1977 Land Rover Series III Review
A Classic Ride — Reliable ruggedness, no frills and practical. Piece of cake to work on, easy access, easy clean - hose it out when you are finished. Classic looks, real head turner - not many of these around. It is so British you could have your tea in it!
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: Rugged, reliable, pulling power
Cons: Slow on the freeway
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