Always wanted a Series as we drove it in the army.I bought my first Disco1 tdi and just fell in love with the car, then a series 2a 88 was added, then a defender td5, sold the defender and series, then bought a 110 ldv, sold the lot and got myself a Disco2 v8, bought a freelander additional. then sold the lot and bought a Disco3 tdv6se, then added a freelander again and a series2a i bought from Ivan Sonnekus, modified to a ldv, then got two more v8 defenders. so SWAMBO said the ladies is taking over in the yard and we must make plan for my daughter to go to varsity, so there they went, stuck with my Disco3 only, but i am looking again as the time has come for the Disco3 to get a buddy.
Owning the ones I did each had its own moments and memories. maybe the one was the day when I i drove into the Landy Fest at 2013 with my friends 4 of us and my Series2a ldv at the back, the feeling of belonging and proud to be a member of such a awesome community and brother hood of friends that share the love of a brand that actually HAS A Soul, not just a engine.
The low range, diff locks, still need a winch. The diff lock and low range can get me into places and situations only a friend and winch can assist. Then the friendship and togetherness really shines.
It is not just a car , it is a companion and a lifestyle.