However, I can still swear. Land Rover Australia are clearly staffed by ignorant McGuffins.
Last night, as I picked up my wife’s car from our friendly neighborhood mechanic (the only guy in town who works on Volvos, apparently)... I saw this. Staring at me. Beckoning with is massive lights: “come on mate, let’s go exploring!” So I asked the owner of the garage the story behind this lovely Disco II and he…
So, pretty simple. Fly to Las Vegas. Pick up my vehicle for the week. (1991 FJ80). Drive to Red Rocks state park. Spend the week zigging and zagging over dirt tracks to Phoenix, AZ while training some military folks.
TL;DR: “Land Rover” MediaTek phone with a 1080p screen and “rugged” for US$699.
Brookfields is the site of the Brooklands Bowl race circuit and the old Vickers Aircraft R&D facility. It’s now a cars & planes museum. Well worth the visit if you’re in London. When I visited a few months ago, there was a military vehicle show going on as well as the usual museum displays. Here’s some photos.
I just saw a Defender 110, right side drive, Washington plates. Had a big “Traxx” decal on the side along with a huge paw decal. Snorkel, the whole shebang. This one didn’t look really foofy and, it was dirty and body wasn’t perfect so maybe they use the shit out of it.
What in the world is this awkward thing?
Well, it took us a while, but it’s done!
The 2017 Discovery SE (base) now comes with the 3.0 TD option - Thats good
Helping my dad prep his Land Rover for transport for their Floridian move so swapped in the replacement chassis today.
That my wife would slowly and painfully kill me if I showed up at the house with. Also it’s 👏 a 👏 fucking 👏 Series!
Well, we got the video together for part 1 of our trip to Overland Expo East.
Well, I’ve been pretty absent.. I haven’t spent a weekend at home in a month and I wont until a month from now. Aux tank is done, less one tweek to get a breather on so it doesn’t leak as I’m pumping fuel in and at the point it gets full that last blip of pressure pushes some fuel out somewhere.
A few weeks ago we took my buddy’s Defender through the middle of New Zealand’s North Island looking for tracks and paths that hadn’t been used in a while and I snapped a few photos along the way.
You wouldn’t understand.
We headed in the 109f heat to Tucson to pickup our leg of a cross country FJ40 baton relay and do some mountain biking. Riveting stuff here folks, RIVETING!! (Oh yah, I am bad with money... so I bought a drone...)