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Thread: Post Three Things About your rangy that you couldnt live without

  1. #11
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    The 3 things I like-

    Cheap to buy and fix
    Off-road ability and on-road ride, best of both worlds
    That V8 sound. Not a road rocket but they just keep on going if serviced reguarly

    They'res many more. Owned 10 Rangies from old 2 doors to late model classics. The 88 Rangie I have now apart from the 5 speed I like it very much and it takes a belting off-road so it seems silly to offload it at the moment.

    Trav
    I'm not anti-social I'm anti-idiot!!!

  2. #12
    I have the 89 5-spd i love it and would never go to auto.

    I find the rangie excels in the snow. I do a bit of driving in the snow in the season and she goes well. Ive never fitted chains and when your driving up the mountain the body roll is sufficient to make it seem like your boating rather than motoring however i seem to be the only one in the car that enjoys it

  3. #13
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    Rust
    Dings
    Scratches

  4. #14
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    cant think of one thing i would not live without as a Defender has it all.....

    But things i like....

    ummmmmmmmm

    ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    i like the fact i dont care about it and when i take it bush i dont care if i hurt it.....

    Rangies IE RRC are damn cheap and if you bend or break it... a replacement is easy to find.... they are getting old and cheaper..

  5. #15
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    Wink love that sound

    1. the V8 sound

    2. the V8 sound

    3. the V8 sound

    4. no one parks near you in the shopping centre

    oh, damn, thats 4......

  6. #16
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    1 that good old v8 sound that say i have heaps of power, but dosnt when you put your foot down lol

    2 the fact i dont care if i scratch it

    3 comfy on road for getting to work

    4 and those arm rest......

    and yes i know that was 4 aswell, but hay love those arm rests

  7. #17
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    1; The unparralleled driving experience, on and off road.

    2; The Imperious driving position

    3; The glorious fuel economy and stump pulling torque of a big cube turbo
    diesel


    I can't believe we're only allowed 3, I could go On and on and on and on....

    JC
    The Isuzu 110. Solid and as dependable as a rock, coming soon with auto box😊
    The Range Rover L322 4.4.TTDV8 ....probably won't bother with the remap..😈

  8. #18
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    Rangie......


    hmmmmm.......


    That was the expensive Discovery wasn't it???????



  9. #19
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    Hmmm
    1)The noise it will make when I fix the exhaust
    2)Driving position
    3)By far the best articulation for a stock 4wd

    You know its so much more reliable than a girlfriend too... (Nothing sus) Cost about the same as one too

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Slunnie View Post
    Rangie......


    hmmmmm.......


    That was the expensive Discovery wasn't it???????


    Like a disco but with sex appeal your rly paying for sex

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