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  1. #1331
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    The 109" looks great. I'm working on a 66 109" now. Judging by your interior seat base color, it appears that marine blue was not the original color. Also, it looks like someone has put on the shorter Series 3 style sill panels (probably due to the unavailability of the longer Series IIA type).

    70-75mph is excellent for a Rover! I'm changing my motor so I can cruise at that speed. What type of Diesel does it have?
    61 II 109" Pickup (future project)
    66 IIA 88" Station Wagon (sold)
    66 IIA 109" Pickup (Restomod, 5MGE, R380)
    67 IIA 109" NADA Wagon (sold)
    88, 2.5TD 110 RHD non-hicap pickup

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  2. #1332
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    4 1/2 years later.
    Full Australian Rego.
    Camino Gold

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    Hi my name is Jason and I'm in Sherwood Park alberta canada eh. bought 3 series 2As 4 years ago on a whim on a failed 700 mile trip to Vancouver island to buy a 70 Monte carlo that turned out to be a POS parts car. short story: empty carhauler + detoured to back roads as accident on highway = three series 2A landrovers dropped off at a friends acreage fast forward to two weeks ago got them home now and trying to figure out where to start....
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  4. #1334
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    Showing you my series,1965 ex MOD, (now 12 volt) 2a. New Frame, engine, transmision rebuild, Right hand drive, twin tanks, military rotary switch, petrol engne, 15 inch wheels. American Staffordshire Terrier, Optional. Cheers lads.
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  5. #1335
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    jason; you've got some good stock to build on there!, don't throw anything away and by and by you'll have some resources and some good vehicles.

  6. #1336
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    Love the Partridge family paint scheme, someone else with a sense of humor who drive a Landrover.

  7. #1337
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    My 1960 109

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    My 1968 Series IIa.

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    I just found and bought this 1966 Land Rover Series II model 88 that my father bought brand new in 66. She is beat up and needs a lot of TLC so if you have a front left fender let me know.

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  10. #1340
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    So here is my 64 109. I've owned it for 14 years. Previous owner did a body off restoration, bought a new 2.5 running gear from Rover. Trany, transfer case and overdrive.Vehicle was a unfinished project when I bought it. It was finished and has been a daily driver since. I live in the upper Mohave Desert in California outside the Sierra Nevada's, so area's to explore are unlimited!

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    1964 Series IIA 109

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