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We saw a Disco accident in our local paper. A head on where a Camero submarined under the Disco (no survivors) and the Disco went airborne and came down on its side. The LR driver survived with minor injuries and managed to walk away. The Disco caught fire and was completely destroyed.
 

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they can still fix this LR. just needs a new roof, and a few adjustments, everything else is fine. I read about it b/c it was for sale in current condition where you had to pay for repair on top of the price you bought it for.
 

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Yep, It still can be fixed, you can even do it yourself as a project provided that you have a closed garage, as Land Rover panels are mainly all-aluminum and most panels are bolted-up together.If you buy all used parts (even from a '99-'02 will fit) like a roof(it's unboltable too), the top window frames for the front doors, front glass, and a used hood I think you can make it a driver while you still fix other details and you can save a big amount of money on the move.
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