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  1. #71
    Join Date
    Dec 2011


    Quote Originally Posted by johnsondml View Post
    Here's a few of's always dirty, that because I live in homestead florida, which is mostly farm lands here...

    For a minute I was confused what model Land Rover you have...

    Maybe if you also cleaned the mud off the driving lights you might night need all those other lights
    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)

  2. #72
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Old Town, Maine


    Here's the latest addition to the herd...'89 D90 p/u, 2.5td fresh from the UK. 1st time importing a vehicle...definatly a learning experience!Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #73
    Join Date
    Oct 2014
    New Orleans


    1989 Defender 110 - Arkonik rebuild

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  4. #74
    Join Date
    Feb 2019
    West Coast


    I am noticing in some photos, the rivets remain unpainted, but some are. I understand the mid section rivets are not usually painted, but what about the remaining rivets towards the back? I am in the process of restoring my 86 110 and would like to keep it as original as possible... Does anyone know if rivets were painted from the factory?

    I appreciate any advice I can get!!!
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  5. #75
    Join Date
    Nov 2006


    Seres trucks were painted with the callings off, which were galvanized and installed with rivets (aircraft and pop style) after painting.

    In 72 they went to all pop style rivets.

    Defenders have the cappings painted, not galvanized. I suspect the body and cappings were separately primed, and then riveted together prior to final paint. So, the river heads would not be primed and therefore the pair could pop off the rivets years later.

    Just speculation but seems plausible.

    When a Defender gets repainted, it gets primed and painted completely assembled, so the paint would be adhered better to the rivets.
    Photographer / writer for LRM (until they screwed me).
    1995 110 Regular
    300Tdi, Series and Defender repairs in CT

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