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Howdy.

I live in Oregon, find myself in some gorgeous country more often than not.

I’ve always owned some sort of 4x4. I don’t “Wheel” by any means but do camp, hunt and fish in some remote areas.

I’ve always loved classic rovers and discovery’s. I took the plunge on a 2002 Discovery kalahari with 142k.

Give me the good, bad an ugly!
 

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The Disco2 is a truck that will take you anywhere you want to go. Just give it TLC and attention and it'll be the best truck you've ever owned.
 

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Yeah! D2 is an amazing truck. It’s not without its foibles, but you’ll learn them as you go.

welcome to the forum
 

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My buddy owns one and been very reliable
don’t hear that too often! If maintained they’re usually solid, but at this point in the game, many are just a head gasket away from the scrap yard. I’d say get one. Your spouse and your wallet may hate you in the beginning (and at every filling station), but there’s a Jeep at every stoplight, and just as many yotas. Not too many rovers out and about.
 

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Welcome to the forum. It's a Love/Hate relationship with Land Rovers. Enjoy that Disco 2!!!!
 

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don’t hear that too often! If maintained they’re usually solid, but at this point in the game, many are just a head gasket away from the scrap yard. I’d say get one. Your spouse and your wallet may hate you in the beginning (and at every filling station), but there’s a Jeep at every stoplight, and just as many yotas. Not too many rovers out and about.
Yeah that's what he says, the rig needs a little more attention from now and then. He's mechanic after all.
 
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