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Thread: My New Flat!, AB25, Aberdeen.

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    I imagine it's a lot more useable and comfortable than an series 3 2.25 diesel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lost View Post
    I imagine it's a lot more useable and comfortable than an series 3 2.25 diesel.
    Not as much character, less off road ability, no low box, doesnt leak, doesnt rattle, too quiet, not smelly enough, cant sit in with filthy boots, cant jetwash out, cant unbolt the roof and door tops, cant kick panels straight if theyve been bent, electrics are fucked if they get drenched, i could go on

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    freelanders are very capable, the ladies landrover is a surprising beast!
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    Woohoo, urbex hotel FTW!!

    All round to Gorecki's!! Aberdeen weekenders start soon!
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    Due to Fotopic going tits up, both these links are dead, will update if it ever comes back online! :(

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    Awesome!! do you own the basement or is a communal area?

    Freelanders are okay... the early ones had there problems but I think thats all sorted. I had a loan of one and the electric rear window is great on long journeys.

    Offroad I would be scared to take near any mud, but then if I go offroad I'd steal my mates Suzuki Blitz :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landie_Man View Post
    doesnt leak, doesnt rattle, too quiet, not smelly enough....


    WTF are you looking for in a vehicle ?
    " ...I wasn't born of a whistle or milked from a thistle at twilight, no, I was all horns and thorns, sprung out fully-formed, knock-kneed and upright... "

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    I love old landies, but the "features" you listed arn't everybodies desire! lol

    I want my own secret bunker too! :p

    Celo :)
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    Well jealous, I'd love a derelict bit of building on my doorstep. I wonder if I could build an extension, then abandon it...
    Think I'd be down there 24/7 trying different photo's.
    Congrats on the new vehicle too
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    brill pictures

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    The brown bottle looks like vinegar.

    Looks like a development oportunity there Gorecki!

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