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1987 Land Rover DefenderReview
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V8 Powered Fling Machine — 1987 V8 County Station Wagon. 5 3/4 inch Weber carb, double s stainless exhaust, Wolf rims, disc brake rear axle and gas conversion. Still in excellent condition despite approaching 21 years old. Goes tremendously well and handles like its on rails. All pretty godd considering it's got the aerodynamics of a brick. Tremendouly good at embarassing boy racers in their 1 litre shopping trolleys.

Pros: The noise, the look, the entire driving experience.

Cons: The fuel consumption. Currently 9mpg

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