- Member22 September 2014 at 12:53 pm
I’ve always liked 101Fc’s, & when a friend had one in the mid-90’s, it did nothing to dent my enthusiasm for them
Various companies/individuals have re-engineered them over the years, to incorporate diesel engines, power-steering, coli-suspension.
(mainly with a new chassis, as the main-rails are completely straight, & could have all the top-rails, cross-members & body-mounts welded on)
Heck!!, even Land Rover themselves, offered to retro-fit the British Armys fleet (with the Tdi), when the tender went out that saw the Army buying Pinzgauers
I was notified of this one, via a link on my FaceBook page
Mmm, very tempting…………..
- Member22 September 2014 at 5:51 pm
- Member22 September 2014 at 6:49 pm
now thats a bit of kit (and prolly the only Landy I’d consider 😆 )
I new a guy who had a mint one with a Rover V8, that he used in a bit of woodland he owned 😯
- Member22 September 2014 at 7:40 pm
They’re not that big really
They’re shorter & almost as narrow as a (proper; 1970-1995) Range Rover
101FC = 14′ 2″
RR = 15′ 3″
101FC = 6′ 0″
RR = 5′ 10″ (neither including mirrors)
101FC = 7′ 0″ (to highest point of canvas)
RR = 6′ 0″
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