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Basem–Any chance you know what the solo piano piece is that begins at 4:03? Love the music that accompanies the video and story. Keep driving!
Gorgeous job. What is that little checker plate door on the rear quarter?
I can tell when it’s a good Petrolicious film because I always want to own the particular car that’s featured!
Very interested in where the VF-143 “Pukin Dogs” plaque came from on the front driver’s side.
Pure mechanical simplicity that results in a live experience. Similar effects from my Fiat 500 ‘Bambino’ and Caterham. Very appealing!!
Spot on Mark ! Learnt to drive in a new Series 3 110 Wagon with Fairley overdrive ? and troublesome 6 cylinder petrol ( Australian spec maybe ? ). It had10 seats and probably the best car we have ever had. As I kid we would put a whole soccer team inside and off road was the best. Top speed was maybe 62 mph regardless of roof racks and trailer ! Later we had one with 3.5 V8 and Range Rover diffs ? Finally we could race off Toyota’s at the lights ha ha Fuel consumption was even less. These… Read more »
What a great unique piece of machinery. Loved the narrative and wonderful locations and filming. A truly mellow morning!
Agree — lovely narrative.
Nice! Where was it filmed? Please let me know.
Azusa Canyon OHV, Angeles Crest Highway, and parts of the Arroyo/San Rafael Hills in Pasadena.
I love Land Rover!
Great video! He really nailed what it is to own, drive, and love/hate an old Land Rover Series.
Thanks to Basam and Petrolicious for publishing.
Drive long and prosper
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