Post pictures of your Land Rover.

A.J.M

Explorer
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Not much bar the daily commute for this.

still enjoying the heated steering wheel and seats.

Needs the glow plugs changed, not brave enough to get them done yet.
 

REDROVER

Explorer
In Death Valley with (x) Southern California Land Rover club.
awesome group of adventures,
defender had broken brand new heavy duty OME shock .
And my Humvee had oil filter gasket issue, because those monkeys at jiffy lube didn’t put it on properly.
Both vehicles needed 4 min of pit stop fix.

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nc300d

Member
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My 2013 RRS i just got. It was a trade in at work and I couldnt pass it up. I had a P38 when i was younger and always had a love hate relationship with them.
 
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nc300d

Member
Good man. The AJV8 is a great motor if you stay on top of maintenance. Don't skimp on your service intervals and you'll have a lovely vehicle for a very long time. My LR3 just hit 172k
Thanks, I am a service manager at a chevy dealer so i over service everything I own haha. Its got 85k miles on it and had all the service records in the glove box. I have changed all the fluids except the trans so far. Its in pretty good shape overall but the suspension compressor is noisy but works, it has a slight coolant leak somewhere under the intake manifold I'll address soon. I have a company car and other vehicles so the miles will stay low but its quickly becoming one of my favorite cars to drive.
 
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A.J.M

Explorer
Congrats! Good to see another one break the 200k mark
I’m quite pleased at getting it past 200k.

Plenty of life left in it.
I’ve a few jobs to get sorted next year in it.
Auto box service is due again.
Glow plugs will need changed which is a job for a specialist.
Brakes pads, service and change diff oils.

Biggest job is going to be getting the underside stripped, rust cleaned up and dinitrol sealed. The Scottish climate is not doing the body shell any favours and some rust is starting to appear so going to sort that.
 
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