If Land Rover made an aircraft would you fly in it? Why/Why Not?
No, because even if you were able to make a successful flight, there’d be so much oil on the runway you could never land.
Tell us a little about your background, your career, and where you live.
I’ve been a photographer for nearly a decade. I linked up with Rovers North to start doing product work for them. I became deeply involved with the company, and more importantly the brand. I live in Vermont, where there is a variety of trails to be driven, and fish to be caught.
How many Land Rovers have you owned and which was your favorite?
I have only owned 2 Land Rovers. 2002 D2, and now my 1995 D1. The D1 is far more desirable. The 300tdi is the correct engine for that vehicle, and the 5 speed is right at home.
What’s the best thing about owning a Land Rover?
What’s the worst thing about owning a Land Rover?
Long distance highway travel.
Been on an adventure? – tell us about it
I’ve been on many adventures in Rovers. Exploring the Grand Canyon, Telluride, Moab, deep Maine woods, etc. You can literally go anywhere.
If you could ask Land Rover for a particular type of vehicle what would it be?
A re-release of the 06 ROW (Rest of the world) 300tdi trucks. The last year before the puma.
What upgrades/modifications does your Land Rover have?
300tdi, 5 speed, Air lockers, 4.11s, D/C shafts, RTE/Fox suspension, the works…
If you were on safari which three (living or dead or fictional) people would you pick to bring along?
Brandon Rabbie, can’t go anywhere without that guy.
Probably Sinuhe Xavier, a safari needs a proper photographer.
Also probably Adam Check, because of his recently acquired skill of fly fishing.
Join Zack and the rest of the Rovers North crew as they compete in the cooking challenges at the Muddy Chef. Also, Rovers North has provided sweet prizes and gift certificates for the competition.
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