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Hello all! First time owner here, looking forward to diving in and seeing what I've got myself into. Proud to say I have finally acquired a piece of British motoring history, a 1994 Brooklands Green Classic LWB :mrgreen:. Is her paint or interior perfect? Nope. Does she currently run? Nope. Is she safe in a garage out of the weather? You bet!

It's kinda funny, I was on here doing some fuel pump related research, and came across this post: https://www.rangerovers.net/forum/8-range-rover-classic/335764-1994-classic-restore-part-out.html Got about three sentences in and realized it was from the gentleman we bought it from! He wasn't lying - I've wanted a RR (specifically a Classic) for many years, as evidenced by me joining here over 6 years ago but never posting.

Just wanted to pop in and say hey! We are hoping to get her up and running soon, and then go from there. I'm sure this forum will be super valuable along the way!

Ethan
 

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Hello all! First time owner here, looking forward to diving in and seeing what I've got myself into. Proud to say I have finally acquired a piece of British motoring history, a 1994 Brooklands Green Classic LWB <img src="http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_mrgreen.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" />. Is her paint or interior perfect? Nope. Does she currently run? Nope. Is she safe in a garage out of the weather? You bet!

It's kinda funny, I was on here doing some fuel pump related research, and came across this post: https://www.rangerovers.net/forum/8-range-rover-classic/335764-1994-classic-restore-part-out.html Got about three sentences in and realized it was from the gentleman we bought it from! He wasn't lying - I've wanted a RR (specifically a Classic) for many years, as evidenced by me joining here over 6 years ago but never posting.

Just wanted to pop in and say hey! We are hoping to get her up and running soon, and then go from there. I'm sure this forum will be super valuable along the way!

Ethan
Where in AL are you? I’m right across the border south of Pensacola, FL in Perdido Key.
 

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Where in AL are you? I’m right across the border south of Pensacola, FL in Perdido Key.

Gentlemen,

I am located north of Atlanta (Milton/Alpharetta) but have family in Pensacola. I have lots of spares and always looking for an excuse to drive down. Please reach out should you ever need anything!

Best of luck with your new Rover!

Chris
 
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