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Land Rover Series 1, 2 and 3: Buying guide and review (1948-1985)

Land Rover Series 1, 2 and 3: Buying guide and review (1948-1985) Classic and Performance Car
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The name Land Rover has become synonymous with ruggedness and off-road ability, and it all started with the original Series I, II and III models. Rover set out to build a light agricultural vehicle, due to the fact that post-war rationing prioritised resources for companies building exportable machinery. 

Rover’s pre-war luxury cars were not in high demand, so they designed the Series I, inspired by the American Willys Jeep. It had an aluminium body due to the shortage of steel, and focussed on agricultural needs, with options such as the Power Take Off accessory allowing the attachment of farm machinery.

Initially intended for a short production run to get the Rover Company back on its feet, it ended up becoming a worldwide phenomenon, proving itself in the harshest and most inhospitable corners of the globe.

While the 90 and 110 that followed it look very similar, due to the ever-pressing constraints of modern motoring they do not have the same single mindedness to their design that sets the earlier Series cars apart. 
 
Which one to buy?
 
An early Series Land Rover is always going to be a hard-riding, tough-as-nails vehicle, whether you choose the first one that rolled off the production line or one of the last Series IIIs. The car’s agricultural roots are the overriding feature of any trip, so if you’re looking for a comfortable motorway cruiser, then this is not the vehicle for you. As a means of crossing a muddy bog or traversing a three-foot deep river in Africa however, there are few classic vehicles that can compare.

A large variety of body styles and engine choices were made available over the years, from short-wheelbase soft tops to long wheelbase 12-seaters. Series I models started off with a limited number of engine and body style options. The Series II versions were considered to be the most rugged while build quality on some of the Series III cars suffered during the labour strife in the ‘70s. 

It‘s common for cars to have parts installed from different years of production; some are intended to make regular usage more pleasurable such as an overdrive for less deafening highway driving, however modifications to the drivetrain should be checked thoroughly.

A number of military-spec Land Rovers were also built, modified to meet specific needs such as ambulances and infantry support vehicles. Forward Control variants were available in Series IIA and IIB versions. These models had the cabin over the front wheels to allow for an increased loading area. These are quite rare and many have been modified to improve their on-road performance.

Some of the more notable changes over the years were the introduction of the Rover V8 to the range in 1979, and an updated five-bearing crank for both petrol and diesel 2.25-litre engines in 1980. All models have leaf sprung suspension and except for the V8, selectable four-wheel drive. The ability to start them with a crank and an optional ‘power take off’ for accessories marks these vehicles out as serious machines, this can also mean that some have lead quite a hard life so be sure to check them over thoroughly to avoid any nasty surprises.
 
Performance and specs
 
1973 Series III 2.25 Petrol SWB 
Engine 2286cc 8valve OHV I4 
Power 70.5bhp @ 4000rpm
Torque 119lb ft @ 1500rpm
Top speed 68mph 
0-60mph 29.1 seconds 
Fuel consumption 15mpg 
Gearbox Four-speed manual
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Wheelbase 2235mm
Length 3620mm
Width 1676mm
Height 2007 mm
Weight 1380kg
 
Common problems
 
Parts are available for most of the Series models and working on these cars is a lot easier than tackling tasks on more modern machinery. Some engine and chassis restoration work is best left to the experts, so joining a Land Rover club is advisable.
 
• Bodywork is aluminium-based however corrosion can still occur at any points where the body panels come into contact with the steel chassis or other structural components

• Rust can occur around the bulkhead, footwells, rear cross members and front chassis legs.

• Engines in earlier cars can be problematic and Series II and III engines are an easy swap into earlier cars, so check the engine numbers for originality. Series II engines are easier to source and are more durable than earlier versions, but a Series 1 will be less valuable if unoriginal.

• 2.0-litre petrol engines prior to 1955 can suffer from blown head gaskets and the 2-litre diesel engines are known to crack cylinder heads. Oil usage between services and leaks are normal unless excessive. A low knocking sound may indicate a worn crankshaft and ill require an engine rebuild.

• Gearboxes work well when paired with earlier 1.6 and 2.0l engines however more powerful engines can put strain on them. Any post-1954 Series I cars can be upgraded to one of the newer gearboxes. Series II units seem to be the most hard wearing.
 
