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Took the mini for a cruise and cars & coffee. And something you don't see to often.

I think this must have been his third Mini. We bought parts for it in the UK and brought back suitcases full on the plane. It had several engines. At one point a 1400 but that was unstreetable, so back to a 1275 or 1300. Steve is about 6 feet tall, to giv
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By: Bill
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jerry6
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Re Editions, Re interpretations, Re visitations... Some interesting examples.

What about the trend at the top end of re-manufacturing classics but with electric powertrains and NO external clues to the change? An English company named Lunaz comes to my mind: they do Rolls, Bentley, Jaguar and Range Rover conversions. Here are a few
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Unexpected arrival of a Land Rover in my small garage

That one was not really planned but you know how things are going with this lockdown, when you don’t see many people and spend way too much time looking at watches on the Internet... All the best Nicolas
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By: Artoxares
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amanico
959

Is "too much quiet" a good or a bad thing?

HEADLINE -- We made this quiet ROLLS-ROYCE noisier! Rolls-Royce did such a good job insulating the interior of the second-generation Ghost from outside noise that drivers who tested it became disoriented by the silence. "Bordering on nausea," said the car
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By: cazalea
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cazalea
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Hands on review of the Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Patrick Mouratoglou Ultimate Tennis Showdown

It is interesting to note that at Zenith, it is one of the most technical watches in the collection that spearheads the brand's "lifestyle" approach. The Defy El Primero 21, whose chronograph function is distinguished by its ability to display 100ths of a
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By: foversta
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Weems@8
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International Harvester and VW?

from AutoNews: Volkswagen Group's proposed $3.7 billion bid to acquire the assets of Navistar International could eventually have interesting implications for SUV and pickup fans — as well as dealers. The International brand didn't always just make semitr
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By: cazalea
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batholith
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Sporting clays and vintage land rover

Spent Sunday morning with my son-in-law shooting sporting clays. That is his vintage 1972 British Landrover . Crop images
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By: aperna
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Ted-Lo
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1/17:Myers-Briggs Personality, what do they wear?

There was a time when Nautilus’s were less ubiquitous. I once served one of the board members of Tata steel (the company that bought Jaguar and Land Rover). He was a quiet and tidy gentleman of little words, but I could tell he was a warm person. On his w
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By: Cookies
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Dr No
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On the superiority of Rolex and Omega

Luckily or unluckily for me, I could never afford exotic and always stayed in the playground of under $10,000 and usually half that, in my purchases by buying used. Not that I wouldn't mind a Journe etc but it's just too far up the scale in terms of loss,
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By: Glenn_2004
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descartes1
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