NAS 110 #66

Andrew

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This is a great thread! Nice project. How do the footwell repair panels from RN install? I'm wondering where you cut on the top, or do they overlap? I wish those were available when I fixed my footwells.
 

Adam

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This is a great thread! Nice project. How do the footwell repair panels from RN install? I'm wondering where you cut on the top, or do they overlap? I wish those were available when I fixed my footwells.

I have no idea - I handed them off to the body shop for install!
 

Adam

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Today I took delivery of a Hannibal roof rack and awning. These are sized for a 90, but will fit fine on a 110 as a 3/4 rack. I really like this awning, its really tidy and does not use any supporting stakes. Its a really clean design. Seems to me it could double as a duck blind. :ROFLMAO:

These were originally owned by Woody Woods, and he sported them on #66 while it was in Hawaii. I was fortunate enough to buy them from his son Chris and they will be reunited when the 110 is complete. For now it stores quite well on my 90.

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ctflyfish

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For those who missed it in the Rovers North Magazine, there's an article about Woody Woods, the larger than life one time owner of #66.

Now I know where they got the inspiration for the "Most Interesting Man in the World" commercials. Those were the good'ol days. Cool article, thanks for sharing.
 

jymmiejamz

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For those who missed it in the Rovers North Magazine, there's an article about Woody Woods, the larger than life one time owner of #66.View attachment 17456
I need to go through my pictures, but I think his son would bring his D90 to Land Rover Santa Monica when I worked there. I remember he brought a box of parts for it that included the plastic spare wheel cover. I was going to buy it from him but realized it wouldn’t work with my tire carrier (lug pattern in the wrong orientation)
 

Adam

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I need to go through my pictures, but I think his son would bring his D90 to Land Rover Santa Monica when I worked there. I remember he brought a box of parts for it that included the plastic spare wheel cover. I was going to buy it from him but realized it wouldn’t work with my tire carrier (lug pattern in the wrong orientation)

That would be cool - I'm in contact with his son Chris, who has done a pretty extensive restoration on his fathers D90 and continues to drive it to this day.
 

jymmiejamz

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That would be cool - I'm in contact with his son Chris, who has done a pretty extensive restoration on his fathers D90 and continues to drive it to this day.
If it’s the same truck I’m thinking of, it was resprayed in a really high gloss on the body and roll cage. I think it was a pretty decent truck though.
 

Adam

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All future updates on #66 will be made at my new blog https://www.nas-66.com/

All of my pertinent posts from this thread have been mirrored there as well.

I will drop new links here as I add updates in case you are following along from this thread.

Thanks!
 
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