Any Land Rover Lovers? (1 Viewer)

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Mar 23, 2012
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Not many dents for Barcelona and from what Ive heard cheap at that price these days
 
Aug 18, 2014
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looks in excellent condition for the age & a bargain at that price & even more so when you knock them down.
 
Jan 19, 2014
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I think that looks like a Santana assembled under licence from landrover in Spain.
Some slight mods and parts for the local market.

I think the santanas were later (2000's) and looked different. Like a Chinese copy.

Unless they had an earlier arrangement too :rolleyes:


Edit: I don't know what I'm talking about... They go way back :ROFLMAO:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santana_Motor
 

wasp

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Nice but I think I’ll stick with me old smoky Range Rover for a bit longer
 

mikebeaches

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When I was at college (1971) I bought a 1949 Series 1 Land Rover - 80 inch wheelbase - loved it. :)

About 3 years later, bought a 1962 Series 2 (or was it 2A?) short wheelbase with hardtop.

And in January 1990, a couple of months after launch, managed to get one of the first LR Discovery - V8 - as a company car! :)

Always had a soft spot for all things LR. (y)

Wish I still owned them all. The first one with the 80-inch wheelbase is a real classic now, although it even felt like it way back in the 70s.
 
Mar 16, 2016
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Spares are getting scarce.........

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Northernraider

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I had a 1954 soft top landrover for about 3 months , could go anywhere but hell to drive anywhere other than off road so I sold it again.
Had a couple of discos after that which were a bit better but generally found my Mitsubishi shogun and Mitsubishi l200 to be far better off road and on it.
 

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