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Pression de Gonflage
Last Activity:
Sep 16, 2021
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Gender:
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Location:
Midi-Pyrénées region of France
Occupation:
Theoretically retired.

Pression de Gonflage

Active Member, Male, in Midi-Pyrénées region of France

Pression de Gonflage was last seen:
Sep 16, 2021
    1. Pression de Gonflage
      Pression de Gonflage
      Good afternoon.

      While I get the impression that perhaps I am in Series/Defender country here, may I trespass on the good nature of all members to obtain advice for a humble P38'er ?

      I have spent most of the afternoon looking for other members who also live in France in the hope of being pointed to an independent LR specialist within reach of where I live. I am in the Département of le Lot in the Midi-Pyrénées and the few members in France seem to be too far away to know of anyone local to me.

      In the UK I was blessed with the magic skills of Saint Barry and his team at Dakar Cars to keep me rolling, without resorting to Land Rover main agents. If you think UK official LR agents are extortionate, you ain't seen nuttin'. So what I am looking for is a Dakar-type firm in SW France. Can anybody help or advise ? Please ?

      Tony.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Midi-Pyrénées region of France
    Occupation:
    Theoretically retired.
    Current Landrover:
    P38. 4.0 petrol and lpg
    Dream Landrover?:
    Mine when new.
    In spite of my name and location, I am English.

    I have lived in the Midi-Pyrénées region of SW France for 13 years (postcode: 46200) and along the A20 (the autoroute, not the road between London and the Tunnel.

    I plan to offer, on the International Rescue section, an ad hoc rescue service to members passing through the area or planning to live here.

    I now know a great deal more about the suspension of P38s than I did a month ago, all of it learnt from members who do know what they are talking about. I have put the facility of my EASUnlock software (& its operator) at the disposal of Monsieur Renault, at my village garage.

    My P38 runs mostly on LPG (GPL in French) and I can advise on the pro's and cons of gas. Registration and C.T. (= MOT) are a lot more complicated and strict than petrol or diesel.

    I will be pleased to advise members on the wider aspects of living in France.

    If all this is too much or too little for a profile, no doubt I will quickly hear about it and (perhaps) adjust accordingly.

    Keep on truckin'

    Tony