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'03MY L322 Petrol 114k5 miles

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by RichardSEL, Jan 4, 2019.

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  1. kds

    kds Well-Known Member

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    Bleeding hell, I remember having to buy a car radio licence !
     
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    Did you get the man who walked in front with the red flag to buy it for you?
     
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    He was busy directing the horse drawn carriages, had to get it myself.
     
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    Can't Pay, Won't Pay... Demonstration and Rally

    A demonstration and rally to protest against the continued War on the Motorist: the expansion of the uLEZ zone to up to but not including the north and south circulars,
    the continued increased hours of the congestion charge zone,
    the proposed charges for driving a non-Euro4 (Euro6 for diesels) inside the M25,
    the swingeing increases in vehicle tax ("vehicle excise duty"),
    and the hike in local council parking charges and resident parking permits.

    Date: the first Sunday after expected relaxation of current Covid restrictions (after 29th March) But before the start of election hustings for London's mayor and Greater London Assembly members (6th May
    Assembly and address: Hyde Park speaker's corner (subject to advice and assistance from Parks Police)

    The rally will then move off in procession to go past City Hall. It will be led by a Victorian-dressed person carrying a red flag.

    All those interested in attending and joining the rally please email me in the first instance giving car details:
    make,
    model,
    whether diesel or petrol,
    whether meeting uLEZ or not,
    if Historic class vehicle,
    registration number,
    home address, and 'phone number to:
    richard7335TL@outlook.com

    Look forward to seeing you there?
    Bests
    Richard

    **Please note that uLEZ, congestion charge, and parking conditions apply:
    Congestion Charge £15 or £17.50 if paid within three days
    uLEZ charge for all vehicles not meeting Euro4 (Euro6 for diesels) £12.50
    Parking Charges may apply (HM Parks, or if outside the park Westminster Council)
    Disabled Blue Badge holders are exempt from Congestion Charge if registered on Transport for London's web site before entering the zone. And exempt from most council parking charges. They are not exempt from uLEZ conditions unless registered as a disabled's vehicle with DVLA
     
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    I'll be there if VBH wears a bustle and a waspie.;):D:D
     
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    Good plan. Rally to bring back the red flag legislation! :)

    To increase employment opportunities for the disabled, the red flag carrier could be allowed a speed limited electric wheelchair.:D
     
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    As there's still Covid social distancing issues -- and we petrol heads aren't the sort to try and pervert one issue into another by throwing rocks at our Police and generally rioting -- it's been decided to put on hold the Red Flag demonstration, march, and rally to City Hall.

    You can still protest against the plans of the mayor to increase the uLEZ zone to the north and south circular roads (A406 & A205) in the civilised ballot box manner.
    To those that have already emailed me their support, you will be kept in touch with future plans, dependent on the results of 6th May elections.
     
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    Fans of Vicki will be panting to know that they missed her starring appearance as an auctioneer at Historics' Classic Car Auction Sunday 18th April. Several Range Rovers were auctioned off but no results listing has yet been posted on their site
     
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    I bought a 2003 L322, the first thing I did was change the battery, she likes around 12.5 volts, she actually gets about 12.6 I bought a battery 190 amp battery from: https://www.tayna.co.uk/ it cost £100 including postage and a 5 year warranty. After I installed it (it does fit, a tight tho') the car seemed to wake up. I got a full service done locally, the gearbox and filter (after contacting ZF in Germany) who recommend every 50k or 5 years. The forum helped me sort out the noise in the suspension. So now after all this, she running great and thanks to all involved. Keep at it, it will turn out right in the end, hopefully.
     
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    Good job I wasn't there,I would have kept putting my hand up , until she told me to stop. I may have bought a car as well.:eek::D:D;)
     
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    Turned out a bit moist up there. It rained at the auction as well -- a 1997 SE 4L P38 went for £8,400, a CSK special built in 1991 for £56,200 <swoon>. And a 1979 two-door for £28,000. What is it with these early Rangee values?
     
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