Sad day for D90

Land Rover AFRICA Magazine - - LETTERS -

It is with a very heavy heart that I write this. My wife rolled our De­fender 90 af­ter some­one braked hard in front of her in a cor­ner and she lost con­trol try­ing to avoid con­tact with the ve­hi­cle in front of her. My wife es­caped the Landy un­scathed – which I am ex­tremely grate­ful for. There could only have been a “higher hand” in this. I was told by the insurance as­ses­sor that the Land Rover was to be VQHSSDM Nff. 2GD HR @ 2005 LNCDK VHSG 155 000 JL NM SGD BKNBJ. 3GD book value of the De­fender is around R120 000 – which I was told would prob­a­bly be what they would pay me out, way short of her ac­tual value. The Landy was ly­ing on its side with the mo­tor still run­ning. Ac­cord­ing to the as­ses­sor, there was oil on the top cover which means ( if I un­der­stand this cor­rectly) that the mo­tor was also RSTf­fDC. ( GNMDRSKX CNM’S V@ MS SN KNRD GDQ, ATS VNTKCM’S V@ MS SN RHS VHSG DMCKDRR OQNAKDLR NMBD RGD’R fiWDC. DN ( ATX GDQ A@ BJ EQNL SGD HMRTQ@ MBD @ MC FDS GDQ fiWDC? . Q CN ( ITRS S@ JD SGD JMNBJ @ MC RS@ QS look­ing for another Landy for R120 000? Henk Boneschans Sorry to hear about your loss. I do not know the con­di­tion of the ve­hi­cle but I would not worry about the oil on the en­gine. ( f yNT VDrD GaOOy VHSG SGD DnFHnD ADfNrD, JDDO HS. – Ed.

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