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  • Land Rover Series III

    £14,995

    A Rare Opportunity to Acquire an Exceptionally Original, Unmolested & Very Desirable Series III Land Rover 88" Genuine County Station Wagon. This vehicle featured in Classic Land Rover Magazine earlier this year and is on the front cover!! Just 69,472 miles from new. First registered 8th October 1982. Unique in such good original condition and we think this is one of the lowest mileage best original county station wagon examples available. To find an unmolested example has become very hard, but to find one that has only covered sixty-nine thousand miles, retains all of its original panels, its original chassis, engine, gearbox and interior. BODYWORK The body work is very straight and is way above the average 34-year-old Series III Land Rover. It has benefited from a light polish and wax on all panels. The wheels are finished in Limestone, which is factory correct for a 1982 County Station Wagon. The underside has not been covered in underseal but preserved in new clean oil, you can still see the factory overspray under the wings and rear body this is exactly how they left the factory. No welding is required anywhere on this vehicle and it is ready to go. A few marks have been touched in with a touch up brush over the years but nothing considerably noticeable that requires any attention in the near future. INTERIOR Exemplary - by far the best original Land Rover Series III it still has its original Land Rover fitted floor mats. Which really helps keep the road noise down in the cab. The original factory fitted cloth front seat backs are in good condition as are the bases except for a small tear on one of the rear seat bases, they have never been replaced and are the original and have become very hard to source. Therefore finding a vehicle which has all it's interior complete is rare. Door cards to the front doors are original factory items and are complete and are in great condition. Sun visors that are perfect. As is the headlining. The dash is unmarked with no cracks or sun damage. A Radio has been fitted with speakers which have all been done in a period fashion and suit the vehicle well. The rest of the dashboard had been left unmolested. All windows open, all the window channels are good and because the vehicle has been kept under cover not rusted away as so often is the case. UNDER THE BONNET One of the best original engine bays we have seen on a Series 3, extremely clean with original stickers still in place. The original 2.2.5 petrol engine runs very well and with the overdrive engaged 70mph is easily achievable. Original paint to engine block which has the later 5 bearing crank and so is a very smooth and powerful engine. ON THE ROAD The factory fitted engine busts into life on the turn of the key. It is apparent that this is a vehicle that has been maintained and covered low mileage it runs as quiet and smooth as any Series Land Rover that we have ever had. A joy to drive and such fun, the vehicle will be supplied with a 12-month MOT with no advisories. Four-wheel drive and low range engage, as they should. The gears change up and down as they should which is a good sign of its light use over the years. It is also complete with Fairey Free Wheeling Hubs and a Fairey overdrive which all function correctly and improves the fuel consumption and drivability. SUMMARY This is an unmolested and original Series 3 County Station Wagon in immaculate original condition. All the numbers match - the chassis numbers on the plates are the same as on the log book registration document and that stamped on the chassis itself. This is one of the best low mileage and original Series 3 we have seen. In a very rare colour combination not many vehicle were made like this. The vehicle is complete with old mots, bills for work and servicing, original county advertisement and the April 2016 issue of Classic Land Rover Magazine where the vehicle features on the front page. This Land Rover has obviously been cared for and cherished by its previous owners. What you see is what you get. Please do not expect absolutely pristine as the vehicle is 34 years old. However, you will have to go a long way to find a better vehicle. VALUE Low mileage, history, condition, and originality will contribute greatly to the value of any classic. Anybody can restore a Land Rover to a certain standard however you can't make anymore-original low mileage vehicles and so for that reason these vehicles are becoming increasingly harder to find and so any opportunity to buy one shouldn't be missed. Opportunities to purchase a genuine county station wagon don't often come up so please don't miss this one. http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk Any trail or inspection welcome, Credit and debit cards accepted, Delivery can also be arranged, P/X welcome, Any enquires please call 078255 87155.