Model history
 
1948: Land Rover Series I launched with a 1.6-litre petrol engine producing 50bhp, on 80-inch chassis
1949: Station Wagon body style introduced with body by Tickford
1952: 2.0-litre petrol engine introduced. Four-wheel drive system changed to a more conventional setup
1954: Wheelbase on 80 inch model increased to 86 inches. Pick-up version introduced with 107 inch wheelbase, and upgraded 'spread bore' 2.0l petrol engine introduced with improved cooling
1955: 2.0-litre engine received another modification
1956: New Station Wagon models introduced on 107-inch wheelbase. Wheelbases extended on all models by two inches mid-year
1957: New modern 2.0-litre diesel engine introduced with 52bhp
1958: Land Rover Series II launched available in 88-inch and 109-inch wheelbases. 72bhp 2.25-litre petrol engine gradually replaces original 2.0-litre option. 12-seater Station Wagon variant introduced to take advantage of UK tax laws
1961: Land Rover Series IIA is introduced with most significant change being a 2.6-litre petrol engine option, initially only for export models. 2.25-litre Diesel engine producing 62bhp becomes available. Multiple body styles available in both SWB and LWB forms
1962: Forward Control version introduced with cab over front wheels and strengthened axles
1966: Series IIB Forward Control introduced with 2.25-litre diesel engine now an option
1967: 2.6-litre petrol engine introduced for LWB models
1968: 1 Ton 109 inch wheelbase model is introduced 
1969: Styling changes with headlamps moved inboard of wings on all variants
1971: Land Rover Series III launched with improvements to interior trim but minor exterior changes. 2.25-litre petrol engine gets an increased compression ratio. Synchromesh now available on all forward gears
1974: Land Rover's last year of sales in US market. Forward Control option ends production
1979: 3.5-litre V8 petrol engine fitted to the LWB Land Rover creating the ‘Stage 1’ 
1980: 2.25-litre petrol and 2.0-litre diesel engines receive five main bearing crankshafts and transmission and axle is strengthened
1982: County specification introduced with added luxury features. High Capacity Pick-Up introduced with 25 per cent larger load bay and uprated suspension
1985: Final Series III rolls off the production line marking the end of an impressive 37-year run
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
• www.lrsoc.com - Series 1 owners club
• www.series2club.co.uk - Series 2 owners club
• www.thelandroverclub.co.uk - Series 3 owners club
• www.paddockspares.com - Series 2 and 3 spares and parts source
 
Summary and prices
 
Prices start at around £3000 for useable a useable example, do not be tempted by prices much lower than this because a Land Rover that is in bad condition can lead to a frustrating and expensive ownership experience. Fully restored cars, especially ones with upgraded running gear can go for up to £ 20000-00 and totally original early Series cars can top £ 30000-00, but many very useable examples can be found for much less than this .The early cars are both MOT and Tax exempt which can help towards keeping running costs manageable. 
 
These early Series Land Rovers are a rolling piece of motoring history, they refreshingly do not try to be all things to all people and can still provide a great ownership experience for those who are looking for a very capable go anywhere vehicle.
 
Words: John Tallodi // Pictures: Dennis Images
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Last updated: 30th Nov 2015
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  • Land Rover Series 1

    £27,500 £27,500

    This car was acquired by Aston Workshop around 10 years ago. The previous owner Mark Dixon (editor of Octane magazine) used this vehicle often and even took it on a courageous expedition to Iceland. Despite the car having additions for its expedition it is in remarkably original condition. The bulkhead and chassis both have matching numbers, 26101251. The engine number is 26107334 which is the same year and possibly the original engine from the factory. Iceland Expedition
 At moment there is little information or pictures about the expedition but they are coming soon! We believe it may even have been featured in Octane magazine.
The Iceland trip meant that the engine’s original fan was removed and replaced by an electric fan, this allowed the engine to heat up faster in cold temperatures by using a thermostatic control.
In addition the windscreen water bottle is inside the vehicle to prevent it from freezing. Electrics The electrical system has been renovated to excellent working order. “Like new parts” include the wiring loom, ignition coil and voltage regulator, plus a new battery will be installed upon sale. Chassis, axels and suspension
 Chassis is patch and rust free. It’s in

    • Year: 1952
    • Mileage: 27500 mi
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  • 1968 Land Rover Series IIA Safari

