Woody lives a childhood dream.
It seems being a Land Rover nut and then buying a classic Land Cruiser is akin to barracking for both Carlton and Collingwood at the same time, or, if you’re into that other game, the Doggies and the Rabbitohs.
But while old Land Rovers seem to be popular with Instagram hipsters these days, I’ve always had a thing for old Cruisers. Growing up in the bush surrounded by them is probably the reason why, with trayback 45s and shorty 40s seeming to be on the periphery of my life for the past three or four decades. That said, I’ve never actually owned one.
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