Barking at Pigeons
- Brittany, The Arz Valley.
I'll cover myself in spikes and curl up in a ball, next time anyone talks to me.............
My defender replaced this 15 years ago:No need to panic, it's only a freshwater stream flowing out to sea
Galvanised, pained and waxed:
I quite like hearing people talk about patching their chassis, don't know what that feels like
Only welding ive done to it is add ARB mounts,
I know we're past buying a defender on this thread, but if it goes back to it... If you find a good one (a properly good one, not one that scrapes through MOTs), set it up exactly how you want and treat it to some rust proofing every now and then, they're brilliant things.
Mines my daily driver and I don't remember the last job I did on it, let alone knowing the next,i expect mine to outlive me and I'm not 30 yet
we use a rope to do that when launching the dive rhib . Trailer brakes still turn to toast though , ah the joys of salt water .Pal has a boat, he puts an extension on the trailer hitch. Car never gets its tyres wet
we use a rope to do that when launching the dive rhib . Trailer brakes still turn to toast though , ah the joys of salt water .
Can you imagine how interesting the world would be if there was no such thing as rust , wonder what we would all be driving ??