    £29,995 £29,995

    This is a truly wonderful find and offers an unrepeatable opportunity. This original Land Rover 109 LWB has covered a genuine 89000 miles and comes with a full history since 1969. Our Land Rover has huge provenance and comes with a fabulous file detailing the vehicles usage, maintenance and interesting stories. It was supplied new in 1968 but soon changed hands and was purchased by five medical students in London and Belfast. OWD 934F was taken to North Africa in 1968 on a University first year summer vacation. Correspondence in the file confirms the Land Rover was a brilliant, reliable vehicle through North Africa and one of the students recalls servicing it twice on the trip, the second being carried out on the beach near Rabat in Morocco. The last meal with the Landy is also recorded, in a lay by near Paris late at night as they had decided to drive through the night to make the early morning ferry back to the UK. Photos and stories from the adventure are present in the history file. The Land Rover presents as a true time warp. Externally the paintwork survives in original condition and looks fabulous. There are certainly blemishes but the externals can only be admired consideri

    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 89000 mi
    For sale
  • Land Rover 88 Series III

    POA POA

    - First registered in Aug 1982 and showing 9 previous keepers - Described by the vendor as being in "original" condition - Offered with V5C and an MOT certificate into February 2018

    • Year: 1982
    For sale
  • 1955 Land Rover 88 Series II Station Wagon

    $34,500(£28,196.85) $34,500(£28,196.85)

    Those of us in the car business love to throw around words like “Iconic”, “Legendary” and “Archetypal”. Perhaps it is because, as enthusiasts we feel so passionate about our favorite machines that we resort to trusty superlatives to describe them – however deserving (or not) the car may be of such praise. But there are some vehicles that pass beyond the borders of our beloved hobby and earn themselves a place as cultural icons. Usually, this comes courtesy of groundbreaking styling, sporting success, or in the case of the Land Rover, through faithful service in war and in the hands of those working the most rugged corners of Earth. The Land Rover was directly inspired by another cultural icon – the Jeep. Rover’s chief engineer Maurice Wilks, working on his family farm alongside his brother (and Rover’s Managing Director) Spencer, developed a prototype in 1947 based on a leftover Jeep chassis. The idea was for a vehicle that could serve in a military setting, or provide versatile and inexpensive transport for farmers and tradespeople. When it was introduced a year later, the Land Rover would become a near instant success. The chassis was a robust steel ladder-type with a full-time four-wheel-drive system. Due to post-war steel shortages, the body was constructed from aluminum which was much easier to source at the time. One notable benefit was that the body didn’t suffer from serious rust that similar steel bodies would. All early Land Rovers were painted varying shades of drab green – quite literally surplus paint used to finish aircraft cockpits during WWII. Initially, a 1600 cc petrol engine powered the Land Rover, with a 2000 cc diesel offered from 1957. Throughout production, a wide variety of body styles and configurations were offered to suit just about any imaginable situation. For farmers and industry, countless aftermarket PTO accessories could transform the trusty Landie into virtually any type of machine needed in the field. Its incredible toughness, dependability and versatility earned the Land Rover a place as one of the most valuable tools in a tradesman’s arsenal. For 1958, the Series II followed up on the foundation the first series had built. The speadbore four-cylinder petrol engine displaced 2.25 liters, and a revised 2.0 liter diesel became an ever more popular option. The Series II featured slightly revised styling and a raft of subtle improvements such as a wider track and improved suspension. Available in pickup, open top, or station wagon variants and with an 88” or 109” wheelbase, the Series II continued the tradition of amazing versatility and flexibility. It found favor around the globe, serving owners on virtually every continent. This charming 1961 Series II Land Rover is a short wheelbase (88”) station wagon that presents in very original condition. This right-hand drive wagon is delightfully well-preserved, showing what appears to be maybe one paint job in its lifetime, which now exhibits a wonderful patina that is perfectly appropriate for an old Land Rover. There are a few battle scars and a dent or two in the alloy body, which just adds to the appeal – like a well-used tool. Robust bumpers are fitted front and rear, and the plain white wheels are unadorned, with no frivolous trim or wheel covers. The spare wheel is mounted on the hood in traditional Land Rover fashion. Thanks to the four jump seats in the rear compartment, this little Landie will seat seven passengers. It seems almost absurd how today’s bulbous, oversized crossovers and SUV’s grow to enormous proportions to accommodate seven seats, when this little Landie can do it in the span of just an 88” wheelbase. Of course, a certain degree of comfort is sacrificed in the name of practicality, but it is still a testament to the efficient packaging of the original design. Passenger capacity aside, the interior is all business, yet presents in good order with tough gray vinyl covering the seats. The fixed rear roof features safari windows for some extra light and the front door windows are simple Perspex sliders. It is fitted with an optional heater and windscreen wipers should one encounter properly British weather while bouncing through a field. The engine bay is tidy and exhibits signs of maintenance, though it is pure function over form. The legendary 2.25 petrol engine runs strong and is a joy to motor around, perched high on the driver’s seat, peering through the split ‘screen. It isn’t fast, and the engine isn’t particularly sonorous, but there is a joy to driving and old Land Rover like this. While it is always nice to have a car that is fully restored and returned to showroom new condition, there is just something more appealing about a Landie in this kind of condition; a tough old machine that is proud to work and proud to show off the scars it’s earned through its life. s.

