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#66 - Back At It Again

  With only 50k original miles - the effort will be worth it You'll note my last substantial update about #66 was way back in the beginning of the year. For those getting up to speed - my post  of Feb 23 does a good job of summarizing progress up to now. Given the current global supply chain situation - things are delayed. Jaguar / Land Rover has been slow to update on the status of my replacement frame, complicating timelines significantly.  We're at the six month point since it was ordered, and while I haven't given up on them completely, given our overall timeline - we need a plan B.   This weekend Jim and I began tearing down #66 in order to free the frame. We'll look to have it repaired, galvanized and powder coated - before we being re-building on it. We made some good progress, and will continue our efforts over the coming weeks. The goal is to have it ready to roll by early July. Of note - while we were maneuvering #66 into place for us to re-start work, the fue

Defender Sunday (aka FedEx Recovery)

Fuel. Lots of Fuel.

My 1992 ROW Defender 90