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    really love thse photos, and history in here! wow chilling with lions!

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    More black and white historic images....

    The Trans Darien Expedition 1960 - the first team to drive from Panama to Columbia....









    The Oxford and Cambridge boys again - 1957 South American Expedition...



    Canada to South America...



    And folks just having fun - like we do in SLOW....the Series Landy Club!


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    More black and white plates....

    The Land Rover was the first vehicle many people ever saw....and it was always an instant hit....



    Throughout Africa or South America, the Land Rover led the way...



    Throughout the Middle East and central Asia....





    The Land Rover - versatile is the word...




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    143901065 88" SII Basic " Madge" | 1988 RRC Portifino Red "LeeLoo" | Army Workshop Trailer 173-867
    1996 300TDi Auto D1 Mrs Inc's DD |
    "TowTent" Viscount Gazelle 3.9m |"Monty" 03 BA Ford Fairmont DD

    "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- a warning from Adolf Hitler
    "If you don't have a sense of humour, you probably don't have any sense at all!" -- a wise observation by someone else
    'If everyone colludes in believing that war is the norm, nobody will recognize the imperative of peace." -- Anne Deveson

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    do the tickford wheel covers go on any bonnet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landy Smurf View Post
    do the tickford wheel covers go on any bonnet?
    I'd guess they'd be a straight fit on any 80 inch bonnet....paging 123rover50 for the definitive answer! (he has one)

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    i would like to know what they would look like, but i know that they would be hard to find and expensive.

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    If I can remember correctly Kieth had a new one spun up for his Tickford, as well as making up a new bronze nut to secure the wheel. There is a thread somewhere with Kieths build, the details would be in there. I don't like your chances of finding one lying around Tony.

    Cheers, Mick.
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    Hats off to the Series Land Rover....



    The old ads had some charm....



    The family tree....



    Build your own....


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    143901065 88" SII Basic " Madge" | 1988 RRC Portifino Red "LeeLoo" | Army Workshop Trailer 173-867
    1996 300TDi Auto D1 Mrs Inc's DD |
    "TowTent" Viscount Gazelle 3.9m |"Monty" 03 BA Ford Fairmont DD

    "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- a warning from Adolf Hitler
    "If you don't have a sense of humour, you probably don't have any sense at all!" -- a wise observation by someone else
    'If everyone colludes in believing that war is the norm, nobody will recognize the imperative of peace." -- Anne Deveson

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