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  • Land Rover Series III 2.286 Diesel Hard Top

    £18,000 £18,000

    1981 Land Rover Series III 2.286 Diesel Hard Top Full Body off restoration In Marine Ble with Limestone roof sides an wheels Galvanised chassis Axles sand blasted stripped and rebuilt with new bearings and seals then repainted Healthy engine referred pump new injectors and heater plugs fully repainted in oven baked in 2 pack New Parts Outer wings O/S door top and bottom with new glass and all seals N/S door top and bottom with new glass and all seals rear door complete door hinge set with stainless bolt kit O/S and N/S rear quarter panels complete rubber seals for door etc side steps mud flaps X4 Exhaust Front Bumper Galvanised All iron work re galvanised including front panel Alternator Full engine hose kit Battery head lamps & full light kit Sills Floor footwells and muck guards Mirrors Door Handles x 3 Parabolic springs X4 All brake pikes Brake Pads and Cylinders Ball joint and truck rods four new brake drums Battery - tool box replaced Seal box sides Dash top and bottom in black leather New seats x 3 seat belts rear load mat Heavy duty foot well mats in rubber Original clock Front vent seals Scren seals Refurbished wheels New tyres under rear body rails replaced Hub end caps En

    • Year: 1981
    • Mileage: 82000 mi
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  • 1955 Land Rover Series I 107

    £29,995 £29,995

    This stunning, fully rebuilt Series I Land Rover 107 was built on the 16th December 1955 and was supplied for the RHD Home Market. VXS 198 was finished Grey from the factory and sold new by Spurling Motor Bodies Ltd, Colchester, Essex. We have a British Motor Industry Heritage Certificate confirming a 2 litre petrol engine was Factory Fitted Equipment and the Label (line) number of the vehicle was 617. The Land Rover has spent the majority of its life in a warm climate, coming back to the UK from Malta during 2016. From paperwork with the vehicle, we believe this Pick Up was exported to Malta in 1964 and has had seven owners before coming back to the UK. During 2016 the Land Rover was shipped back to the UK and has since been MOT tested and re-registered so is now back on UK plates. VXS 198 is beautifully finished and has been subject of a major restoration in Malta. The Land Rover has had very little use since and has come to us in stunning order. The paint finish and bodywork is exceptional, the underside gleaming with a beautiful chassis and underbody. The interior has been fully re-trimmed and the 'Landy' mechanically overhauled. Having not been used since restoration, £2300 ha

    • Year: 1955
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  • Land Rover Series 111

    £6,999 £6,999

    Tow Pack, Cloth Upholstery, Colour Coded Body, 4x4, Part service history 1973 LAND ROVER LIGHT WEIGHT, FULL RENOVATION, 12 MTHS MOTThis vehicle is currently in our workshops and the engine is being removed to cure large oil leaks plus all new brakes and many other parts being fitted, will be complete early 2015.

