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- Reportedly 'a very original vehicle that has been lightly restored' - Credible but unwarranted 66,000 miles, new interior / hood - Body, paint, engine, gearbox, electrics 'very good', interior trim 'excellent' Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: 'Very Good' Engine: 'Very Good' Electrical Equipment: 'Very Good' Paintwork: 'Very Good' Transmission: 'Very Good' Interior Trim: 'Excellent'
WE HAVE FOR SALE A EX MILITARY 109 LAND ROVER WE HAVE HAD THE ENGINE RUNNING AND TRIED THE GEARBOX BOTH ARE GOOD THE CHASSIS NEEDS WELDING AT THE FRONT THE REAR HAS ALL BEEN DONE NEW REAR SPRINGS AND SHOCKS NEEDS DOORS AND TOPS LITTLE WORK TO THE BULKHEAD GOOD TYRES WE ARE SELLING THIS WITH NO WARRANTY SOLD AS SEEN FOR SPARES OR REPAIR ONLY YOU ARE WELCOME TO COME AND INSPECT MUST BE COLLECTED ANY MORE INFO CALL DAVE ON 01543 572134
We are delighted to offer this superb driving, hugely reliable Land Rover Series III onto the market. The Land Rover has had one owner in France for the past five years and has been driven on a regular basis and kept in excellent mechanical order. The previous French owner bought a LHD VW Microbus from us, drove the Land Rover through Northern France, took a ferry to Portsmouth and then drove over to Dover to meet our driver. The Land Rover was then transported to Yorkshire and the VW made the trip back to France by road reliably. In June 2011 'The Land Rover Centre' in Huddersfield collected the vehicle from Worcestershire and quickly sold the Land Rover to the previous owner in France. The West Yorkshire 'Landy' specialists carried out a soft top conversion prior to meeting the new owner at Stanstead airport. The Land Rover made the trip to France by road faultlessly and has proven completely reliable, usable and fabulous to own. The Series III Land Rover left the UK freshly serviced, recently MOT tested and with a brand new soft top, exceptional leather seats and in all round lovely condition. Five years later and now back in the UK, awaiting UK re-registration, the Land Rover i
- Reportedly built as a 24-volt Radio Command Vehicle, credible 32,400 miles - Last owner reputedly served with the vehicle and acquired it upon demobbing - Resident in the South of France for the last decade or so, 2.25 litre petrol Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: 'Average' Engine: 'Excellent' Electrical Equipment: 'Good' Paintwork: 'Poor, Mostly Original' Transmission: 'Very Good' Interior Trim: 'Average'