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    Any updates, Neil? Is it running, driving, wheeling yet?

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    ....mummble...mummble....grummble.....grummble....
    the deal is that I can't touch it until the 109 is back on the road, so I get to look at it every day but that's it!!
    Neil Hanekom

    too many parts......

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    Tough to feed a 3 LR habit eh?
    '59 SII

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    Quote Originally Posted by galen211
    Tough to feed a 3 LR habit eh?
    I don't know how one could ever keep 3 of these things on the road. Good luck with that.
    '89 Range Rover
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    who said anything about being on the road!
    Neil Hanekom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank84
    I don't know how one could ever keep 3 of these things on the road. Good luck with that.
    That is because old Land Rovers are “Off Road Vehicles”. Mine has been off the road and in my shop for years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spechols
    That is because old Land Rovers are “Off Road Vehicles”. Mine has been off the road and in my shop for years now.
    And as long as Mrs. Spechols has room to walk past the assorted garage occupants with the groceries they'll live "offroad" for a long time.
    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
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    Quote Originally Posted by spechols
    That is because old Land Rovers are “Off Road Vehicles”. Mine has been off the road and in my shop for years now.
    Mine too, although I have been assured of light at the end of a tunnel.
    Ken Heaton

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