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    Most weekends I drag this out the garage and go "hooligan"
    Maybe not today though, it's blooming snowing.
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    I hear good things about those. Never driven one though.
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    Had this a while back. A good fun motor. Quick enough too.

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    Had a 52 plate one of these for 2 years, sold in 2006. Very quick, great on fuel, but very hard ride. Great fun......when you could


    Had one of these for a year now (not this one, but identical), 1.2 Turbo, better fun in a way as it performs far better than it has any right to, and although firm, does not shake your fillings out
    Didn't really want another Blue one, but it was the right condition, mileage and price

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    This weekend I am driving my Discovery 3 again. To France. With a trailer - even though our house sale fell through again. This afternoon I thought I'd better do a quick test drive. The led indicator lights on the trailer work fine when they are supposed to but twinkle like Christmas tree lights when they should be nice and quiet. Foolishly I cursed the recently acquired trailer. Long experience with the brand should have told me otherwise. There is a constant 10.2v on both indicator pins on the trailer socket on the car.

    Oh sorry - I mentioned Discovery 3 but forgot to say which marque. By now you will have remembered. Yes, its a bloody Land Rover

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    Sud still going, not taken it out for a while, don't want it to dissolve in the wet weather!

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    Lovely. I've always fancied one. I have driven an example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldpinkman View Post

    Oh sorry - I mentioned Discovery 3 but forgot to say which marque. By now you will have remembered. Yes, its a bloody Land Rover
    thats landrover for you, I have owned landrovers for the last 27 years on and off , things fall off or break frequently and they always leave a puddle of oil on the drive , my nephew has just bought one of the last defenders to be made and it has already letting the rain in the front footwell , but I just love them
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG View Post
    Sud still going, not taken it out for a while, don't want it to dissolve in the wet weather!

    Lol My first car was a Sud ,it met its demise when it caught fire in the middle of a busy road in Brighton , best thing for it really it was very rusty , brilliant fun to drive
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