Celebrating 4 Wheel Driving - NMM

Zamunda

Well-Known Member
Some pics from the National Motor Museum's day of celebrating 4 wheel driving.

This was one neat 80.
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Getting ready for the damper competition.
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My first 4x4 was a Series 1. Bought it at a Govt auction back in Africa. The only 4x4 I (along with a friend) could afford on the pocket money we had saved. The Landy had seen better days when we got it.
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Would love to have one of these.
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The RFD is worth their weight in gold.
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We were part of the Land Cruiser club of SA. Good company.
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Had to include my baby (right). :)
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Love him or not, it is because of Roothy we got to appreciate the beauty of the Aussie outback way before we had even moved here (he was featured a few times in a South African 4x4 magazine). So it was a pleasure meeting him and getting the autograph.
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megamung

Active Member
I had a series 3 FFR (fitted for radio) got mine at an auction when they switched to the defenders. had a massive PTO winch and was set up with an extra alternator and wiring for two extra batteries. drove around in it for a few years and did a couple of trips in it. Was a good old thing for a while. Got rid of it when it started breaking down all the time. Every time I had a day off I was having to spend it picking up parts and working on it.
 
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