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I'm in the process of refreshing the interior of my 110. I took the grotty covers off the sun visors to find this written in red biro. Possibly the build date of my 1988 110? I love finding things like this. 

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I found something similar written on the back of the dash trim in mine a while back.

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Last week I found a note written in felt pen on the back of 2 door range rover armrest reminding someone in colourful language to cut the blinking moulding knob off the foam before sending it down the line - and there's a load of blues/villa football banter inside the roof off my rangie ambulance 🙂

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I know a chap who found the build sheet for his 90 tucked in the bonnet. After a UK to Australia drive! 

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Similarly, I found the build sheet for my old 90 tucked beneath the battery. IIRC it was a dot matrix print out on heavy pink paper.
Now given that the truck was 8 years old when I bought it, and that the battery box was not the first place I would have nosed around, I thought it was quite a find

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The build sheet for my 76 series 3 was tucked in the rear tub support struts. I found it when I scrapped it!

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15 hours ago, mickeyw said:

Similarly, I found the build sheet for my old 90 tucked beneath the battery. IIRC it was a dot matrix print out on heavy pink paper.
Now given that the truck was 8 years old when I bought it, and that the battery box was not the first place I would have nosed around, I thought it was quite a find

Not a lot has changed then... got the build sheet for my JCW.... that’s done on a dot matrix printer too.... in 2015!

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Dot matrix printers and hand written dates. Great stuff. It's a good job I have never worked on the production line as no one would be able to read my writing! 

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