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    A few weeks ago, on our last paddling opportunity of the summer.



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    Howdy all. New to the forum, but long time Land Rover fan (have previously owned an '89 RRC and a '12 RRS). Recently acquired a dream rig for me, a 1961 Series II 109 Station Wagon. It's 95% complete, but needs a bunch of love (motor rebuild, frame repair, etc). I've got a lot of work ahead of me, but I'm super excited to dive in. I figured I'd share what it looks like right now.

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    Well you got a fine vehicle there. I have one a few years older and had a fun time getting it up and running like I wanted. Keep us posted and ask any questions you may have. Lots of free advice gladly given.

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    My S1 Station wagon here in the UK at The Land Rover Series One club meet in the Lake district this year
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    First snow of the year.

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    that should be a nice rig when you get to driving it.

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    Rescued this running survivor 69 bugeye S2a from Kalispell, MT (Feb.69 build date, NAS). It has been a Montana rig since the mid 60's, used for a small business for a while, several logged trips out of state, and it will live and play in Helena, MT. Doing a mechanical preservation with a few updates. Have owned several classic 4x4's and MT is just a great place to enjoy em. Repairs/upgrades so far: Replaced all fluids with proper grades, Oil filter spin-on adapter, Petronix dizzy, 3ohm Flame Thrower Coil, Delco 10Si Alternator conversion, bunch of wiring work with 2nd fuse panel, restored original oil bath air Cleaner, 16" Wolf wheels with 235/85/16 M/T trail runners, serviced brakes, Hella driving lights, new seats, reconditioned fuel tank, and a bin of more parts to replace. Gotta luv it!
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    Here is my 1972 Series 3. I bought it in November and spent my Christmas holidays in the garage repairing and painting. Needed bulkhead and door pillar work, rebuilt seat box, seals, recovered the dash, master and slave clutch cylinders, brake booster work, e-brake rebuilt with home made components (was missing key parts), steel support work for under the rear box, electrical work (added a wireless ignition interlock for security), all new seats and added 3 point retractable seat belts, repaired faulty new brake shoes so friction surfaces were in contact with the drum along entire surface, two new windows and all new tracks, ... long list. Just passed my safety and it is officially on the road. Drives like.... a Rover. I have obsessive compulsive tendencies
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    Quote Originally Posted by biffidum View Post
    Here is my 1972 Series 3. I bought it in November and spent my Christmas holidays in the garage repairing and painting.
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    Excellent looking motor , you have made a huge improvement. I hope you don't mind me mentioning but the left hand (Drivers side) wiper arm should have a crank the other way round so that the blade lies parallel with the bottom of the glass when at rest . There was a mix up at one time with the parts list where it was showing them the opposite way round LH on the right and RH on the left, as I found out when I purchased a new one.

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    No worries, I am waiting on a replacement set of wipers. That one actually works and stays on the glass for the entire sweep. Pretty lame wipers in general anyway. This is by no means a restoration, more of a make it safe and reliable or at least just reliable. The PO used this just for off-roading. There was mud packed in the highest of places. Both headlight buckets were filled with red mud!

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