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Chassis number: 95103943A Registration number: KHP625N This lightweight 'Air Portable' variant on the 88" chassis has the 2,286cc petrol engine. Introduced on the Series IIA, the so-called lightweight (½ ton) model was specially adapted for transportation by the helicopters then in service with Britain's Armed Forces, the principal departure from standard specification being a narrowing of the vehicle by 4", while much of the body was made de-mountable. Development of larger and more powerful transport aircraft and helicopters soon made the 'lightweight' specification redundant, but the British Army appreciated the model's stripped-down simplicity and it was adopted as the standard short-wheelbase military Land Rover. This particular vehicle went into service in 1975 in Northern Ireland and comes with a copy of its service record and its old MoD numberplates. It was sold at auction in Northern Ireland in June 1991 & was acquired by the previous owner in 2006 and restored in 2009. Works carried out included installing a REME-reconditioned 'crate' engine; fitting a new chassis cross-member at the rear; converting the electrics from 24 to 12 volts; and fitting an Accuspark electronic
1981 Land Rover Series 3 2.25 Diesel Hard Top in marine Blue with cream roof and side panels, galvanised chassis, currently being refurbished, new wings, complete doors with glass, rear door, all door hinges, A Posts, stainless bolt kit, footwells replaced, galvanised all cappings, new tyres suspension and brakes, to many new parts to list, ready end of feb 2015, your welcome to come along and view as we progress, 1 owner from new only covered 81000 miles £14995 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. Between 3 and 100 characters. Must be a valid email address. Between 5 and 100 characters. Min 5, max 5000 characters. Please complete the captcha. Copyright © 2015 Silkstone 4x4. All Rights Reserved.
for offer is my much loved series 3 109 utility unfortunately other projects and lack of storage in the new year force sale so grab yourself a bargain. I purchased this vehicle sadly half finished earlier this summer after it had been dry stored since 1997 by it previous keeper, at which in that time it had undergone a rolling ground up restoration with a difference throughout the years. I was lucky enough to purchase it unfinished from a family friend and have had the pleasure owning her since. It is a series 3 109" registered in 1973 she was originally a diesel 2.25, but since converted with a re manufactured Turner engineering 2.5 petrol engine, fitted with performance flowed head and twin Webber carburettor and manifold,V8 starter/alternator at the cost of £2600 also fitted was a re con series 3 gearbox and new fairly overdrive. The chassis was rebuilt ground up to military spec replacing every mechanical and cosmetic component with new, this including rebuilt Salisbury axles, extended sping hanger mountings, parabolic springs, new military fuel tank and much more.The body being in bad shape from years of work also underwent complete restoration by a local coach work co
This 1974 short-wheelbase 88” Series III petrol joined the previous owner's family back in 1984 when it was purchased from the Hampton Heath Motor company in Malpas. Transferred into the his son's name in 2000 from his father, it has covered just 1,700 miles since 2009, the car having been put into storage a year or so ago and unused since. It remains in standard condition, its hard top being fitted with the less common split-tailgate. The car has been refreshed by ourselves which has included a new MOT, a full respray, new wheels and interior and a full inspection/service. With all service items replaced including the carburettor this vehicle runs beautifully and as it dates from 1974 will shortly enjoy tax exempt status as a Historic Vehicle. A perfect addition to any family!
this is a swb diesel landrover first registered 01/08/1974 in need of renovation as it has been stood on the farm for 8 years , i am selling on behalf of a friend and i have just brought this back from his home in france where it has been under a lean to unused for his says approx 8 years , up until 3 years ago he used to run the engine once or twice a year but when i collected it it was buried under his old building covered in ivy etc so winched it onto my vehicle and brought it home , it has the old blue registration document with it and also a hanes manual, i have taken plenty of pictures of it but if you need more please ask, also i know nothing about these vehicles so please ask me if you need me to look at certain things etc ,i can deliver anywhere at a reasonable price