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1983 Land-Rover 110 Station Wagon

1983 Land-Rover 110 Station Wagon in La casa del sortilegio, Movie made for TV, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK

1983 Land-Rover 110 Station Wagon

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Jale PL

2013-01-09 12:56

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Ans AU

2013-01-09 13:45

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Land Rover Defender

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Sandie SX

2013-01-09 15:23

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Still 110 at this time.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-09 23:09

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We've got a page of these listed as "One-Ten", while more are listed as "110". Shall we change the One-Tens to 110s?

Sandie SX

2013-01-09 23:12

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One-Ten (and Ninety) is the more correct name, AFAIK for these earlier ones but it is not particularly a problem for me if they are listed the other way.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-09 23:15

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I know Land Rover fans often call them Ninety and One-Ten, although on the badges they use numbers instead (not saying this means the other way is wrong)

Sandie SX

2013-01-09 23:22

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Equally, all contemporary brochures used One Ten and Ninety. It's an unclear situation but the impression I have is that One Ten is the most widely used term. But as it is a grey area I'm not going to die in a ditch about it.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-09 23:26

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Are you sure you're not dsl? /yourcomments.php?search=die+in+a+ditch&id=dsl :D

Sandie SX

2013-01-09 23:29

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:lol: :D I have the bad habit of picking up phrases from other people online.

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dsl SX

2013-01-09 23:33

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Scotsmen have always died in ditches - usually in stramashes against yet another English invasion. I suppose the English equivalent phrase would be having a sherry on the patio.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-09 23:34

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"I'm not going to have a sherry on the patio for this" doesn't quite have the same ring to it :D

Neptune US

2013-01-10 00:11

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Okay, I know I'm going to sound totally ditzafied by asking, but what does ''sherry'' mean?

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Sandie SX

2013-01-10 00:13

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Fortified wine.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-10 00:19

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I think it's one of those stereotypical upper-crust English things.

G-MANN UK

2013-01-10 00:37

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I've just changed them all to 110.

antp BE

2013-01-10 17:26

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Sandie wrote One-Ten (and Ninety) is the more correct name, AFAIK for these earlier ones but it is not particularly a problem for me if they are listed the other way.

Wasn't there a point when they changed the name? I thought that the full-letter name was used on recent ones.
When Alexander was around, it was easier: he was sorting all these himself properly

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Sandie SX

2013-01-10 17:36

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I think it was One Ten/Ninety from the start up until 1990 when the Defender name was introduced at which point it became Defender 90/110

Late 1982 launch brochure has One-Ten: Link to "www.freewebs.com"
As does 1989: Link to "www.freewebs.com"
1990 shows the change: Link to "www.freewebs.com"

This is a very early one (check the windows)

G-MANN UK

2013-01-11 08:35

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^^^ But like I said on the badges it still said 'Land-Rover 90/110' before the Defender name was introduced. I think it's simpler to keep using numbers.

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