    • Mileage: 60811 mi
    • Engine size: 2286
    For sale
  • 1969 Land Rover IIA Hardtop 2.25

    POA POA

    (SOLD) This vehicle was one of the last production runs in late 1968, and was therefore titled as a 1969 due to its delivery date, but bears all the specifications of a 1968 Land Rover. It has had minimal owners since new and previously received a frame off restoration with all systems gone through and documented with photos. It has been maintained in its original condition. The body is all aluminum, fitted with galvanized steel bracing for protection, a heavy box frame for strength, high gear range and rear wheel drive for open road cruising, low gear range for climbing and descending with 4 wheel drive for still more traction. It has been recently serviced by Land Rover professionals as documented by receipts. It is accompanied by an original tool kit, owners’ manuals, instruction booklet, photo album of restoration, and original brochures. This is a true classic all-terrain vehicle that is very sought after for its rarity, and collectability.

    • Year: 1969
    • Mileage: 5833 mi
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  • 1981 Land Rover Series 3 Diesel – 36,200 miles from new !

    £22,500 £22,500

    HYT 746W – 1981 Land Rover Series 3 Diesel – 36,200 miles from new ! It is extremely rare to find a good Diesel Series Land Rover – Most were used commercially (often on farms) when new, and few survive in good condition. Many others have had engine conversions with more modern diesel engines – which vary in quality and can be difficult to insure or find correct spares for. Also – the value in these old Land Rovers is in originality – having the “wrong” engine in would have a detrimental effect on future values. This particular example is a great survivor – having just emerged from 22 years in storage and has undergone a sympathetic re-commissioning, which included: Full respray inside and out in original colour (Marine Blue) Rust free chassis (paint finish – not daubed in thick layers of under seal) Rust free bulkhead New door tops and bottoms New deluxe vinyl front seats Brakes completely overhauled Pirelli 205 x 16 tyres (not cheap remolds !) Currently configured as a hard top, but as always with the versatility of the Land Rover design, could be converted to 7 seater with side windows, soft top or even pick up if required – please ask for details. If you are looking for an exce

    • Year: 1981
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  • 1979 Land Rover Series 3 – Fully Rebuilt – Galvanized Chassis

    £29,995 £29,995

    This Land Rover has been in the same family since it was 6 months old. Originally purchased by Mr Yates Senior on 10.10.1979 it passed to Mr Yates junior in 1994. That equates to one family ownership for 37 years ! In addition to great provenance, this Land Rover has also undergone a full rebuild which has included: Galvanized chassis – fully waxoil protected rebuilt 2286cc 5 bearing petrol engine rebuilt gearbox Turner engineering performance and unleaded cyl head military (aluminium) door tops Fairey Overdrive Fairey Free Wheel Hubs New canvas hood County spec front seats (caviar cloth) 7.50 x 16 tyres – with correct speedo Deluxe bonnet – with dish and bonnet mounted spare Parabolic springs sound proofing mat Genuine rear mudflaps rear bench seats Reconditioned axles overhauled steering components All new brakes New door bottoms Electrics overhauled – including new loom The restoration is topped off with a quality respray inside and out in traditional Land Rover Pastel green. This Land Rover has been built to last another lifetime and is looking for a new family One of the very best you will ever see.

    • Year: 1979
    For sale
  • 1972 Series III – 109 ” Searle 4 Berth Carawagon.

    £19,995 £19,995

    LPD 606K – 1972 Series III – 109 ” Searle 4 Berth Carawagon. 2286cc 4cyl Petrol 3 Owners From New 165,000 Miles Very original condition Free Road Tax – Tax Exempt Classic Car Insurance One of the Rarer Land Rover Conversions – This is a genuine “Civilian” 4 berth Carawagon (Manufactured by Searle / Carawagon International Ltd). As well as being in stunning unspoilt condition, this Land Rover is backed up by the largest history file I have ever seen. When I say “Too much to describe” – I really mean it. There are log books by the original owner (1972 to 2009 / 1000 to 156,00 miles) stating in detail every bit of maintenance carried out – there is a fuel log for the same period, noting every drop of fuel, and calculations for the fuel economy calculated tank by tank, and also year by year (average 18.71mpg over the period). Also included with the Land Rover are: The original build cards from land Rover – rare to find in their own right. Original letters (5) from “Carawagon” during the period of the order for the Land Rover. The original (Itemised) conformation of the order and of course the original Invoice from Carawagon – again itemised, showing all the additional items ordered at

    • Year: 1972
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  • Land Rover Series I 86 2.0L Petrol

    £12,000 £12,000

    1954 Land Rover Series 1 86, 2.0L Petrol In Green with Bekini Top, New seats, Original Reg No. from new, Says on buff log book, Loads of old receipts and MoTs, Very solid original VIN tags, Radiator tag, Smiths heater, Does run wants a good service, Would P/X with Defender balance either way £12000 Please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. Please let us know the vehicle you are enquiring about. Between 3 and 12 characters. Between 3 and 60 characters. Must be a valid email address. Between 5 and 100 characters. Between 3 and 100 characters. Min 5, max 5000 characters. Please complete the captcha. Copyright © 2017 Silkstone 4x4. All Rights Reserved.

