"I purchased my Discovery 200tdi around 16 mths ago and it never let me down. The vehicle I located was a bit unusual in that it had never towed or seen hard work and had only had 1 owner its entire life.
The service file included 20k worth or receipts for work actioned over the car's life and it is fair to say that the first owner spared no expense whatsoever. It had a better history than most of the 300tdi's sitting around and I decided to buy ..."
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"We bought a 1991 Land Rover Discovery 200Tdi made some minor modifications and shipped it to Canada where we drove it 14,000 miles in 3 months on and off road across Canada and the United States of America. We would decribe the vehicle as AWSOME. Driving performance and fuel economey on road were very comfortable and we were able to pack all of our equiment and supplies easily into the back. Off road performance was nothing short of amazing. The car ..."
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From the 99SignTM Range of Signs Manufactured By Case Graphics. On Aluminium plate ... more
suitable for use indoors or outside. Looks great on your parking spot, garage door etc.... Made from long term outside use materials. Supplied with double sided tape for easy fitting to painted surfaces. Can also easily be drilled for Screw fixing to brick work, posts etc....
From the ParkingSignTM Range of Signs Manufactured By Case Graphics. Manufactured using ... more
the same process as UK Road Signs to give original look. On Aluminium composite plate suitable for use indoors or outside. Looks great on your parking spot, garage door etc.... Made from long term outside use materials. Supplied with double sided tape for easy fitting to painted surfaces. Can also easily be drilled for Screw fixing to brick work, posts etc....
The display set contains the two coins issued for circulation in 1968, namely the old ... more
size: ten pence, and five pence. Plus an original unused 1968 British postage stamp to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Captain Cook's First Voyage of Discovery, 1768 to 1968 (the stamp depicts Captain Cook's vessel "Endeavour" and his signature). Britain changed to decimal coinage on February 15th 1971 (the last pre-decimal coins were issued in 1967) but in 1968, as part of the preparation for the change, these first decimal coins were issued. The new 5p coin was the same in shape and size to the existing Shilling coin and the new 10p coin was the same in shape and size to the Florin (no other British coins were issued dated 1968). Both coins are in uncirculated (UNC) condition and the stamp is in unused Mint condition as issued. Our manufacturing process is a precision laser cutting method to create holes in which the coins can be inserted: thus holding securely in position without harming them.