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Painting your Land Rover

While some people approach the prospect of painting a Land Rover with great fear there are others that do like seeing a fresh coat of paint on their (soon to be) suffering aluminum pet. Over the years, there have been a number of articles in the Ottawa Valley Land Rovers newsletter and on the Land-Rover-Owner mailing-list on this very subject. They have ranged from Mike Rooth's very sensible approach (using a brush) to using a proper spray gun (Alan Richer). Others, using rollers, mops, dining out, finding the right wine etc. are still appearing in part within the OVLR newsletter. However, in the meantime we have the following:

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