Well we're Landyless, yes the old Land Rover that has served us so well this last few years (almost four) has gone on to pastures new, sold within 48hrs of putting my advert up. To a chap who works for a specialist land rover re-manufacturers where it will be done up, possibly with a view to shipping her off to America where the V8 Landies are popular. Yep, Kat was never too happy about driving the Landy due to the heavy clutch and we really had to reduce our 'car pool' down to just the one practical vehicle (the Ka will have to be sold too in favor of a larger vehicle which Kat is happier to maneuver around Bath) and my Cortina MK3 will stay - you can only afford to have so many toys it seems!!
You will also need to have a set of tools and preferably know how to use them too! As almost everything on a landy is heavy duty and over engineered, they are simple to work on but everything requires a fair amount of swearing, skinned knuckles and reaching, lifting and pulling.
Anyway bye old friend I really miss you, although it is nice to have my knuckles fully healed up for a change.