This is a rather rare beast!
Chassis number 32000037H was one of only 41 Series 2a Diesel Home Market RHD 7 seat Station Wagons of this designation made from 1965 to 1971!
Registered as XOM 354J on April 20th 1971 by Birmingham District Council it remained in Birmingham all its life until I brought it to Berkshire!
The original 2.25 diesel engine was worn out so it was replaced with a fully rebuilt correct 2.25 petrol engine over 20 years ago which is correctly shown on the V5 reg document.
Up to date V5 present along with MOT until March 27th 2018
Original chassis plate present and in correct place on the bulkhead
Only 4 previous keepers!
Many people claim that their Land Rover is a station Wagon but 99% are converted.
This must be one of the last 2a's to be built.
They were extremely expensive when new hence few were sold to to purchase tax on cars which this was classed as.
It has never been restored just very well maintained over the years.
The last owner had it for 20 years and there is a comprehensive maintenance log with all receipts over this period.
Only 18500 miles covered over the last 20 years with all MOTs to prove.
Thousands spent over the years with receipts.
It has just had 4 new tyres fitted and the wheels were shotblasted and painted
New radiator fitted and points and condensor.
Free wheeling Hubs
Overdrive fitted which is nice and quiet.
Full synchromesh gearbox which were only fitted to the last Station Wagons built to test them for the Series 3.
Chassis is superb having been waxoyled regularly.
Bulkhead very good and solid, the footwells have been repaired and are solid.
The bodywork was repainted over a year ago and looks very smart.
Drives very well and is ready to use and enjoy.
This is great for taking the kids/dogs out and maybe a bit of logging?
Can be viewed off Junc 14 M4 Near Hungerford Berkshire
Transport can be arranged throughout the UK
Call the details below to arrange a viewing or reserve it!
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