No, but then I am not trained to travel down any road at 150 mph...
I admit to having reached 120/125 mph in my common-or-garden Merc CLK soft
top, but only for a few seconds at a time, given the traffic conditions, but
even that was a near-death situation in that one small 'problem' (sudden
sideways gust, unexpected movement of another car etc) could have led to a
Range Rovers certainly have the aerodynamics of a barn and in those days the
high-speed handling of a hand-cart but, as you say, they were meant more for
lower-speed country work.
Bricks on wheels are still being built but are driven by drives who expect
sleekly-styled performance and fuel consumption...
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