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1982
    • Mileage: 69000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.3
    For sale
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  • Land Rover Defender

    £12,750

    Land Rover Defender 90 2.4TDi County 3 Previous Owners HIGH SPEC Factory County Hardtop. 2007/07 Heated seats, Electric Windows, Central Locking, General Grabber All Terrain Tyres, Lots of Extras County Roof, Gloss Black Pack, Boost Alloys, Cloth Heated Seats, Gloss Black Side Steps, Tow Bar. Gloss Black Arches, Gloss Black Roof, Bumper, Crossmember, Grilles, Intakes, Mirrors and Side Steps. 6 Speed Manual Gearbox, Full Grey County headlining and sun visors. Centre cubby box, Spare wheel, Mud flaps, Tow-Bar with Electrics, Heated Rear screen, Clear Side Repeaters and Clear Indicators, Stop/Tail Lights and Side Lights. Sports steering wheel, Genuine rear Land Rover rubber load space floor protector. Radio/CD player. Alarm, Immobiliser. This vehicle is a great spec and looks fantastic it's a real head-turner. It must been seen to be appreciated. The vehicle has a full Service History and was last serviced 6,000 miles ago. The previous keeper decided to part with the vehicle as he know longer needed a spare vehicle and hand't use the vehicle much in the last 12 months. The Land Rover will been supplied with a full 12 month Mot. This car has always been maintained and well serviced regardless of cost. Oil under body treatment protection. The chassis and bulkhead are solid the vehicle runs and drives great this vehicle really is in great condition overall. This vehicle represents good value for such an honest and well looked after example. £12,750 plus VAT. Please feel free to call me anytime on 078255 87155 if any questions. Try our new free valuations service http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk/valuations/ http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk Any trail or inspection welcome, Credit and debit cards accepted, Competitive Finance and Delivery can also be arranged, P/X welcome, Any enquires please call 078255 87155.

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 2007
    • Mileage: 90000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.4
    For sale
  • Land Rover Series IIA

    £16,995

    1969 Land Rover Series 2A Short Wheel Base Hard Top. This is one of the first built with the headlights in the wings. This lovely restoration that has been subject to a ground up rebuild which has included a new galvanised chassis. The restorer also decided to incorporate a 200 Tdi engine into the rebuild which makes modern day use much more bearable particularly in traffic and on motorways. The upgrades are all very substantial and have been incorporated into the rebuild very well. The vehicle will be supplied with 11 months mot and also has the benefits of being tax exempt. Which is a saving of over £200 per year. The vehicle was purchased by the previous keeper in October 2012 as a winter project. A galvanised chassis was purchased and was painted black to aid anti corrosion and to look original as galvanising will only last so long without protection. The axle casings were shotblasted and painted. Then rebuilt with all new brake parts, drums, shoes, master cylinders, seals, brake pipes, shock absorbers. The front axles were uprgaded with long wheel base front axle brakes (bigger size drum and shoes) also a new Servo was fitted along with new chrome swivels, seals and track rod ends. The donor vehicle for the engine was from a Green 3 door Discovery 200Tdi that had succumbed to rust. The 200 Tdi Engine from the Discovery showing only 94000 miles which is hardly anything for such a reliable and bulletproof engine, a new timing belt and rear crank oil seal were fitted. Along with a new clutch and a rebuilt gearbox. The vehicle fires at the turn of a key there is no smoke on start up and it pulls very well. Please study the engine bay pictures this is one of the best 200 Tdi engine conversion you will find in a Series 2a complete with the original turbo. Minor repairs were done to the bodywork, new foot wells and door pillars. Then waxoiled with new galvanised sill rails. 2 New front doors were fitted with Series 3 wing mirrors which improves visibility. The vehicle has also benefited from a new windscreen, rear door glass and stainless steel side exit exhaust. All the electrics were re-wired with new lights and indicators, an electric radiator fan with switch on instrument panel. (The viscous fan cannot be used due to the engine location and bodywork.) While the vehicle was fully dismantled, windscreen frame, body cappings and grille was re Galvanised. He went to the trouble of rebuilding the rear tub floor with new galvanised cross memebers and a new floor! So no fear of corrosion coming through in the future. No expense has been spared. The vehicle was then fully repainted in Marine Blue with a Limestone roof and matching wheels. MOT Tested till Oct 2017 with no advisories The MOT Tester commented that the brake efficiency/balance was the best he'd seen on a series Land Rover! A tow bar is fitted with 7 pin electrics. To his dismay his family who own a very well known and reputable Land Rover Parts Company fitted an RDS radio with USB ports and also with two speakers this is the only creature comfort fitted to this Land Rover. Photos really don't do this vehicle justice, it's strongly advised that you call and arrange a viewing. After the rebuild the vehicle has had little use, no towing just pottering about and garaged every night. Please note this Land Rover is a very good restoration and conversion and is by far one of the best we have ever had the pleasure of owning. The attention to detail really is a credit to the restorer and the way he has incorporated the upgrades to make the vehicle more drivable whilst retaining the original look of the vehicle until you open the bonnet. A test drive is highly recommended. This vehicle should give many years of happiness to its new owner. This is one of the best examples presently on the market that isn't over £20,000.

