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Hi from the shire.

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  1. BravoNovember

    BravoNovember Active Member

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    Hi, new to the forum and actually owning my own Landy.
    Disco 1 van, bit of a project currently.
    I’m just off Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.

    Hope to see a few of you knocking around on the range path up there when the truck is ready!
     
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    Hicap phill Well-Known Member

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    Welcome.
    I don't play at the plain,puddles can be deep. :eek:

    Plenty of knowledge/help around for the D1 projects
     
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    Hello and welcome
     
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    :eek::eek::eek: I did not know about the puddles, I’ve done a bit of it on my mtb back in the day, and that was proper claggy. It must have got worse since then. Won’t go up there on my own for my first adventure when the truck is ready then!!!!

    I’ll have to keep an eye out on here for some decent green lanes whilst I get the exhaust, wheels, lift kit, ham and cb radios, the bent rear door etc... sorted lol. Gotta love a project.
     
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    Welcome to the looneyzone.

    If you are on FB, then there are a lot of groups for greenlaning, from GLASS to a Salisbury plain specific group.

    Cheers
     
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    Hi and welcome!

    What a great place to live for some green Laning! Don’t forget some pics of the Landy!
     
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    Welcome to the forum [​IMG]
     
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    Well there she is, fresh off the trailer.
    Her indoors has already given it a clean out 5E02F366-D9B2-47F2-B882-01D4B582F46B.jpeg
     
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    Oooo, I used to have a metallic blue one of dem. Loads of retail therapy space for trips to horse shows ;)

    Got hammered on insurance cos she was a commercial but loved her anyway. Have fun when you get her ship shape again.

    M
     
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