    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 66000 mi
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  • Land Rover Series 111

    £9,995 £9,995

    Tow Pack Two owners, last owner for 29 years. Fitted from new with a very rare Tropical roof. Just refurbished with new brakes and springs after 10 years in storage. New canvas tilt. * Viewing available 9am-5pm Mon-Sat only *

    • Mileage: 106000 mi
    • Engine size: 2286
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  • Land Rover Series 111

    £6,999 £6,999

    Tow Pack, Cloth Upholstery, Colour Coded Body, 4x4, Part service history 1973 LAND ROVER LIGHT WEIGHT, FULL RENOVATION, 12 MTHS MOTThis vehicle is currently in our workshops and the engine is being removed to cure large oil leaks plus all new brakes and many other parts being fitted, will be complete early 2015.

    • Mileage: 60811 mi
    • Engine size: 2286
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  • Land Rover Series III 2.25 Factory County Station Wagon

    £17,500 £17,500

    1982 Land Rover Series 3 Factory County Station Wagon, Petrol, super runner, in arrow red, with cloth trim, 6 seats, cubby box, new footwells, pair of wings, 2 complete doors including glass, seals and handles, rear door, sills, all new lights, blasted and refurbished and painted axles, new brake pipes and flexis, safari roof in perfect condition, free wheeling hubs, overdrive new set of wolf wheels and tyres, mud flaps x 4, muck shields replaced, marshland galvanised chassis, new parabolic springs x 4, new shocks brake pipe x lexis, polybrushed, waxoyled chassis, just going through a major refurb comes fully serviced & MoT, 5 owners only covered 43258 miles £17500.00 WE CAN DELIVER NATIONWIDE PLEASE ASK FOR QUOTE Please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. Please let us know the vehicle you are enquiring about. Between 3 and 12 characters. Between 3 and 60 characters. Must be a valid email address. Between 5 and 100 characters. Between 3 and 100 characters. Min 5, max 5000 characters. Please complete the captcha. Copyright © 2017 Silkstone 4x4. All Rights Reserved.

    • Year: 1982
    • Mileage: 43258 mi
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  • Land Rover Series III 88 2.25 Petrol factory station wagon

    £20,000 £20,000

    1974 Land Rover Series III Petrol factory station wagon with Safari roof in Sand Stone, with black trim, 7 seats, FWH, overdrive fitted, taxation class historic vehicle, No road tax to pay, must be one of the best series III's available, chassis never been repaired had waxoyled on the chassis from new, we fit new springs, shocks, poly bush, major service and MoT, new mud flaps x4, 1st owner 36 years 2nd over 5 years which he had only taken it to the Land Rover Shows, covered 3000 miles in the past 5 years, 1 former keeper only covered 63600 miles you won't find a better genuine series 3 ready £20000.00 WE CAN DELIVER NATIONWIDE PLEASE ASK FOR QUOTE Please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. Please let us know the vehicle you are enquiring about. Between 3 and 12 characters. Between 3 and 60 characters. Must be a valid email address. Between 5 and 100 characters. Between 3 and 100 characters. Min 5, max 5000 characters. Please complete the captcha. Copyright © 2017 Silkstone 4x4. All Rights Reserved.

    • Year: 1974
    • Mileage: 63600 mi
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  • Land Rover Series 111

    £4,999 £4,999

    Tow Pack, Cloth Upholstery, Colour Coded Body, 4x4, Part service history 1973 LAND ROVER LIGHT WEIGHT, FULL RENOVATION, 12 MTHS MOTThis vehicle is currently in our workshops and the engine is being removed to cure large oil leaks plus all new brakes and many other parts being fitted, will be complete early 2015.

    • Mileage: 60811 mi
    • Engine size: 2286
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