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A Land Rover Series 1 of indeterminate length. Step 7. Windows.

Mick Bonwick


The glazing is currently covered in a coat of Dullcote, so the driver and any passengers who might be present will have difficulty seeing where they are going. Not to worry, the trusty cocktail stick is close by. A wooden cocktail stick will absorb white spirit, and white spirit can be used to remove even hardened Dullcote from glazing without doing any damage. As long as the cocktail stick is gently rubbed against the glazing using the side of the tip rather than the point of the tip, a clear patch can be created in fairly quick time.







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40 minutes ago, TheQ said:

Wonderful modelling,  of what would have been a 107...


Deja vue.



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The JA number plate is of course Stockport. the JJA series was issued according to this http://www.oldclassiccar.co.uk/registrations/ja.htm

between July 1955 and May 1956.

The Chassis extension from 107 inches to 109 was mid 1956.. So unless it was one of the early prototypes sold off, it's highly likely it's a 107..


Land Rover nerds of the world unite!!

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