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Project series is coming along nicely. 
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Looking good Sir.
Have a particularly soft spot for shorty 2A's, especially soft tops.
Had a 2a, several 3's, a 101 and now defender td5. For best fun would have to be the 2a.

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the work 130 tipper, 2008 maybe puma engine? always seems to rev up slightly when in the low range, you lightly touch the throttle and the revs surge a bit, which is annoying when trying to reverse a trailer and the like, is this normal or is it somthing to try and fix.

thanks carl

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1 hour ago, difflock said:

Quite Stalwart like is it not?

Spoke briefly to the guy who said it was one of a few prototypes built to an MOD spec etc. Not too sure of the details but certainly a bit unusual. Lot of other series 3s and an early V8 county 110 lying around dying too. 

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