Brookwells will be attending the Adventure Overland Show in Stratford-upon-Avon next weekend 24th-25th September and we would love to meet you.
If you need any parts for your Land Rover or other Overland vehicle then this show is the one to visit. Not only will there be loads of trade stands there but also many Overland vehicles of all shapes and sizes to make your mouth water and inspire your next modification or build whether on 2 wheels, 4 or even 6!
So please do come and say hi to us on our stand if you are attending, it would be great to see you.
Justin and Crew!
We’ve got even more new products for you here at Brookwells, this time it’s Land Rover Discovery 2 rear chassis leg repair assemblies, near-side and off-side.
Land Rover Discovery 2 chassis rear leg repair – left side
Above is the left hand side rear chassis leg for Disco 2 which is priced at £85.00 (+VAT) and because it’s over £60, qualifies for our free UK carrier service. If you need to quote it, our part number is LRD200NS
Land Rover Discovery 2 rear chassis repair leg – right side
Above is the right hand side rear leg for Discovery 2s. Also priced at £85.00 (+ VAT) these are manufactured to the highest quality by DDS metals. As official distributors we can get a huge range metal forged parts for your Land Rover.
Disco 2 rear chassis repair leg untreated
As always, if there are any similar products, or any other part, spare or accessory that you need that isn’t on our website feel free to contact us via email to email@example.com, call us on 01626 833848 or drop in to our Bovey Tracey or Plymouth branches for the best Land Rover knowledge around.
Remember, if it fits a Land Rover, you can get it from us!
The Discovery Owners Club met in Plymouth again
The event was a huge success, raising £1425.00 by selling raffle tickets, stickers and plaques and people bidding on Auction lots over the weekend of the 12th-13th of October.
Before the meet owners could opt to either a drive over Bodmin Moor or attend a local greenlaning trip with around 30 Landies taking part in the activities on the Friday. The next day everyone met on the Hoe in Plymouth before a convoy of over 50 Land Rovers of all types set off to Mount Edgcumbe via the Torpoint ferry.
And it wouldn’t be a typical Discovery celebration without at least one of them breaking down. On their website, the organisers said, “We had 2 Discovery owners whose vehicles broke down on the way to Plymouth, but instead of giving up on the weekend, they went home and got their other cars, both of which were french hatchbacks!”
After the traditional stop-off in South East Cornwall’s biggest lay-by the convoy arrived at Mount Edgcumbe, where there was a chance to look around and try some deer spotting – which unfortunately proved unsuccessful this year.
A carvery roast went down really well and the raffle and auction helped to raise almost £1,500 for the designated charities. The social events were well underway and Joanne Armstrong won the much sought-after brightest outfit accolade.
On Sunday the crew reconvened at Lee Mill in Ivybridge and the convoy rolled on to Buckfastleigh for a trip to either the steam railway or the adjacent butterfly sanctuary before a rain free trip to the Two Bridges Hotel where everyone went their separate ways.
The organisers will no-doubt be back with a bang to help celebrate the Discovery’s landmark 25th birthday so if you want to get involved, head over to their website.