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  1. Just been looking at some earlyish D2's - as part of an upgrade from D1s. One I found was circa 2001/2 where one of the rear door pillars is practically rusted through in an area about 6"x4" - near the top of the wheelarch lip and extending upwards towards the hasp. (Actually LR call this the d-pillar, but surely its a c-pillar, anyways...). The rest of the vehicle body is good, it isn't an offroad hack - with no chassis welding done or required. This seems sufficiently rare to me that I thought I'd mention it - so rare in fact that nobody does a repair panel for the area because of lack of demand, so the only viable repair is sectioning in new metal from a donor vehicle. However, this car is probably an oddity, and if I continue to look I probably won't find another one with the same problem - unless you guys know different!
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