    Last update: About 1 Month Old
    • Year: 1969
    • Mileage: 72000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.5
    For sale
  • Land Rover 90

    £8,995

    Land Rover 90 1985 Softop Very Original 2 Previous Owners (Defender) A Rare Opportunity to Acquire an Exceptionally Original, Unmolested & Very Desirable 1985 Land Rover 90 Short Wheel Base. Supplied new in 1985 the first owner kept the vehicle until 1987, Mrs Parry then purchased and owned it until 1997 (10 years) the last owner had the vehicle until this year (19 years) when the vehicle came into our care. The vehicle has remained in North Wales since 1987 and so has been a locally owned vehicle for many years with very few careful owners hence it's very unmolested original condition. You don't often see many Early Land Rover 90's still in soft top configuration. To find an unmolested example has become very hard, but to find one that has had just two previous owners, retains all of its original panels and its original chassis, all of its original factory paint finish well that's unheard of.............. BODYWORK When we acquired B124 MKB with the exception of a light damage to the rear quarter panel and a few very minor scratches there was no damage on the vehicle. The body and paint finish is 100% original, and way above the average 31 year old Land Rover. However, B124 MKB is not your average 90 Land Rover, it is extraordinary. The wheels are finished in Limestone, which is factory correct for a 1985 Land Rover in Trident Green. We also went for the contrasting Sand canvas which we believe would have been the original colour canvas supplied. The rivets on the rear panels were never finished in body colour when they left the factory this is how it remains on this vehicle. The bulkhead is exceptionally solid and original, in fact as good as we have ever seen including both original footwells. The underside has been steam cleaned and then waxoyled to preserve the original chassis. You can still see the factory overspray under the wings and rear body this is exactly how they left the factory. No welding is required anywhere on this vehicle and it is now ready to go. INTERIOR Exemplary - by far the best original Land Rover 90. The original style front seats have been replaced are are identical to the originals which we have removed. The dash is unmarked with no cracks there are no additional holes anywhere. No signs of a radio ever fitted. The rest of the dashboard has been left unmolested, the original cigarette lighter is present. The door cards are very good and match the black vinyl seats. All the lights work on the dash board as they should. The original protective covering is still over the plate on the bulkhead which shows the transfer box operations. The load area is very clean and straight. UNDER THE BONNET One of the cleanest engine bays we have seen on a early 90. Original paint to engine block. It has the correct 2.5 litre engine which has plenty of power and is has much more power than the previous 2.25 engine. Factory fitted inner mud shields unusually still both in place and are intact. ON THE ROAD The factory fitted engine busts into life on the turn of the key. It is apparent that this is a vehicle that has been maintained and once warm runs as quiet and smooth as any early Land Rover that we have ever had. A joy to drive and such fun, the vehicle will be supplied with a full 12-month MOT with no advisories. Four wheel drive and low range engage, as they should. The gears change up and down as they should it has a very quiet gearbox which is a good sign of its light use and good maintenance over the years. It is much easier to drive than a Series 3 and is a good alternative for any buyer looking for a more usable classic Land Rover. SUMMARY B124 MKB is an unmolested early LR 90 Softop in immaculate original condition. It is by far the best early 90 we have ever seen and has taken some consideration not to keep it in our own collection. This is one of the best two previous owner and original untouched 90's we have ever had the opportunity to own with a very nice history. This Land Rover has obviously been cared for and cherished by its owner and no expense spared on maintenance. It is a very solid example that requires no work and is ready to use and enjoy. What you see is what you get. B124 MKB will look great in any collection along side a 1948 Series 1 80" or a 2015 Land Rover Defender Heritage. The vehicle retains much of its original paint finish - albeit with a few aged dings, scratches and marks. Please therefore do not expect absolutely pristine. However, you will have to go a long way to find a better vehicle. Try our new free valuations service http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk/valuations/ http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk Any trail or inspection welcome, Credit and debit cards accepted, Delivery can also be arranged, P/X welcome, Any enquires please call 078255 87155.

