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Want a Series

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Green Bob, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. rustyrhinos

    rustyrhinos Well-Known Member

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    Yup very true :)
     
  2. Green Bob

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    Although I suppose an old rusted out shell for under 500 quid'd be good followed by stripping and rebuilding...
     
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    I run a SIII myself but I must admit I prefer the SIIA. I like the fact that they don't have much nasty cheap plastic on them like all later Land-Rovers do - the last of the real Land-Rovers I think. Metal dashes, wire radiator grilles and double-de-clutching rule! and only pussies need interior heaters. Get one with a replacement chassis and a properly sorted bulkhead.
     
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    ive got a series 3 in the for sale section if you interested!? would swap for a 90?
     
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    Have a look at the Series 111 I'm selling. Just put the Ad in the for sale secton. No pics as it's gone a bit dark. Will do it at the weekend.
     
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    Not correct. There are 2a hinges that have mounts for mirror arms. They just aren't as common as the the standard ones.

    Allan
     
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    Its worth taking your time until the "right" one comes along (a bit like girls!!!!:D :D ). I wanted for a number of years until I found Gertrude, for which I paid just £400 plus repairs to make her road worthy again (which amounted to two outriggers and the rear cross member!!!!).

    But like you say I am able to tinker with her (just like girls again:eek: :eek: ) to keep her sweet!!!!:amen: :amen:
     
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