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Thanks. It's on springs for a few more months but the Koni shocks give it the proper stance. Tires are Hankook Dynapro ATM LT265 /75 R16 on Disco rims that I use for off roading.
 

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Since I've just noticed this post, I'm going to post pics. I'm new to the forum, and I like all of the ideas I've gotten. Warning: Some of my mods are a bit unusual. It's not a very scenic spot in the driveway, but the pics show some of what has been done to the car. It's my newest car, going from a 1957 to 2000. Lots of gadgets have been added. Bought it from a Rover mechanic as a stock vehicle with the nagging o-ring heater core leak. The nerf bars, articulating ladder, roof rack, and jump seats were big challenges. I'll gladly answer questions about it . View attachment 284030 View attachment 284031 View attachment 284032 View attachment 284033
Those jumps are awesome
 

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Those jumps are awesome
Thanks....new to the forum and just noticed the response. They are welded in but still fold down as they did in the disco I got them from. I added a tailgate button on the inside so that passengers can get out. The ladder on the back hatch swivels up with the liftgate. Makes it a 7-seater with easier access to the roof from ladder or nerf bars.
 

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Discussion Starter #73



In slammed mode with an EAS fault!




Added a little badge to the back ;)


 

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Looks nice. Don't give up on the EAS! I have found that bypassing the eas timer relay prevents most of the sagging and faults. It really only levels the car in the driveway by lowering all sides to match the leak somewhere. Runs the battery a lot and is more of a nuisance. It is not needed to even program heights in the EAS.
 

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Is your vogue badge a genuine one ? I thought Vogue's were only rioja red or Oxford blue or dark green ? My vogue badge is different !?
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I think sometime in 2000 they went to a silver Vogue badge, seems to appear on a few later ones like that. Mines 99 and the older style (which I prefer actually, silver seems a bit bling).

What are people's thoughts on the interior combo in mine? I quite like it...

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My Thirsty lady
95 4.6 HSE. Bought as a challenge with flat air suspension, got it up and running for a week ago, transfer case was making some funny alarms, but with some long days work and soldering wires it's now all functional. I only have this pic right now.
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