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  1. #11
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    Oh I almost forgot!

    Scott- If you run into the need for anything from a D1 in need for your vehicles please send me an email ASAP and I will get it out to you ASAP. (My inventory is a little low so I will help with what I have.)
    -Blake

    '98 Disco

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    If everyone here gave Scott the same amount of money as they would spend on a latte or a six-pack, it would add up.

    Land Rover people are more than just vehicle owners. We are part of a large family. I would venture to say I could be anywhere in the country and anyone if you would help me if I needed help. I would all help you. We look out for each other. Help Scott give his kids a good Christmas. Scott would do the same for us.

    God Bless you guys!

    Jason

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    Thank you so much. Whether you can or can't, the thoughts that were earlier shared in my initial thread and the community itself is amazing.

    It may seem like a silly thing, but I finally joined the club last night. I have been holding off until my truck was functional, but seemed like the rig time to contribute back in some other way to those that do so much for each other.

    Again, thank you. My daughters will really appreciate the help as well. I didn't realize that we needed to shop for clothes so often (3 & 5 year olds)

    Sincerely,

    Scott
    All sold a while ago

    1995 RRC LWB - LT230, $G Front Bumper


    1960 109" 5 Door Station Wagon w/Deluxe Rolled Bonnet with Spare Recess. Frame off restoration. PO setup 289 Mustang with D60 rear end with chromolly inners. Recently moved to Sacramento awaiting a place to finish the restoration.

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    And some of the PP emails I get don't indicate the LRRF forum name, so take you even i I am not sure who you are!!
    All sold a while ago

    1995 RRC LWB - LT230, $G Front Bumper


    1960 109" 5 Door Station Wagon w/Deluxe Rolled Bonnet with Spare Recess. Frame off restoration. PO setup 289 Mustang with D60 rear end with chromolly inners. Recently moved to Sacramento awaiting a place to finish the restoration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lrsafari View Post
    And some of the PP emails I get don't indicate the LRRF forum name, so take you even i I am not sure who you are!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrose609 View Post
    Thank you Scott. It is hard to go thru anything alone, and you shared with us. You opened up and verbalized what was going on in your life. That was huge. I know when I lost my sister, I didn't share.....and still don't much......I don't know why.

    I want everyone to really understand two things. This was not Scott's idea...he was did all he could to talk me out of it becuase he is determined to get things done himself....strong, proud and capable man he is. President Roosevelt once said of himself that "I have often been afraid, but I wouldn't give in to it. I made myself act as though I was not afraid, and gradually my fear disappeared. Scott too is not the type to give in..

    Second, anything given goes to Scott and his daughters. Not to me then to him, not to Evan then to him...to him direct.

    Any gift you give directly impacts the life of this family in a huge way. Even a dime is representative of the willingness to give of oneself to another.....
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
    01 DII : 95 RRC LWB : 88 RRC SWB

  7. #17
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    I'm very taken back here.. I did not catch the original post until
    Mike started this new thread. My heart goes out to Scott and his
    girls. I as well can't imagine what you are going through but hang in
    there and it will get better.

    I also have little ones as well, my Daughter Isabella (6) is growing like
    a weed and is constantly growing out of clothing and shoes that are
    like brand new. I would be happy to put together some clothing and
    toys for the girls if you are willing to accept. I'm the future I would
    love to direct those items to you. Let me know.

    Also, you should not have made a contribution to the site, I'm sorry I missed
    that and it will be directed back. I am making you a honorary Lifetime VIP
    member.

    Our family prayers are with you..
    Tony
    Tony - Cerrone's European LRRForums Store

    1999 Disco II - aka Black Cobra - Daily Driver
    2006 Range Rover HSE aka Wife's Rig

  8. #18
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    I'm glad so many people are responding and helping out! My money is on the way!


    Scott... Like I said before, I live really close, so if there is anything I could do to help you out weather it watching the kids so you can get some errands done or helping out with the rig, let me know!
    1992 RRC
    - 4.6L V8
    - GDE Winch Bumper
    - LT230
    - 3" Rovertym springs
    - Kargomaster Roof Rack
    - 255/85-16 BFG M/T
    NCLR083

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony DII View Post
    I would be happy to put together some clothing and
    toys for the girls if you are willing to accept. I'm the future I would
    love to direct those items to you. Let me know.
    Nice! I might have missed it but how old are Scott's girls?
    1994 RRC LWB
    My projects: www.mmacrue.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenmd View Post
    Nice! I might have missed it but how old are Scott's girls?
    3 and 5.5 yo.....
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
    01 DII : 95 RRC LWB : 88 RRC SWB

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