What a great Series 2a Land Rover this is!
Registered on 23rd March 1966 in the Kirklees area as HCX 218D.
Chassis number 24125580C
This makes it a home Market RHD 2.25 petrol 88"
Tax and MOT exempt
Has an MOT anyway for peace of mind until 16th September 2020.
Last owner for 13 years and only 4 former owners.
Huge history file back to the mid 1980's with many invoices for ongoing maintenance over the years.
Galvanised chassis fitted in 1994 and still looking perfect after all these years!
Engine rebuild in 2014 including rebore and new pistons.
The paintwork is tidy but has a few blemishes as you would expect.
Other invoices for a huge amount of work over the years.
Free wheeling hubs
It really has been loved and cherished over the years.
The original bulkhead had new footwells fitted many years ago and other welding over the years and is in solid condition.
The 2.25 petrol engine starts on the button and ticks over superbly.
It drives very well with excellent performance from the rebuilt engine.
The gearbox and clutch work well with no jumping out of gear.
The steering is very good with no slop or wandering!
I have just done a 40 mile round trip and she performed well throughout.
Ready to use and enjoy with kids/dogs and logging duties or a trip to the pub!
Can be viewed off Junc 14 M4 Near Hungerford Berkshire
Call the details below with any questions or to reserve it.
Transport can be arranged throughout the UK
This is certainly not your average Series III Land Rover, and will suit a Land Rover enthusiast looking for something seriously quick. The 1971 Landy has had an incredibly fit, and very quick V8 engine.....
Just arrived in with us this loverly Landrover 88 is in good usable condition. A vehicle that could be improved as a matter of course whilst being used. Viewing highly recommended more pictures available.....