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one of my friends once said. .......

 

just don't!

 

lets see if this one is as popular as the last one!!!!

 

you all know land rovers are ace, just admit and comply B)B)B):D:D:D

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Lets hope not !!!

 

GAS . ........... :angry:

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come on GAS! you love it! you were a JLR lover once :)

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I'd love a Land rover. I borrowed a 90 from work many years ago to tow a boat with and it was great fun to drive to drive around the Welsh B roads

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I'd love a Land rover. I borrowed a 90 from work many years ago to tow a boat with and it was great fun to drive to drive around the Welsh B roads

chris you are a star. god love the lovers.

 

defenders rock

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proper Green ovals rock, the recent tart mobiles tho do not. :-)

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My Tart mobile tows lovely :-)

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<covers ears>

<covers eyes>

<covers mouth>

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proper Green ovals rock, the recent tart mobiles tho do not. :-)

evoque?

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I loved my old heap of a land rover. 4litre V8 petrol automatic. Even as an old girl she couldn't half move when I stuck my foot down. She was a bit wallowy like an old boat but I loved her. Sold her to my son. But I still drove her in the ice and snow whilst he was working off shore and he paid to put the fuel in whilst I did as I was 'keeping her running'. He then sold her when he gave up working off shore boo hoo

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My Tart mobile tows lovely :-)

TOF yours is more than fine!!! ;););)

I loved my old heap of a land rover. 4litre V8 petrol automatic. Even as an old girl she couldn't half move when I stuck my foot down. She was a bit wallowy like an old boat but I loved her. Sold her to my son. But I still drove her in the ice and snow whilst he was working off shore and he paid to put the fuel in whilst I did as I was 'keeping her running'. He then sold her when he gave up working off shore boo hoo

V8. ......mmmm i can hear it now :D smiles for miles

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My Tart mobile tows lovely :-)

I have no doubt it doesn't, but its still not a real green oval :P

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one of my friends once said. .......

 

just don't!

 

lets see if this one is as popular as the last one!!!!

 

you all know land rovers are ace, just admit and comply B)B)B):D:D:D

Tin hat time. ..........

 

🙌👏 🙈🙉🙊

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evoque?

anything designed in the last few years :)

 

and we do have many in the family.

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Oh Dear!!! Not again!!!!

 

G.

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TOF yours is more than fine!!! ;););)

 

V8. ......mmmm i can hear it now :D smiles for miles

Yes she made a lovely V8 rumble. People would see me chugging along and think slow old heap then I would put my foot down and be off. Don't like those new poncy models but I love the old style.

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Tin hat time. ..........

 

 

you know me mike, I've got one - its in the boot all the time :ph34r:

Oh Dear!!! Not again!!!!

 

G.

we are taking caravan talk viral. ........

 

everyone loves the green oval even if its subconsciously!!!

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I had a defender a few years ago. .. It was a nice top spec one, and i still wouldn't want to go on holiday in it. .. It was like driving a ride on lawn mower. Awesome off roading vehicle, but not comfortable for me and all the family to go away in.

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Triumph Mayflower?

 

or

 

JLR Evoque?

 

Which is the most ugly post-war car ever designed?

 

Discuss :):):):):)

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Triumph Mayflower?

or

JLR Evoque?

Which is the most ugly post-war car ever designed?

Discuss :):):):):)

Loved the Mayflower!

 

As for a Kia? Prefer the Evoque!

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On my eighth and counting. ..... ;)

 

Nowhere else I'd rather be :)

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you know me mike, I've got one - its in the boot all the time :ph34r:

we are taking caravan talk viral. ........

 

everyone loves the green oval even if its subconsciously!!!

 

With respect here's one who can't stand the ****** things!!!

 

The early one's were only two steps short of a tractor. .. and the latter ones a poncy(?) as mentioned!!!

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Triumph Mayflower?

 

or

 

JLR Evoque?

 

Which is the most ugly post-war car ever designed?

 

Discuss :) :) :) :) :)

 

For me. .. Renault Vel Satis!! Urgh!!

 

G

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With respect here's one who can't stand the ****** things!!!

 

The early one's were only two steps short of a tractor. .. and the latter ones a poncy(?) as mentioned!!!

+1

 

My niece has a child-minding business and so needed a 7 seat vehicle she asked me what I thought of the Discovery, I told her, she didn't listen, guess where it is now after 7,000 miles? oh you guessed, yep in the dealers workshop for the 3rd time this time its electrical problems, I wished I had listened she said!!

 

Test driving an XC90 7 seater tomorrow.

 

 

Phil.

 

 

Phil.

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you all know land rovers are ace, just admit and comply. ...

resistance is futile. .. :ph34r:

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