Discovery 3 (LR3) and Discovery 4 (LR4) Registry

gregV

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I take it and the box off when not traveling, but it's not really that easy. Takes some time to unbolt and I use my tractor to lift it off. So you need a way to get it off be it friends or mechanical.
 

Lemagus

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You’ve put a lot into that LR3 and it looks great. I have an iKamper rtt on my LR4 and it has lived up there full time because if the challenges of easy removal. Planning on a ceiling lift in the new garage to help with this but that’ll be a few months away. It makes for a very tall vehicle in the meantime.
 

js632

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My 2006 LR3. Picked it up at a nice price at 130K miles. Knowing I had a lot of suspension and chassis work to do. But my intention was to build a dedicated Overland traveler. Took longer than I had hoped but was able to do a month-long test run with it in late fall 2021.
Pics are from the day I purchased to how she sits now. ARB front and rear also.


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Do you have a build thread?

Very interested in the tailgate panels you have.
What are all the exterior ports in the body?
 
My 2006 LR3. Picked it up at a nice price at 130K miles. Knowing I had a lot of suspension and chassis work to do. But my intention was to build a dedicated Overland traveler. Took longer than I had hoped but was able to do a month-long test run with it in late fall 2021.
Pics are from the day I purchased to how she sits now. ARB front and rear also.


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Hey, great looking truck, the rear storage and pull out drawers look sweet. Wondering about your rear bumper/swing outs, I've never seen anything like this that's not a full metal reaplacement. Is it custom or fab'ed by someone? Thanks!
 

M32H32IS

BalticBlueLR4
2012 LR4 HSE all stock for now. Engine swap & running well afterwards!
 

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RoverFan

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2013 LR4 with the HD package.

It's my second LR4, and I've had it for around 2 years. I hunted 6 months for the last of the V8s with black leather/black wood and HD before finding this one. Tactical Rovers bumpers front and rear, 285/60/18s on Compomotives, TRE winch line, some aluminum sliders, etc.

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RoverFan

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Was that the LR4 for sale recently on Discoweb? Nicely spec’d Rover
Yep, one in the same. I haven't really been advertising it. I just got rid of two cars, working on a third, so space is freeing up and the LR4 can stick around a while longer. I just pushed it over 86K on the odometer, and every time I drive I know I'm going to miss it. The Raptor took its place though. The adult in me knows I don't need two daily driver offroaders.
 

CatskillCruiser

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Just picked up a well maintained and really clean 2005 Bonatti Grey w/Tan interior LR3 HSE7 HD, 191K, OEM roof rack, brush bar, Aux front lights, tow hitch, running boards, tinted windows, 20 inch Range Stormer wheels with 265/60r20 Cooper All Terrains, 2.5" Rhino Rods. Adding front & rear light guards, rear ladder and blackout matte hood decal. Ready for some new adventures here in Upstate NY!

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autism family travels

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Good morning Land Rover people. I am looking at an LR4 as a travel vehicle. there are a few around semi locally, that are a great price. I love the look, quality of the interior and size of the rig. What is the reliability like with these 3/4? You know the rumors that Land Rovers are unreliable and they will explode as soon as you drive them off the lot. I would rather hear from owners of the vehicles and get real world results. Thank you in advance for the information on these nice looking rigs.
 

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