When you drive a modern car you expect to have your say about where the air goes, right?
At the end of last year I decided to abandon my plans to restore my Series IIa Land Rover, but the universe had its own plans.
A while ago (read that as years ago) I was messing around on a sand track near Maitlands when I heard a bang. The awful sound of metal snapping is enough to send a chill down the hardest spine. I recently decided to take a look and see where the problem is.
They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. I have taken my one step. It’s tiny, but I’ve taken it.
I recently made a decision to repair one part of my Land Rover every month. That way I should have an operational Land Rover in about 4 years time… OK, that’s an over exaggeration, but it’s going to take a while.