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    Default Range Rover sittin' on 30's

    To each his own...



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    Nice (well, horrible) find! I don't understand the whole 24"+ rim thing...
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    Wait are those screens on the FRONT of the headrests??
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcanzio View Post
    Trophies in the back??? For what???
    Probably because the shows he goes to no can afford a range rover and putting 30s on a car is a good thing!
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    As a new member to the 'Rover Brigade" I suppose this is NOT how to modify a Rover.........

    I dont think those rims would last too much in the bush..... but each to their own...just not for me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BullsFTW View Post
    Wait are those screens on the FRONT of the headrests??
    haha, dident even see those until you mentioned it. What a stupid idea....
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    lol, at least the wheel gap is pretty decent. but damn, 30's on the range. not cool.
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    The moniitors in the front of the headrests are classic. Lol.
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