I am restoring a 1965 Land Rover Series 2a SWB
(It's been off the road for 5 of my 10 years of ownership).
I also like push mowers, catapults and tobacco pipes from the 60's and 70's.
...I'm not 'into' the 60's and 70's, it just seems that things were built to last back then, and thus they are now in my ownership.
Currently reading books by Mark Twain
"Land Rovers are not accepted for racing - not at this writing anyhow - and they will never replace the limo as a way of transporting the very rich, but they do have style and a kind of studied carelessness. A man who rockets around the suburbs, or attempts to seduce fastidious women, in a Land Rover, is obviously a man worth watching. He must be one who can tell society to go to hell and get away with it." - Car & Driver, Sept 1964
"Part of what you must consider is what you will be hunting. Caliber will be determined by that. Very small game would let you use a .22. Varmints, predators and up to white tail deer can be handles by a .243. If you are thinking heavier animals,…"
"I'm a Beretta guy so I'm going with my 92. My 84 is a close second but it has more muzzle flip than his bigger brother and is more expensive (.380 vs. 9mm) to run. My Neos U22 is usually popular at the range because of its ray gun looks…"