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Old April 26th, 2016, 11:47 AM
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Owning a Diesel ROW in Oregon. Bend area recommendations

I'm looking to move out to Bend, Oregon in the fall. From my understanding there should be no issues with transferring a VA titled diesel ROW 110, right?

Anyone know of good Land Rover shops there and/or Land Rover clubs?

Cant wait to get outh there and get back to rock climbing and mountain biking, looks like a sweet town.
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Its a great town for craft beer as well

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That is definitely not a bad thing!
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No problems with Diesel here! Not sure of the service options in Bend but lots of choices in Portland. Ships Mechanical is your go to for older model rovers. Local club is www.pcrc.net (Pacific Coast Rover Club)
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There are several older Landys in Bend. A friend of mine has a white 110 there. It can get bloody cold there so be ready!
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I was out in the snow on a clear early morning last December, showed -16 on the Mercedes temp gauge in some of the open areas with no wind. I love the Bend area, spend a lot of time up there.

Bend Rovers is not a bad place. And the PCRC is a good group. The owner of Peak Airsoft is an Aussie with a long time history of owning Rovers.
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