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Happyoldgit

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  1. I recall big water ingress problems either side of the windscreen frame on the early ones and well remember a photo in the AWDC mag showing someone holding an umbrella over the front roof of a hardtop 110 as it was peeing down with rain ...which was then peeing in the footwell. .
  2. Indeed as I am sure my numerous friends across the pond will attest. BTW My comments were somewhat tongue in cheek ๐Ÿ™„
  3. Maybe so but that is probably what quite a number of folks I know would think.
  4. Hmmm, quite like that, in a funny sort of way it looks a bit more straightforward and less funny that the Pretender. Not sure I'm a ball cap wearing "whoop, whoop, all riiiiiiight, yahooo, yeah" kinda guy though so I'm probably ruled out from owning one.
  5. Social history and observation don't ya know ๐Ÿง
  6. It's really a load of rowlocks for the trendy urban original Defender brigade, there are allegedly forums elsewhere that full of them. What flavour clay bar and interrior shampoos are fashionable this week?
  7. "Representing arguably the ultimate version of Land Rover's iconic Defender..." I think a few of us would be quite happy to argue that point.
  8. I wish I could work up enough enthusiasm to actually book a test drive but the vehicle, reviews and marketing are not proving enough to actually want to try it, let alone buy one.
  9. Early Puma clutch plate springs used to develop a rattle fairly quickly and in fact were the subject of a recall and upgrade replacement. I remember mine want back not long after I'd bought my 2007 new but that said would have thought virtually all would have had clutch replacements by now. My later Puma's didn't suffer the same issue.
  10. And the award for the most annoying presenter and presentation goes too... ...someone known as Superblondie
  11. I bought new Defenders, I may by a Grenadier ....so what does that prove? Anyone who calls it a "Grenny" needs a serious talking to.
  12. We have just launched a new section in the Market Place intended for use by LR4x4 members to advertise and hopefully find buyers for any items that are not suitable to be placed in the forum's well established LR4x4. We've kept rules to a minimum*.. No Animal Sales or Wants Nothing Sexual, Illegal, Racist, Homophobic, ....you get the idea. ANYTHING you fancy selling non LR4x4 related you now can. Remember use of this section is for full members only. So without further waffle you will find this new facility here: For Sale - And yes even the kitchen
  13. Subtle way of asking for tiny condoms Mo ๐Ÿคฃ
  14. I believe I would prefer the tag line to be in some nice eye catching medieval type font as it will add some gravitas to the proceedings, or maybe some swirly copperplate script will add a touch of class ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  15. Like a virtual naughty step you mean? ๐Ÿง
  16. I checked the original competition etc other day and "Independent Minds - Shared Ideas" was the one, I see no need to address it all again. I quite like the ambiguity, if this forum is to survive it needs to cater to a broad cross section which is one reason why we now have a section devoted to the Ineos Grenadier.
  17. With thanks to elbekko for the new logo as it was he who won the logo competition ...a while back.
  18. Interpreter! Interpreter! Is there an interpreter in the house than can translate please?
  19. Better than moaning about the weather๐Ÿ˜
  20. If I were you I would stop right there! For starters you really do need to check the pushrods and valve gear properly ...and not just a visual check in situ.
  21. Please God no, not a discussion about waving on this forum ...before we know it someone will refer to the new thing as a Landy ๐Ÿ˜œ Nurse, the vomit bucket please, I'm feeling a little... ๐Ÿคฎ
  22. Good dealer network spread that : Genuinely know the product. That are not full of sales people who only know how to punch a keyboard and operate the coffee machine. Service staff and technicians who have good product knowledge, really care and don't expect customers knowledge as never having advanced from the Ladybird Book Of Cars & Lorries. The vehicle should offer: Decent corrosion protection. Be manufactured with an eye to longevity. Robust towing points. Real knobs and switches as opposed to an over reliance on touchscreen controls. Th
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