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white90, August 13, 2005 in International Forum
I hope you sent the Cops a letter of thanks for pulling you out....
Invoiced them you mean
Here's one of Hybid_from_Hell
Caption: "Journey to the Centre of the Earth"
I'll find some proper ones of my two later
Well here's mine
Peeing up a tree
My series 3 just after i painted it a couple of months ago
And my hybrid (still under construction) as it was a few days ago
The Rogue Vogue trilogy.......
The original Rogue Vogue, was already named and painted when I bought it and the name kind of stuck, I used to want a 90 but having driven a V8 auto rangie there was no going back. Bought for Â£500, died and was recycled as bean tins.
The second Rogue Vogue, built entirely by myself but the name had to stay. Bought for Â£200, sold when I found out I would soon be a dad!
The current Rogue Vogue, when I realised that there was no way I could be without an off-roader I started to plan this one as the ultimate collection of all the best ideas I have seen and thought through. It's not finished yet by any means but I have been more than happy with the performance so far. Bought for, well not actually paid for it yet, hope he doesn't decide he wants it back.
90 TDi, did the job well for a few years (now sold to a newbie)
Now on to something a little more comfy,,, nice big V8
Heres mine. Pictures from this years Billing.
Is there not room for a readers rovers section?
Here are mine..
Here's the hybrid when I got it..
run it on BFG's for laning and summer..
also running it with bikini top, or LR Thong as Nige calls it, this summer..
Here's the p38..
now morphing back into stock..
and finally family hack , latest and very reliable RR..
Although now it's actually in flat-pack form
Steve, did you see your hybrid in the back ground of my first picture, before you owned it when it was nice and shiney
And here's mine from the Kent pluggers site in Lydd.
I was looking for Tescos but took a wrong turning.
Not much action..but here's mine:
Oh since this picture was taken, I swapped the General Grabbers for a set of BFG AT's 265/75/16.
OK here are mine over the years:
The original 1987 2.5 petrol 90, sold about 4 years ago:
The 1995 300Tdi 90 that replaced it:
The 2004 300Tdi 90 that replaced that late last year:
And the shiny one B) :
Don't have any digital pics of my first two Discoverys (a 1991 200Tdi and a 1996 3.9)
One of my favourites so far, will have to have a play somewhere with the new camera to see if I can get something better...
here's another pic, you're down there somewhere! Remember this??
Nick, no I missed, yeah was probably straight panels that made me miss it!
Here's a couple of the Disco:
River crossing on a beach one the island.
As I got it.
As it is now.
My old Rangie bogged on the hills over Helensburgh near Glasgow.
here is the only one I got of my new one
no more fold up steps now with side runners
and this is my old one
Where it all started to go wrong
Next came the Range Rover
Fun trialing and larking about
We have had 3 V8 Discoverys
This is the current one
Heres my beast hopefully it will have a bit more lift before the birthday bash
I remember it well Steve, thats why I don't want to rush into using it at Tonys as I haven't tried it out yet (it still isn't fully back together!). Hopefully we won't get into any situations like that this time!
What have you done to the Range Rover? Been out with the T cut or something a little more involved?
A few more I've found of yours in it's previous life...
And one of my favourite Land Rover photos as it sums up why I like driving mine:
When everything else is broken or stuck, it just sits there chugging away merrily
yeah just Autoglym paint restorer at the moment, I've got to call Graham (Ripley) on Monday to get it in for dents and re-spray etc
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