During stardate Tue, 25 Oct 2005 15:43:27 +0100, "Kieran Turner"
<kieran@SPAMTRAP.kemptown.org> uttered the imortal words:
>I was reading the blogs on www.austin-rover.co.uk and found a rant about how
>Land Rover don't mention BL in their "heritage" info on their website.
>So - you can tell I have too much time on my hands - I wandered over to look
>at the LR website.
>And in the section on the original series 1 Discovery on the "Discovery
>heritage" page (
>http://www.landrover.com/gb/en/Compa..._Discovery.htm ), I
>> Discovery launched with advanced technologies such as permanent 4x4
>> and the legendary Hill Descent Control included as standard
>It's not just me, is it? Surely that bit about HDC is completely wrong.
>But incredibly, there doesn't appear to be any way to email LR anywhere on
>their entire website. And I hold out very little hope of anybody giving a
>damn if I phone them, so the error will remain unless they happen to be
>reading this NG...
If they ain't got communications they aint got jack. There will no
doubt be some bleating in years to come when it's another Marque to
bite the dust. Landrover couldn't afford the staff to deal with all
the complaints that an email address would spawn. Would put the spam
Besides , they may actually begin to listen to customers and start
producing cars which are reliable , attractive to the eye and deveople
with what the end user wants rather than what gimicks will sell them
to the Corporate business executives who are about the only people who
can afford one new... and long may they continue to take the
deprictaion too.... Blessed are the Exec's!
"I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with typewriters."
- Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)
'76 101 Camper
'64 88" IIa V8 Auto
'97 Disco ES Auto LPG'd