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    Quote Originally Posted by mick88 View Post
    Shane it is often referred to as the "Chevron" or "Maltese Cross" grill.
    The Rocky Mountain replacement ones don't look too bad either.
    Over time Land Rover had a variety of wire grills.

    Cheers, Mick.
    Rover also had the reputation of having the most number of different badges between the cars & Land Rovers

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    There is another late 2a grill different to all of those - I've got one at home and I saw another the same on a 2a shorty today.


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    IMG_0095.jpg

    The one in this is the same as mine.


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    1976 Series III Tray
    1997 Honda CBR1000F
    2003 L322 - Gone to a new home.

    I don't know how to act my age - I've never been this old before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    IMG_0095.jpg

    The one in this is the same as mine.
    6 cyl grille as well

    LAND_ROVER_S2A_ 6cyl grille.jpg
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    I quite like the Series3 Grille even got a brand new one tucked away ready to fit !!

    Even the defender looks okay with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryd View Post
    I quite like the Series3 Grille even got a brand new one tucked away ready to fit !!

    Even the defender looks okay with it
    are we looking at the same picture Jerry
    PaulT

    REMLR 256 / SLOw 4 (P)

    (some) W/Shops/trailers & GS's

    97 D1 TDi A (Pop's DD)
    07 Territory (Nan's DD)
    91/96/97 D1's spares
    86 RRC 3.5 A (spare DD)

    lots of Series various

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    There are grilles for sale on eBay.
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    4 & 6

    Quote Originally Posted by pop058 View Post
    6 cyl grille as well

    LAND_ROVER_S2A_ 6cyl grille.jpg
    Hello from Darwin.

    That grille in the photo may be on a 6 cylinder truck, but it was common to both Australian built 4 and 6 cylinder trucks of that vintage (about 1967 on to the introduction of the headlights in the guards). The differentiation applied to the presence or absence of the "six" badge on it when new.

    The same bar pattern and presence/absence of the badge, but with a different shape, carried through to the later models until the S3 arrived with the plastic grille.

    Cheers,

    Neil
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