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    Toy LR kits for kids!

    Hi all,

    I found this site and I thought I would share... You can buy the blue prints and build our own LR for your kids (or u..lol). Steven might need to find a blue print for a 109 for his soccer team.

    http://toylander.com/

    I will try to build one for my daughter this spring when it warms up here.
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    Sweeet! My little boy is going to be driving a Rover be the age of 4!!
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    toy rover

    Super sweet! I got to get one of them for my little ones too. i seen them before on the net. but i didnt know they made kits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gknapp View Post
    Sweeet! My little boy is going to be driving a Rover be the age of 4!!

    My daughter is 3 and loves LR's. I am just teaching her all the models, like a class...lol

    Maybe this will come back to me in a bad way...when she turns 16 and wants a brand new LR...

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB View Post
    Super sweet! I got to get one of them for my little ones too. i seen them before on the net. but i didnt know they made kits.
    what i read you can do the kits or buy it built in the UK. I have seen them too in the past and a couple out of steel (or alum??) but looked really sweet. I am sick of seeing my daughters pink Heep in the back yard...it time for a really ride for her...lol

    1993 RRC, LWB parting out
    1993 RRC, LWB "Bertha" Parting out. 71,900
    1991 RRC, (dads) RIP, 1990 to 2008. Helping out Rangie owners in 5 Continents.

    Looking for a Sii or Siia 88"!




    "Like most British cars, the design is intended to drip some of the engine oil on the ground so you know it is not yet empty, and to help replenish the Earth's future oil reserves."
    rr.net

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    or worse, wants a totally restored Series 1......which must be authentic, complete and then Dad can't play with too....

    This is my biggest fear.
    It's about people and the Land Rovers that own them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astateofmike View Post
    or worse, wants a totally restored Series 1......which must be authentic, complete and then Dad can't play with too....

    This is my biggest fear.
    lmao....or a NAS defender 110. My wife is kind of worried about it

    1993 RRC, LWB parting out
    1993 RRC, LWB "Bertha" Parting out. 71,900
    1991 RRC, (dads) RIP, 1990 to 2008. Helping out Rangie owners in 5 Continents.

    Looking for a Sii or Siia 88"!




    "Like most British cars, the design is intended to drip some of the engine oil on the ground so you know it is not yet empty, and to help replenish the Earth's future oil reserves."
    rr.net

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    Now that is too cool. I'm glad I don't have kids yet since I'm still working on my truck!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco2Guy View Post
    Now that is too cool. I'm glad I don't have kids yet since I'm still working on my truck!!
    You say that, but I can hang the little one by the feet and lower her into small areas to do wiring and retreive bolts........




    kidding, truely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astateofmike View Post
    You say that, but I can hang the little one by the feet and lower her into small areas to do wiring and retreive bolts........




    kidding, truely.
    My son has to change the tail light bulbs on my D1, my hands don't fit.

    Anyway, cool toy. I'l be getting the plans and building a series I. It's the only way I can afford one.
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    just to let you know there are a couple of more companies doing similar things

    http://www.rebelreplicas.net/

    http://www.little-leafers.co.uk/home


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