The Classic Car Gallery is proud to present this 1982 Land Rover Series III 109. The truck makes a rugged statement with its hand painted Green Camouflage over Black Vinyl. Believed to be a military communications vehicle and still retaining its 24-Volt electrical system; this is very rare truck. She is a RIGHT HAND DRIVE 109 with a canvas soft top and rear bench seating. Overall the green paint gives the truck character and patina, and a unique finish that only comes from years of use; this finish would be difficult to replicate. The body and chassis are free of rust and the canvas soft top is in good shape with all loops and rope tie downs intact. The interior floors and supporting paneling are finished in the same green paint treatment as the exterior and has areas of peeling that add to the rugged weathered look. Mechanically, this truck is excellent, the 3.5L V8 starts up every time and makes great power and torque. The 4-speed transmission is a fully synchronized unit which shifts well; the transfer case operates as it should. She has dual fuel tanks, and all mechanical systems work as they should. The bulkheads are solid and the frame, often a weak point with these trucks, i
left-hand-drive 1982 land-rover series-3 109 black 4-speed rhd v8 british series
3266 Post Road
Fairfield, 6890, Alabama
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