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A833 YWJ – 1984 Land Rover Series 3 “Survivor” Finished in the rare factory colour of “Stratos Blue”, this Land Rover has covered a genuine 33,900 miles from new. We have known “YWJ” since 2007, when we first purchased it with 26,000 miles. Now sporting a sand soft top, it benefits from the “Defender” style adjustable front seats (standard fitting on the last of the series III ), finished in county cloth with matching rear bench seats. Excellent chassis and bulkhead, this is a great Land Rover for someone looking for a very nice un-restored example. The bodywork is very straight and undamaged, save for a small scuff on the drivers side front wing. MOT certificates going back to 1992 – Plus the original “Build Card” that itemises the original specification including Hazard warning lights, rear fog lights and dual circuit brakes with servo. A great survivor.
Land Rover Series 3 Light Weight 1980. 2250 petrol. Overdrive/Superwinch, 7.50 x 16 tyres. Turner Eng head (unleaded). Mot May 2016. Service history file with all maintenance invoices for many years. Chassis waxoyled, LR serviced. Usual Lt Wt extras,good canvas hood, Kenlowe fan, oil cooler, plus lots of light switches and lighter steering! Adjustable towbar, rear guard. £3400. Delivery can be arranged by agreement. DF Eng. David 07767 443447. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RTT 888N – 1974 Land Rover Series 3 – 66,000 miles – Galvanised Chassis Tax Exempt from April 2015 Here we have a delightful Series III Soft Top Land Rover, which has been the subject of a sympathetic rebuild over the last few years. Work has included: Galvanized Chassis Refurbished bulkhead Overdrive Top quality respray in original pastel green Unleaded cylinder head New Weber carburetor New Fuel tank New Distributor New swivels New parabolic springs New Sand Canvas roof The result is a very original feeling low mileage Land Rover, with the benefit of a refurbishment that will ensure it will last for decades to come. Finished in it’s original Pastel green. An extremely understated Land Rover that is a real pleasure to drive.
Land Rover Series 3 SWB 1979 'Pamela' I've been considering selling my Land Rover Series 3 for a while now (I'm 18 and struggle to warrant paying the insurance out on two cars when she just doesn't get used enough), and have therefore decided to put her up for sale. Pamela is a 1979 2.25L Petrol engined SWB Series 3, in fairly tidy condition for her age the only two major issues with her is the A pillars could do with being replaced (this would breath a new lease of life into her, but I don't feel I could do this task justice - so will leave it for the new owner) and the rear door inner frame needs to be replaced or a new rear door fitted. She has MOT until November and is currently Taxed etc (on the road and in use - just not regular enough). Around 84,000 miles on the clock which is fairly accurate as far as I can see. The previous owner had her for 11 years and put very few miles on her - I've have the MOTs for their ownership but nothing beyond that point. All four wheels will be cream before the sale - and the spare wheel for the bonnet which I've had off recently is also in good condition and cream. I have an aftermarket clamp which I used to hold this in place
Land Rover Series III Lightweight 1973, Tax Exempt, MOT until May 2016 Lightweight, Air Transportable, Half Ton Military, Cut Wing.. Call it what you want but these things are the most fun you can have in a Land Rover. Built in 1973 and released by the MOD in 1988. This Lightweight was owned by (sadly no longer with us) Land Rover World Magazine between July 1994 and October 1996, when it was given away by the magazine as a competition prize! As such, I have 14 copies of LRW documenting, with full colour photos, amongst other things: 12 volt re wire Unleaded head fitted by Turner Engineering Front and rear diffs replacement Rear chassis and military rear crossmember replacement (including correct military bumperettes) Bulkhead top rail replacement Replacement hood (or tilt to give it its proper name) At some point after LRW's hard work, somebody has painted it gray. Not me your honour! Actually I think it looks rather good in gray. About a day's work to hand paint it apparently and NATO and Land Rover paints are easily available. The reserve petrol tank has been disconnected and a filler cap fitted to the outside (driver's side behind seat). Th