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 99 mi
    • Engine size: 2.5
    For sale
  • Land Rover Series III

    £9,995

    Land Rover Series 3 88" 1983 Hardtop with Side windows Diesel 65,000 Miles SNY 150Y – 1983 Land Rover Series 3 Hardtop with 65,000 miles from new. SNY has only covered 65,000 miles from new. It has had four previous owners of which a majority have owned the vehicle for long periods of time. The vehicle has been in South Wales area for the last 30 years. The vehicle comes complete with it's original owners manual and supplement for 1982 models. Also the original Leyland service book is with the vehicle something we never see. Showing all the services from 1,000 miles in 1983 right the way through to 48,000 miles in 1991 when the book ends due to no more pages. This proves the genuine mileage of the vehicle along with the mot history. It is in one of favourite colour combinations Light Grey with the Limestone Wheels and hardtop it looks fantastic. To find an unmolested example has become very hard, but to find one that has had just five owners, only covered sixty-five thousand miles, retains all of its original panels, its original chassis, engine, gearbox is becoming very hard. The bodywork on SNY is immaculate and all the panels are straight with no dents or scraps. The interior has benefited from new front seats and matching rear bench seats. It was also important to us that we kept as many original parts of the vehicle as we could as this wasn’t intended to be a fully restoration but a preservation the vehicle is remarkably original. It still retains all it's original triplex glass which is all marked with the vehicle's registration number. The dash is unmarked with no cracks or sun damage. All windows open, all the window channels are good and because the vehicle has been kept under cover not rusted away as so often is the case. The load area is exceptionally clean and doesn't show any sights of heavy use and is presented with a rubber mat and a pair of rear bench seats. SNY 180Y has one of the best original engine bays we have seen on a Series 3, extremely clean with original stickers still in place. The diesel engine fires up and drives very well there is no smoke once the engine is warm, as so often is the case with other diesel Series 3's. The block still has it’s original paint as does the head. This is the later five bearing crank engine. The factory fitted engine busts into life on the turn of the key. It is apparent that this is a vehicle that has been maintained and covered low mileage it runs as quiet and smooth as any Series Land Rover that we have ever had. A joy to drive and such fun, the vehicle will have a full 12-month MOT from the day of sale. The current mot expires at the end of the month. Four wheel drive and low range engage, as they should. The gears change up and down as they should it has a very quiet gearbox which is a good sign of it's light use over the years. It will be supplied fully serviced including engine, filter, main gearbox, transfer box, overdrive, diffs ad swivels. Almost all Series Land Rovers we have had drip a little oil, some quite a lot, SNY 150Y is the exception though no drips of oil to speak of even after standing for days in the same place. The steering is as it should be and the vehicle doesn't wonder on the road like some series vehicles do. All the tyres are have been replaced and are brand new Lassa Tyres including the spare. This is a very honest 33-year-old Series Land Rover. You will have to go a long way to find a better vehicle. Anything on this Land Rover that required attention has been done it is now faultless. Try our new free valuations service http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk/valuations/ http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk Any trail or inspection welcome, Credit and debit cards accepted, Delivery can also be arranged, P/X welcome, Any enquires please call 078255 87155.

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 65000 mi
    • Engine size: 2.3
    For sale
  • Land Rover Series I

    £16,995

    Land Rover Series 1 80" 1951 1600cc Lights Through The Grille Original matching number 1600cc engine. Original Buff style log book present. Complete with it's original Scottish registration number SO 9581. The vehicle is very original and has a good bulkhead and chassis. The body panels are very straight for such an old example. There are some imperfections in the paint work in places however it adds to the character of the vehicle and reflects it's age well. The vehicle drives well with no engine or transmission issues. The last owner had the vehicle for 15 years. The vehicle was subject to a body of chassis restoration 12 years ago. The history file notes that the vehicle is believed to have started it's life in Scotland with the AA. There is yellow paint present in places especially around the cappings so although we haven't got any photographs to prove the ex AA use we believe it to be highly likely and will do more research and check the dispatch records. From the MOT history we can see that the vehicle has covered 2000 miles since 1989 and so has clearly had very little use. Current mileage is 77,695 miles in 1989 it was 75,338 miles although we can't prove this to be the genuine mileage it is more than likely to be correct given the vehicles condition. There are also tax discs dating back to December 1973. This is an ideal vehicle for somebody who is looking for a good usable example. http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk Try our new free valuations service http://www.williamsclassics.co.uk/valuations/ Any trail or inspection welcome, Credit and debit cards accepted, Delivery can also be arranged, P/X welcome, Any enquires please call 078255 87155.

    Last update: 2 Months Old
    • Year: 1951
    • Engine size: 1.6
    For sale