HELLO, is my serie 1

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HELLO, is my serie 1
- Nov 19, 2010 - 21:35
Hello,

I'm french!

I have got a "serie" one for 1950 lhd 80"
I am happy because i am looking the topic the serie one club....

LOOK at the pictures one....

I don't speak english....sorry for the  sheakspear's langage

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Reply #1 - Nov 19, 2010 - 21:43
Nice!

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Reply #2 - Nov 19, 2010 - 21:44
Bienvenue! Elle est tres belle! :smiley:

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Reply #3 - Nov 19, 2010 - 22:01
Julian n'est pas multilingue - il a trouvé Google Translate


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Je suis decouvert!

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Reply #5 - Nov 19, 2010 - 22:57
Good looking trucks!
 
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Re: HELLO, is my serie 1
Reply #6 - Nov 20, 2010 - 06:59
Hello,

I'm french!

I have got a "serie" one for 1950 lhd 80"
I am happy because i am looking the topic the serie one club....

LOOK at the pictures one....

I don't speak english....sorry for the  sheakspear's langage

 
here you are Phil ??????  ;D ;D
 
 
 
the french section of the LRSOC increases !  :cool:
 
 
 

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Reply #7 - Nov 20, 2010 - 07:09
Hello Phil, Hello everybody,

Yes, I am here to discover more about this wonderful forum and a series of life that I do not know enough ...

I must learn to restore seriously "MARINETTE" (my 80 ") as he really is.

 This forum is amazing .... over there .... phil shlrc...

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Reply #8 - Nov 21, 2010 - 20:19
Bonjour Phil,
bienvenue sur le forum.
Salutations tout le chemin de Lincolnshire!
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Reply #9 - Nov 21, 2010 - 20:23
Mange Tout, Rodney.

Tres Bien.

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Re: HELLO, is my serie 1
Reply #10 - Nov 21, 2010 - 21:13
Bonjour
Grande recherche Land Rover - meilleurs voeux de Folkestone.
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Reply #11 - Nov 21, 2010 - 22:42
Bonjour,

Pourrait on connaitre son numéro de série (sur la plaque du tablier, dans le compartiment moteur). Il doit commancer par L0610 + 4 chiffres).

J'ai moi même les reste (que j'espère remonter un jour) de L06107863.

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Reply #12 - Nov 22, 2010 - 15:01
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Hello,

If you want to know the number, why not!

The 06110248 release in Europe on 27/06/1950


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Hello,

If you want to know the number, why not!

The 06110248 release in Europe on 27/06/1950

I have the logbook of the car

Can you give me information on:

The chassis was painted what colour?

It was not galvanized?

It is green, that he toils, what was the exact colours of this model?

The sheet was made of cotton, or plastic sheeting already existed?
(I cover the entire nylon, but surely changed ...)

According to my information, only 1000 car identical to this one have been produced, is it reality?

Tire size at that time? 600x16?

Thank you for giving me information on this model I do not know much!

"Marinette" is home for a year, I will restore it soon ...
 
 I drive 88 S II A of 1965, every day, and I am restoring one traineeships a 109 V 8 3.5 SW 1980 (model not imported in France ...).

Thank you all for your hospitality and you give me information on my car!

If you other photos, it is possible ...

PHIL

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Reply #13 - Nov 22, 2010 - 15:31
 :cool:

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Reply #14 - Nov 22, 2010 - 16:47
Che bella macchina!

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Reply #15 - Nov 22, 2010 - 17:22
Si es muy hermosa, por favor!

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Reply #16 - Nov 22, 2010 - 19:01
It is good to know that so many members are so flagrant in so many languages.

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Reply #17 - Nov 22, 2010 - 19:35
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 06110248 release in Europe on 27/06/1950
Le troisième chifre indique un modèle de base soit un baché (les autres modèles étant le station wagon et le 'welder' = poste mobile de soudure).

Y a t'il un le préfixe 'L' comme sur le mien. Ce préfixe signifie Left Hand Drive soit conduite à gauche et a du être suprimé dans le courrant de l'année 1950.


