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Old April 7th, 2014, 07:37 PM
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Rover Heritage - Evoque

For those who feel that Land Rover has lost its way, I think this proves that the heritage is alive and well.
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That is effin' great! I took the Auto Train up to Virginia for Wintergreen and as I was in line to check in the announced over the PA system that the owner of the Defender 110 needed to come out to the ramp because it was leaking oil. Classic.
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That is effin' great! I took the Auto Train up to Virginia for Wintergreen and as I was in line to check in the announced over the PA system that the owner of the Defender 110 needed to come out to the ramp because it was leaking oil. Classic.
There's an auto train?????

where does it run?
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Old April 7th, 2014, 08:40 PM
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That is effin' great! I took the Auto Train up to Virginia for Wintergreen and as I was in line to check in the announced over the PA system that the owner of the Defender 110 needed to come out to the ramp because it was leaking oil. Classic.
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There's an auto train?????

where does it run?
Exactly what I was thinking
Enlighten us please
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Yes Washington, D.C. To Orlando Florida.... I've been on the train but not with a vehicle.... It's pretty nice!

------ Follow up post added April 7th, 2014 09:38 PM ------

Washington, D.C. To Orlando Florida.... It's pretty nice if you want to bring a vehicle and don't feel like driving
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There's an auto train?????

where does it run?
Orlando to Lorton, Va. non-stop. My choice is to hammer up I-95 at a blazing 58 mph in the ExMoD or this...
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