All you need is good all terrain tires - your wife won't notice - mine didn't. And eventually sliders -compressor undercarriage protection (she won't see that either) and you can tackle most of the trails out there with your 'stock' LR3. Sometimes less is more - many of our club members here in OC prefer the 'stealth' look.^^
Nice, I'm looking to get one of those next. But my wife said it had to stay stock.
Would love to. Girlfriend is a bit worried about being kidnapped.Paved and easy drive from the Mexicali border to San Felipe; from San Felipe to Puertecitos some dips on the road but paved. A few miles after Puertecitos, unpaved and rough but doable.
Are you planning a trip?
Nothing at all to add, just that when I was a little shaver...late 60's...San Felipe to Puertecitos was as much adventure as Dad wanted...pavement ended in San Felipe or Ensenada...I don't recall which???Paved and easy drive from the Mexicali border to San Felipe; from San Felipe to Puertecitos some dips on the road but paved. A few miles after Puertecitos, unpaved and rough but doable.
My first step into Rover land, I had grown up around a series 88 that a family friend had and alway thought it was neat vehicle and just recently had a chance to buy one. We towed it home yesterday with my other obsession (Isuzu Troopers). This is a 1970 Series 88 bought new in 1969 in Pa. by the original owner and has 55,000 miles on it. Mechanically sound but has not been run for about 2 years, interior is a little rough but useable,body is in very good condition one small dent on left front fender and faded paint. Needs a good cleaning and a complete service and then get running then just have some fun driving it.Dave