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beershark

I've decided against joining the Triumph car club since they don't have a section near me ( Milton Keynes ) and aren't prepared to let me start one.
It's a shame because they would probably have the answer to my question. Does anyone know how many 13/60 estates were built in RHD ?

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Vitesse6

Canley classics give a figure of 11,172 for 13/60 estates. No breakdown for LHD/RHD

They were never common though, although I always fancied one.

steve00136

There's a website called "how many left" - if you google it you will find it. Has the info you are looking for.

bob haynes

Surely the answer is none as there was never a GT6 convertible only a spitfire produced Read more

Metropolis.

As the forum's self-appointed Land Rover nerd, just thought i'd make a few corrections to HJ's recent article, (classics.honestjohn.co.uk/news/comment/2018-11/fut.../ ) which hopefully he'll appreciate. as we are all here to learn about cars after all. Here goes:

1) "In 2005, the Range Rover had a major facelift, to effectively remove as much of the BMW content as possible. The engines were replaced by Ford-PSA’s 2.7-litre TDV6 diesel" ... Read more

sandy56

Who in their right mind would buy a used Range Rover, unless they had very deep pockets and at least one other car to guarantee mobility. The horror stories of Range rover continue, even in newish models.

Yes I would like one but only brand new with full warranty, but I prefer to spend my own money elsewhere.

nellyjak

Who in their right mind would buy a used Range Rover, unless they had very deep pockets and at least one other car to guarantee mobility. The horror stories of Range rover continue, even in newish models.

Yes I would like one but only brand new with full warranty, but I prefer to spend my own money elsewhere....

SLO76

Who in their right mind would buy a used Range Rover, unless they had very deep pockets and at least one other car to guarantee mobility. The horror stories of Range rover continue, even in newish models.

Yes I would like one but only brand new with full warranty, but I prefer to spend my own money elsewhere....

nellyjak

Well, if we are talking about actually buying one...then I agree.

I've hung my nose over a few V8 RR's and Discos in my car buying lifetime...but I've never bought one, simply down to the legendary reliability/cost issues....

Metropolis.

Exactly, the purpose of this thread isn’t to debate whether an L322 is a future classic or even a good buy. Just correcting HJ and hoping he’ll fact check a bit more in future.

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