Thank you. I'm going to put the Wrangler stickers on the side of the hood (Bonnet) today. It was a fun project. I'll post some "how to" youtube videos in the near future.Well done! I applaud your effort and enjoy what you’ve done. Nothing wrong with it at all!
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Dan,All the ones I met doing serious miles in Africa were like this too.... for a while.
Then after the 2nd engine re-build or gearbox replacement or 5th wheel bearing or 4th clutch (or all of the above!) they were fed up with it.
Quite a few said they had trouble with their clothes.... they were all getting destroyed by so much oil because they were constantly under the Rovers.
Quite a few were openly angry when I explained I didn't need parts for my Jeep because it never suffered a mechanical failure.
These two did five times more major work on their Defender 110 going around Africa than I've done on all the vehicles I've ever owned combined.
Im just wondering what year was there Defender?
How many miles previously were on the Defender?
your Jeep was practically rand new as I recall?
I personally have a soft spot for both Jeep and Land Rovers. I love the Defender for it’s simplicity, no electronics.
However I have travel America and Canada in my AEV with a Ursaminor as well. Lived in it for a year, and really enjoyed all the stuff I’m glad the Defender doesn’t come with.
In conclusion, two different vehicles for two different experiences. That’s what life is all the about, enjoy the journey.
Did I miss something? Is the OP selling kits? If this is a one off custom, have fun with it. If you start thinking about selling these, consult an attorney (who will probably say “No”).Land Rover protects their brand quite aggressively, and the Series III front end is a registered icon, so you may have IP issues. I would worry about that more than reactions from either side of the Jeep/Land Rover fan base