Series III 109

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Series III 109

Post by freelander02 » Fri Jul 19, 2013 1:24 pm

A certain 1980 Series III 109 ex-MoD FFR is back home. Now featuring a new-to-it diesel engine. Only drove it a little bit so far, but it is kick ass. Now I can go to camp in Rover style. Thanks Jagspeed Motorworks.
John
1987 110 (Defender)
1980 Series III 109 ex-MoD FFR
2001 Discovery II (retired)
2002 Freelander SE (retired)

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Re: Series III 109

Post by series guy » Sun Jul 21, 2013 8:40 am

Now you can experience Rovering at the speed of diesel.
Diesel powered engines and parabolic leaf springs. These are a few of my favorite things.

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Re: Series III 109

Post by freelander02 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:30 pm

Aside from a not surprising electrical issue, the 109 was fantastic. Much fun.
John
1987 110 (Defender)
1980 Series III 109 ex-MoD FFR
2001 Discovery II (retired)
2002 Freelander SE (retired)

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Re: Series III 109

Post by dcarr1971 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:21 am

Awesome! Can't wait to get a look at it John! It was a cool truck even before the diesel.
Dave C
1997 Disco 1 LE <- Stock (?!?) because it may need a block
1999 Disco 2 <-- Not leaking, just marking my driveway as its own since June 2010!
1996 Disco 1 <-- Crazy Red (sold) :cry:

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