Anyone into Land Rovers

Nearly

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Location
North of York
As all the suspects are in here....anyone fancy spending (investing) in a 64 plate Deafener?
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Workhorse spec with no fripperies like aircon or fancy cloth seats.
Central cubby box, glove box, blind spot mirrors and about a gallon of waxoyl hidden about the chassis.
It has been run as a car, NOT as farm vehicle.
 

CornishTone

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Location
Cornwall
As all the suspects are in here....anyone fancy spending (investing) in a 64 plate Deafener?
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Workhorse spec with no fripperies like aircon or fancy cloth seats.
Central cubby box, glove box, blind spot mirrors and about a gallon of waxoyl hidden about the chassis.
It has been run as a car, NOT as farm vehicle.
Love to but the one I got keeps my bank account suitably exercised! Besides, another one might be considered greedy.
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Location
Manchester
Just waiting on the wiring loom from Autosparks which should be here either today or tomorrow so Saturday me and son will get right on it then once thats done its a quick check over and get it booked in for its M.O.T. :D
 
Location
Manchester
Its alive :D yes today we eventually got the engine running but only after we spent half the day trying to start it with a faulty new ignition switch so had to use the old one for now but our celebrations was short lived as later we found the new crank rear oil seal was leaking so will need to do that now but will continue sorting the lights out and a few other things then once they are done I will yank the engine out and replace it :(
 

bumkin

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Location
pembrokeshire
Its alive :D yes today we eventually got the engine running but only after we spent half the day trying to start it with a faulty new ignition switch so had to use the old one for now but our celebrations was short lived as later we found the new crank rear oil seal was leaking so will need to do that now but will continue sorting the lights out and a few other things then once they are done I will yank the engine out and replace it :(
some times when an engine has stood the crank seal weeps there is a product you can put in the oil to help cure it cant remember what it is it was forty years ago when i used it but it worked
 

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Written by Jamie Day

The National Farmers Union (NFU) has set out its plans for achieving net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions rom British Agriculture by 2040 – a decade ahead of the government’s ambition for the whole UK economy. NFU president Minette Batters first announced the net zero by 2040 goal at this year’s Oxford Farming Conference in […]

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