Very rare and possibly unique. A variation of the ww2 willys jeep was manufactured under licence by mahindra of bombay (mumbai) in the nineties and this is a rare surviving example. Originally believed to be red in colour this vehicle had started life on a caravan site delivering mail. Laundry and so on and the first mot being in 2014 at only 842 miles would appear to back this up. The jeep has since been well cared for with bills to show maintenance every year back to then. A 2.1 litre diesel engine from peugeot was the big selling point when new and this example starts and pulls willingly enough. Gearbox, 4wd and hi/low all seem to work fine
heres a comprehensive list of equipment you don't get with the jeep.
traction control no
any sort of canopy nah none whatsoever ya big girl!
heater nope see above
power steering nahhhh
do they self cancel? no
seat belts got 'em
doors doors are for amateurs!
keys 2 sets, so thats nice
big manly tyres grrrrrr yeh
sunroof the biggest available
cold air fan nope
folding windscreen yeahhhh
handbrake well the lever is there and is moves quite eagerly but..
lots of switches to play with ? well theres the indicators wipers and lights but not much else.
theres nothing in the whole world to make a price comparison to this bit of history so it's offered to you at a couple of quid under five grand. thats the price with all its faults and foibles, july 2020 mot no offers, no monthly payment options just cold hard cash or slightly warmer but equally hard bank transfer,
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