Off subject but funny...
Dad was a bit of a Landrover fanatic at one time, I got used to him going on about all the unusual Landrover models and he owned quite a few different models over the space of a few years, the longest serving was a Safari model, i.e. a double skinned roof to, err, keep the interior cool if you should venture as far as the African plains... (no aircon and the 2.25 / 2.5 engine gutless yet using as much fuel as the V8s).
We went to a few 4x4 rallies but I have to laugh when I think back to one of them. This rally had a bit of a muddy circuit for owners and demonstrators to attempt, the highlight being a small but muddy and steep banked river crossing. Land/Rangerovers sometimes struggled to get up the bank from the stream but always made it. G wagons with diff lock faired maybe a bit better, no problem for Unimog type stuff, or Russian troop carriers, or tanks... Anyway, the funny bit came when the latest model Subaru car, a brand new demonstrator, attempted the river crossing.. After much struggling to get up the bank (never looking like there was any chance) it ended up with interior and best part of the engine under about a foot of water! The driver then asked for a pull out from a Landrover but attached the tow rope to the car's optional bull-bars (unknown to the obviously experience Landrover driver), which promptly got pulled off! Dunno if it generated any sales for the car brand, it did fair well until the over ambitious river crossing, but can't have been worth if for the demonstrator garage! Dad bought a Subaru but was going to do so anyway, it went on a few beaches but would never have attempted that river crossing!
Saw a Unimog on road around here a few weeks ago, could make a proper go anywhere camper out of one of those!
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