In yet another use of his Executive Order privileges, President Donald Trump is expected to sign an order to begin unwinding the availability of affordable extended warranties, often known colloquially as “DeMuroCare.”
In my previous post, I discussed what it took to buy a very cheap 2004 Range Rover— $3000 + $150 for a new fuel pump. Now let’s talk about the rest of my ownership experience, shall we?
Buffer image! Horrible welds in this post!
Major progress on removing the rust from the passenger side of the Rover tonight. Seriously, to anyone considering it, do not buy a car from Wisconsin.
I’m serious. Here’s proof.
In my last listicle, I found a few engaging cars to drive under $20k. At that price, you’re often settling for 10+ year old cars that will almost certainly have wear and tear maintenance issues within a few years. In this list, there’s only one... maybe two.
Yes Doug, it is time to comment on the Range Rover driving experience.
Well, hood off anyway, some updates on rust and the dangers of buying a Wisconsin car
Got the driver’s seat out of the rover tonight so I can see the full extent of the rust. I have rust!
Inner city Melbourne
Honestly, though, tell me that there isn’t a drunk Englishman (a tad repetitive, I guess) that’s done this already. Approach and departure angles for days!
... with this Range Rover?!
Ben Collins (aka. The Stig) has pulled off some impressive feats of wheelmanship over the years, but when he says “that’s hardest thing I’ve ever done”, after reaching the bottom of the Inferno Murren, I believe him.
Just picked up a customer’s Disco Sport for a sunroof. It’s nice, but not nice enough to cost as much as two Meepsters.
Buy the cheapest mostly rust free series 2 Land Rover Discovery ( 1998–2005 )
I consider myself a pretty simple guy (yeah, go ahead with the jokes...), especially when it comes to automobiles.