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Old 04-03-2010, 02:02 PM
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You can tell it's a LR by the drip mark on the floor under it.
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Old 04-03-2010, 02:05 PM
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Yep. Never ending oil change.
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Old 04-03-2010, 02:51 PM
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You're just jealous that you dont have this pile of parts.

5 lugs speak volumns! Just need a Harley now and you will never have to change oil again....just add it and dump the drain pans....
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Little known fact that model numbers are actually a % of how cool your Land Cruiser is.

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Would I be frowned at if this is in my possession?
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Would I be frowned at if this is in my possession?
I don't care what the naysayers say, those are nice looking rigs...

If I had a ton of money and a mechanic on call 24/7 I'd probably own one just 'cuz
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Shhhh....we all secretly think they are cool....we just don't want Gary to think we approve of what he does!
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Old 04-06-2010, 05:35 PM
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I recall making more than one person here a believer in my rover once upon a time.

oh - and having owned 80's and rangie's, as well as being around a lot of d90's, 110's, disco's and series models.. I can tell you that there is little to NO difference in the cost of repair or parts between the 80's and series 1 rangies and disco's. Series II disco's and rangie's are like 100's with live axles. 100's aren't cheap either ya know...
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Dang that thing is way cool. Maybe we can convince RS to become a Toyota and LR club
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Dang that thing is way cool. Maybe we can convince RS to become a Toyota and LR club
I've wheeled with that guy back in the days of the solihull society. Don't remember his name, but that 90 is actually only mildly built. He had different axle inners and cv's, different links and the lift of course and arb's.
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