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Above: Bowler-made tubular frame structures are a sure bet for a good place in fast paced racing

Below: Freelanders also begin to be driven fast off road but need considerable more investment and knowledge than the easy-to-fix coilers.

Above: Lee manufacturing also have a successful buggy- as well as a demonstrator that can be tugged behind a fast Rover. The trailer has similar suspension and seats as the racer.

Cheaper racers can also be had as the one to the left shows. How would you advertise this one? Hmm, let's see: Land Rover 90, V8, new tires and wheels, Series body, one careful owner, has to go for lack of space, 995£ ONO.

The one on the right is slightly larger than a standard 90/110. Guess why? Right- the Jaguar V12 is simply too large to fit between the standard frame rails. Notice the 3 windscreen wipers