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Thread: 1988 RRC "Baja Edition" Project

  1. #11
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    Thanks for the compliments guys. The Rover finally came out of the closet.....errr....garage today and I actually drove it around a bit. Man do those Mud Terrains scream ! Now I can start attempting to fix leaks and find the engine under all that grease ! Here's a few pics of it in actual daylight.
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  2. #12
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    Now we just need to take it to Baja!
    West Coast purveyor of early Land Rover Parts
    1995 LWB Aspen Silver Edition. AKA DudeMobile...4.6 chipped w cam & headers...4" lift with 255/85R16 tires (33")...ARB lockers front & rear...Etc, etc, etc.

  3. #13
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    i like it.
    1997 D1 6" lift 33" bumpers, glasspack ,HID's
    comming soon Sliders, toy conversion,35"s

  4. #14
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    Looks great! Take it to Pismo in May...
    NCLR #059

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    Me likey a lot! The cabin body lines remind me of the Lambo LM002 a bit.

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    Are those Wet Okole seat covers? Whatever brand they are, they fit great.

    Nice work!
    Chris D.
    "Alabama Red" MUDY_OVL
    '95 DI

  6. #16
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    MUDY, Those seat covers a cheepies of of EBay...$25.00 for the pair.
    Hopefully they will last until I can afford Wet Okoles......

  7. #17
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    A very cool idea that looks like it turned out perfect! How much lift and what size tires are you running? the stance looks perfect as well.

  8. #18
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    That is just an OME 2" lift with 265 BFG's.
    Iv'e refinished the wood trim, stripping and re-sealing with polyurethane satin finish.
    I don't know what they used originally, but the stuff was tough and thick. Kryptonite Lacquer !
    The panels came out OK for their age.

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  9. #19
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    I think that lift looks perfect. 265/85 or 75?

  10. #20
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    dino, 75's and I had to adjust the stops so they don't rub.

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