I have the logbook of the car
Qu'appelez-vous le 'Log Book'? S'agit'il de la carte grise?

Can you give me information on:

The chassis was painted what colour?
Vert foncé appelé Deep Bronze Green.code souleur du Land Rover bronze green :
Rover No.:RTC4042A
DuPont: 38500
Ditzler: 46451
Glasurit: LEY-637
RM-Supermax: RV-027It was not galvanized?
Seul quelques pré-série ont eut des chassis galvanisé mais après l'apparition de problèmes de torsion duent à la chaleur lors de la galvanisation, ils ont été peint en gris metallisé. Ceux de série sont vert foncé.

It is green, that he toils, what was the exact colours of this model?
Les 80' standard (ie basic vehicles) n'ont été produit qu'en deux couleurs : le DBP, déja évoqué et qui est vert foncé (proche du British Racing Green) et un vert clair qui s'apparente à la couleur de l'intérieur des cokpit d'avion de la seconde guerre mondiale.
The sheet was made of cotton, or plastic sheeting already existed?
(I cover the entire nylon, but surely changed ...)
Les garnitures de sièges sont verte foncée et confectionnées en un type de skaï.
La bâche est en toile de coton forte (voir sur le site de Exmoor Trim qui refait tout à l'identique, le père ayant été ouvrier bourrelier chez Rover dans ces année là).

According to my information, only 1000 car identical to this one have been produced, is it reality?
061010248 signifie que ce LR 80" modèle de base est le 10248 pour cette serie de véhicule construit dans le crénaux de l'année 1950 soit année modèle qui commence en aout 1949 et finie en juillet 1950. Le dernier numéro de série pour cette année (entendue que l'oon ne parle que des version de base) est 06115440, le premier étant R ou L 06100001.
Tire size at that time? 600x16?
C'est bien la monte d'origine, en Dunlop; un types étaient monté en série,le Trackgrip T28.Une monte en option était aussi proposé: Il s'agit d'un pneu au profil de type agricole en 700x16, le Trackgrip T25.
 
Thank you for giving me information on this model I do not know much!

"Marinette" is home for a year, I will restore it soon ...
 
 I drive 88 S II A of 1965, every day, and I am restoring one traineeships a 109 V 8 3.5 SW 1980 (model not imported in France ...).

Thank you all for your hospitality and you give me information on my car!

If you other photos, it is possible ...

PHIL

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Re: HELLO, is my serie 1
Reply #18 - Nov 22, 2010 - 19:43
Note that I am writting in French, being French!

Whether you would prefer me writing in English, that would not be so much of a problem.

Just let me know and If you need more answer, I would write according to your preference.

Frédéric

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Reply #19 - Nov 22, 2010 - 20:21
English is good if you want the most reponses but we are all fluent in googletranslation and 'connerie' on here.

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Reply #20 - Nov 22, 2010 - 20:27
Your 80 would have only been made in Deep Bronze Green and the chassis would have been the same colour. There was no factory light green option for a standard  061 vehicle.

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Reply #21 - Nov 22, 2010 - 20:44
I was doing it in French as it seems more likely to be easely understood. One should know how we, French are bad with foreign languages!

Anyway I do not doubt a bit that translation software do a great job, but you should definitly forget 'connerie' and get your vocabulary rid of that word : it is bad slang and do not fit with this web site where, on the contrary only good things are said (connerie meaning 'bull ****', bad mistakes...).

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Reply #22 - Nov 22, 2010 - 20:58
Sorry, that was the english sense of humour PLN, there are lots on this site who speak fluent bull... as their first language.   :tic:

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Reply #23 - Nov 22, 2010 - 21:08
Willerby, there is no offence (and no wish to offend in any ways). I do love speak and write in English (even if I am in despare of getting a good commend ot it!).

So, take my last post as French humour (we try that ourselves sometime), I mean about language. Still 'connerie' is a bad word.

Frédéric

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Reply #24 - Nov 22, 2010 - 21:31
Still 'connerie' is a bad word.

Frédéric

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