Cal Posted October 19, 2006 Share Posted October 19, 2006 Hiya, I'm thinking about buying a Series 3 as a weekend bit of fun for laning and pay and play days and have found a nice 1984 2.25 petrol. Part of my longer term ideas if I get on OK with a Series landy (never owned one before) was to fit (or get fitted as I'm not much of a mechanic) a 2.5 TD engine and parabolic springs. If I'm going down the engine transplant route, would it be easier to start with a diesel engine in the Series anyway or does it not matter? Still kinda tempted by an early 90, but in theory like the idea of the character of a Series landy. Are they actually cheap to run, or does it depend on how much tinkering you can do yourself? Thanks, Cal Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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