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No: 1957   Contributor: Andrew Wright   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Land Rover   Country: United Kingdom

An earlier Range Rover the grill is the give away, now a motor sport safety vehicle/fire engine.
Picture added on 19 January 2007
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At which circuit?

Added by John Carter on 25 January 2007.
John: It was at an RAF Airfield for the day, we have a track day every year that has proved to be very popular. Picture taken at RAF Valley on Anglesey.

Added by Andrew Wright on 25 January 2007.
Thank you Andrew. I visit Valley every year for their charity photocall. I'll have to try and find out when the next track day is. Incidentally please note the 'opposite-locking' effect of the two rear tyes on this TACR, a common problem when doing tight turns on tarmac leading to scrubbed tyres, or worse, as every TACR owner knows.

Added by John Carter on 26 January 2007.
John next time your there look me up, I'm at the MT Section.

Added by Andrew Wright on 26 January 2007.
A friend of mine recently came across this appliance in a petrol station near to where he lives. He took some pictures and had a chat with the owner.

Added by Walter Davis on 16 July 2007.
I have recently heard of a couple of wheels detaching from the hub of the centre drive wheel! Looks like stress on the weld may be a key factor. I have noticed on mine - and others - that with age the dred of rust appears right on the weld join. Thats why I am looking to replace - eventually - all of my wheels (got one new one already, only six more to go!).

Added by Walter Davis on 16 July 2007.
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