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Welcome Ben!

:)

(isuzurover for those familiar with P44 and OE44 BBs)

Glad you finally joined us.

Benjamin is a really good mate and co-driver

(useful in clearing branches!)

:D

and sure he'll enjoy this place

B)

(and vice versa)

^_^

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Welcome Ben!

:)

(isuzurover for those familiar with P44 and OE44 BBs)

Glad you finally joined us.

Benjamin is a really good mate and co-driver

(useful in clearing branches!)

:D

and sure he'll enjoy this place

B)

(and vice versa)

^_^

Thanks Michele,

And thanks a lot for inviting me and my wife down the other weekend. Novociveglia is a beautiful part of the world, I can understand why you like it so much. And you practically have the whole mountain to yourself when you go driving!

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Thanks Michele,

And thanks a lot for inviting me and my wife down the other weekend. Novociveglia is a beautiful part of the world, I can understand why you like it so much. And you practically have the whole mountain to yourself when you go driving!

glad you've joined us Ben :D

Now, how do I fit a toy third in my rover case? ;)

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Thanks Andy and Trev.

Yep, still stuck in Germany, and both my landies are still in OZ. :( Thanks to people like Michele I still get to satisfy the LR bug every now and then though.

I wouldn't be the best person to ask about that Trev - while I have read just about everything there is available on the toy conversion, I have never donw one myself.

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to people like Michele I still get to satisfy the LR bug every now and then though

I'm happy to help

;)

Hey,let's give this good mate a hand,he needs a cheap LR while he's in Europe!

Any good buy?

:)

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I'm happy to help

;)

Hey,let's give this good mate a hand,he needs a cheap LR while he's in Europe!

Any good buy?

:)

Yes, but I (like many other LR owners) am a tightarse, so a better question would be - anyone want to trade a 1989 LHD golf II in very good condition for a good (diesel) land rover that could pass a German TÜV (MOT)?

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