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snowric



Member Since: 01 Aug 2011
Location: London
Posts: 20

United Kingdom 2009 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Galway Green
Stolen 2.4 xs 110 PUMA

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Hi all i am sad to report that my 2009 owned since new Landrover 110 csw puma has been pinched off ky road in Shepherds Bush in London.

Dark metallic green with a Hannibal Roofrack and fire and ice style side steps plus an exmoor retrim by yours truly.

Wheel cover advertising my wife’s business is distinctive “Couture Collective”.

Reg is LC59 YEL. 132000 miles. Ashcroft auto conversion (they are awesome btw).

Roof tent is NOT fitted!

It is very unlikely to be found I know but please send me a message. Photos below.

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 Snowy
Post #991824 8th May 2023 12:07pm
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bear100



Member Since: 22 Mar 2010
Location: South Wales
Posts: 1897

Wales 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Santorini Black
Very sad, will keep my eyes peeled.
I hope you get it back and in one piece
Bow down 2016 Range Rover Autobiography 4.4 TDV8
2010 110 XS Utility 2.4TDCI
2010 Range Rover Sport TDV8 (gone)
2007 Discovery HSE TDV6 (gone)
1993 110 csw 200 tdi (gone)
1994 90 HT 300 tdi (gone)
1994 discovery 300tdi (gone)
90 hybrid 3.5 v8 (gone)
Range rover bobtail 3.5 v8 (gone)
Post #991825 8th May 2023 12:22pm
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steveww



Member Since: 05 Jan 2022
Location: Uppingham
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United Kingdom 2015 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Bronze Green
Sorry to hear.

What anti-theft devices did you have fitted?
Post #991922 9th May 2023 10:17am
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dainger



Member Since: 08 Feb 2022
Location: Harpenden
Posts: 66

United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Corris Grey
Sorry to hear that. Will be very hard to replace given 1 owner and I’m sure we’ll loved and maintained, I bet the insurance won’t pay out adequately either. Really sorry to hear it.
Post #991924 9th May 2023 10:31am
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snowric



Member Since: 01 Aug 2011
Location: London
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United Kingdom 2009 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 XS CSW Galway Green
yep, I had just replaced the side steps, rear ladder as the powder coat on each was starting to fail and then done about half of my annual undercoat with waxoyl top up focusing on the bits that get eroded. Chassis was in amazing condition, rear cross member waxoyl and repainted annually.

So yes one owner and well-loved big shame.

However in its life it:

- took my wife to hospital when it was 1 month old and came back with her and our youngest
- took our pet pig Snout for emergency surgery to Royal Vet College in Harpenden
- took our youngest to hospital as there were no ambualnces during lock down when she developed severe pneumonia, she was ICU for a couple of weeks but made it home in the Landy of course
- countless holidays both tented and not to Ireland to see the family and South of France and Euro Disney
- took my neighbour Albert to his funeral as he wished - that was an honour
- ferried sheep goats and pigs to inner city school visits (my wife's projects)
- took pigs to on set filming
- carried countless bales of hay, pavers, sand, cement, wood, stuff on its roof (so no it wasn't a Chelsea tractor)


It was a bloody brilliant car and the only time it let us down - a bust turbo hose - we repaired it with an inner tuber, duct tape and cable ties and it made it home just fine, from Mont Ventoux....

THe planned trip around the coast of France and then the northern Med just isn't going to happen. Snowy
Post #992003 9th May 2023 9:16pm
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mini Anaconda



Member Since: 23 Aug 2016
Location: Thames Valley
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United Kingdom 
Sorry to hear that Big Cry
Did it have any security fitted?

Hopefully it surfaces in one piece. BORG - Bucks & Oxon 4x4 Response Group
Post #992006 9th May 2023 9:41pm
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HK07



Member Since: 15 Dec 2016
Location: Hampshire
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England 2007 Defender 90 Puma 2.4 HT Cairns Blue
So sorry to hear of this.

Hope to hear it surfaced sometime soon 2007 90 Puma - Love it - Best car I have ever owned.

1989 Ninety 200tdi - Love it - Second best car I have ever owned.

1951 80" Series 1 - Love it - Third best car I have ever owned.
Post #992080 10th May 2023 1:52pm
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Grenadier



Member Since: 23 Jul 2014
Location: The foot of Mont Blanc...
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France 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 DCPU Corris Grey
Any news? If nothing, have you got it out on all SM? Story like that (Wife, kids, pigs and Albert) would spread like wildfire. Try contacting local BBC News or Channel 5 etc. They all do ‘human’ interest stories at the end of their shows. Good luck. What utter utter c***s. And that word doesn’t include the letters O,C and K…. Whistle Monsieur Le Grenadier

I've not been everywhere, but it's on my list.....

2011 Puma 110DC - Corris Grey
Post #993000 17th May 2023 5:00pm
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GerrMac



Member Since: 22 May 2023
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What security if any did you have. Its worrying i have just bought a 90xs. I have optimill steering detachable and alarm sensor.
Post #994226 27th May 2023 4:35pm
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Ianh



Member Since: 17 Sep 2018
Location: Essex
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United Kingdom 
^^^^^^^^^^
Add a pedal lock to your armoury.

PS .I’m assuming you have the lockable boss to replace the steering wheel once it’s removed.
Post #994227 27th May 2023 5:28pm
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GerrMac



Member Since: 22 May 2023
Location: Perth
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Yes i have however no pedal lock yet
Post #994337 28th May 2023 8:41pm
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lightning



Member Since: 23 Apr 2009
Location: High Peak, Derbyshire
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steveww wrote:
Sorry to hear.

What anti-theft devices did you have fitted?



lt's a shame most owners don't respond to this question. lt would be really useful to build up a picture of which security products are effective, and which aren't.
Post #1001888 26th Jul 2023 6:49pm
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mini Anaconda



Member Since: 23 Aug 2016
Location: Thames Valley
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From being a member of Landywatch, usually no answer means no additional security fitted. Sad BORG - Bucks & Oxon 4x4 Response Group
Post #1001892 26th Jul 2023 7:10pm
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24heuer



Member Since: 21 Jul 2015
Location: Edinburgh
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Scotland 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 CSW Keswick Green
It's a fair point but from experience (my 110 defender was stolen in 2017) it's a tricky question to answer immediately after the vehicle's been pinched.
You don't want to be telling the thieves about any additional security they hadn't yet discovered (while they've parked it up somewhere waiting to see if the tracker's activated).
They also follow these sites.

At the time, you've also got a lot on your plate dealing with the cops, insurance, forums, social media, work, normal life etc etc so after the first 'my landy's been stolen' post there can be a bit of time and clutter in the thread since the question's asked and so it gets missed.



lightning wrote:
steveww wrote:
Sorry to hear.

What anti-theft devices did you have fitted?



lt's a shame most owners don't respond to this question. lt would be really useful to build up a picture of which security products are effective, and which aren't.
 Cheers,
Andy...
Edinburgh, Scotland
http://24heuer.com
Post #1001986 27th Jul 2023 1:18pm
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lightning



Member Since: 23 Apr 2009
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Fair enough l can see the logic in that.
Post #1002306 30th Jul 2023 6:38pm
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