Just saw one in my neighbors garage this evening. Steel wheel & all. Interesting guy, has a Model A that he drove on Paris to Peking.
That's amazing! I can't even get a day off of my entire summer off to go camping for more than two nights, and if I did, my car wouldn't be in good enough shape to go for three nights. These types of trips just baffle me. Everything from the time, the money, the ability to be away from family -- how? I feel guilty just trying to get 1/2 hour of exercise into my schedule a few days a week!
LOL, well hyperbole aside, there is a little truth in what we’ve both put down. But at least where I live, we teachers get paid pretty well. This year’s work load is insane though... I’m logging 65-70 hours and can’t keep up. It caught up with me this week, for sure. That’s another story.It appears he's both older and president of a company, so there's your "time, the money, the ability to be away from family". IIRC, you're a teacher, aka. underpaid, overworked, and blamed for society's failings (why mostly lay at the feet of the revolving doors of abysmal parenting). Do your best to take care of yourself too. Life balance is tough. Sometimes it appears everyone else is living the good life, when in reality these forums, the adventures, these overpriced farm trucks; they're all self selecting of the very fortunate few.
Weird that info is listed on LR USA. Cargo capacity for the D5 (behind 2nd row seat) is 45 Cubic feet. New Defender 110 is 34~34.5 cubic feet (depending on 5 vs. 7 seater) behind the 2nd row.When they released the LR3 they made a big deal of the large cubic cargo capacity. With the LR5 and the Pretender, they don't even list it in the spec sheets I've seen. I wonder why, not.