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Imperial War Museum, Duxford

 
  Lot 10
 

1963 Land Rover 88 Series IIA

Sold for £12,938

(including buyers premium)


Lot details

Registration No: BHT 617A
Chassis No: 24107635A
MOT: Exempt

  • Updated with Defender TDi engine, gearbox and brakes
  • Electric windows and power steering
  • Recent turbo kit and attention paid to the braking system

A sympathetic update of its much-loved predecessor, the Land Rover Series II was introduced in April 1958. The Series II accounted for some 62,000 sales in its first two years of production.

This interesting ‘Landie’ was, for many years, previously owned by an elderly couple who loved the vehicle's classic shape but hankered after something easier to drive, even going to the trouble to install electric windows and power steering. So, at considerable expense, they had the key mechanicals professionally updated courtesy of the diesel engine, 5-speed gearbox, suspension, braking system, dashboard and various other fittings from a 1995 Land Rover TDi. The IIA has recently had a turbo kit fitted and work completed on the braking system and an oil service. 'BHT 617A' is finished in Cream over Green that's complemented by Black interior trim. The indicated mileage currently stands at an entirely credible 125,615 miles. By the time of the Series IIA of 1961-1971, Land Rover production was at its all-time peak of over 60,000 vehicles per annum. The model is considered by many to be the most durable of all Series variants.

For more information, please contact:
James McWilliam
james.mcwilliam@handh.co.uk
07943 584760

 

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