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Littelwill
Last Activity:
Nov 2, 2017
Joined:
Jan 26, 2014
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Location:
Lincolnshire
Occupation:
Agronomist ( I tell Farmers what to do) Now runnin

Littelwill

Well-Known Member, in Lincolnshire

Littelwill was last seen:
Nov 2, 2017
    1. Andy Springthorpe
      Andy Springthorpe
      Hi i read a comment you posted about using a glue guun and wooden dowels to pull some small dents out the Disco. What glue and glue gun did you use and how did you "unstick" the dowels without marking the paint. The post was 2 years ago so if you can't remember I understand.
      Thanks
      Andy
    2. Ruby Range
      Ruby Range
      Hi littelwill,
      Parents live in Newark and visit often so know your neck of the woods well.
    3. weimieman
      weimieman
      I've put a couple of new posts up this week but don't fear for me, it's all good!!!

      Scott
    4. BlueBeauty
      BlueBeauty
      Hi Littelwill, Thanks for saying hello, Landy looks lovley by the way!
    5. weimieman
      weimieman
      Full post re typed about the welding Will but be warned, no know I waffle :)
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  • About

    Location:
    Lincolnshire
    Occupation:
    Agronomist ( I tell Farmers what to do) Now runnin
    Current Landrover:
    Range Rover p38 Diesel auto
    Freelander 2
    Dream Landrover?:
    Range Rover p38 Linley
    So bought this Range Rover in a bit of a state. Have spent the past year working my way around it and have just about replaced everything cosmetic that is possible! Literally from brand new headlining and carpet to genuine service kits.. It's become a bit of an obsession I guess. I'm trying to restore it to "As New" condition so where possible Ive bought genuine land rover parts. I'm currently preparing to have a full respray done on it.

    Do a lot of clay shooting with my club and also fixing stuff.