 SIIA 109 RHD Diesel. It needs a little paint...

  8. #18
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    Oh well then I counter with mine i her current state of undress. It may be the improved aerodynamics or maybe the reduction in weight but this mod has been great at reducing the fuel consumption this year.


  9. #19
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    Jan 2007
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    Seattle, Washington
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    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

  10. #20
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    Fleetwood, PA
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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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