Best Rover ever.
Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series.....it's a sledgehammer approach to a thumbtack world.
I have never seen the need to have favorite quotes. Now that I think of it, people usually quote me.
I have a bunch of junk that is not any better than yours.
Copper State Cruisers Mbr.#85 and N. Arizona Representative
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Four wheel drive allows you to get stuck
in places even more inaccessible.
62 88 reg
67 NADA x2
74 Air Portable - The Antichrist (tag 6A666)
95 D1 5-speed
95 D90 5-speed
97 D1 Automatic
Put on floppy shoes, orange wig, red rubber ball nose, and go find a parade...
I think it's hilarious...wasn't there another one similar to that, but with a 914-ish drivetrain?
At least you can imagine that the body panels will last longer than if it were out trialing.
Don't worry, you're biodegradable.
I think I just threw up in my mouth....
2001 Range Rover 4.6L SE (SD rack, ladder, Warn xd9000ce, steering guard, axle guard, diff guard, sliders, coils, 33in KM2s... no chrome)
2003 4Runner 4.7L V8 (wife's)
1985 E30S52 (1985 318i w/ 1998 M3 drivetrain, OBDI and 5-lug conversion)
Far better it is to dare mighty things...even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those timid spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. - theodore roosevelt
Look at it this way. Chances are the rest of the original series rover was probably nothing more than a heap of rust and broken parts. This guy put what was left to good use rather than sending it to the scrapper where it would be turned into Budweiser cans. On one of the military jeep forums I used to frequent there was always some sort of banter about "Bubba" doing this or doing that to some poor vintage jeep. What they forget is if it weren't for "Bubba" many of these vehicles wouldn't be around in any shape what so ever.
They left the dings, I see no sacrilege... I see someones appreciation of the shape and body of an old land rover, that's OK.
"Good roads lead to bad fishing".
Eric Wight, Maine game warden