CLUB SPOTLIGHT – ‘LOWCOUNTRY LAND ROVER CLUB’

Lowcountry Land Rover Club was founded in the Fall of 2011 by three guys who noticed (through LR forums) that there was a lot of interest in the Charleston, South Carolina area for a Rover Club, but that nobody had actually started one.

Now that the ball is rolling, our group is growing by leaps and bounds! Today, our members represent Rovers as old as a ’61 109 Dormobile to a late model LR3. Between monthly meetings, we find places to explore off-road, or we have “wrench parties” and work on one of our member’s vehicle, which really adds to the camaraderie of the club.

We’re always looking for new members, so check out our website at www.lowcountrylandroverclub.com!  We’re planning a trip out to The Gulches (www.gulchesorvpark.com) for February, and in April, we’ll he heading up to the Uwharrie Safari (http://www.uwharriesafari.org/safari-home ).  We hope to be able to take all of our Rovers and build our following even more.

One thought on “CLUB SPOTLIGHT – ‘LOWCOUNTRY LAND ROVER CLUB’

  1. I’m in Australia
    You blokes in the UK amaises me with your rebuilds.
    I have a 1984 Defender County V8 I’m fixing 🙂
    Hope to learn from you all
    Regards
    Christian

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