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  1. #1301

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    Nice rig.



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    1963 Series 11A 109, Left hand drive, Koneg PTO winch, ACR 2.8L 5 bearing power plus Engine with weber carb. Truetrac gear driven limited-slip traction rear differential.

  2. #1302
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    [QUOTE=alaskantinbender;106689]Nice rig.QUOTE].

    Thanks - I'm enjoying it! This one had been restored around 1999-2000 and used very little since. I've put in the Global Roamer Overdrive and gone through all the basic systems. It's a blast. The overdrive is such a HUGE plus vs the 1969 Series III I remember from college in 1979-1981. It drives great with the OD and the restoration work at the turn of the century is still very fresh. Overall a great vehicle thus far.

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  3. #1303

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    Hello dear LR series owners;
    Here with my rock band & my 1970 LR SIIa, having a break and getting inspiration at the Andes in Arequipa-Peru, Nevado Chachani.
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    Anonimos Rock Peru
    music: https://soundcloud.com/anonimos-neil
    video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsE...pJMsd027kR1fUA
    Last edited by neil.peru; 05-08-2016 at 01:14 PM.

    Neil M. Salazar, PE

  4. #1304
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    Little Rock, Arkansaw
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny2rovers View Post






    THE FORWARD CONTROL IS FOR SALE
    Price? Other photos? Thanks!
    Steve

    1962 Series IIA 109 Station Wagon
    1994 Defender 90

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    1962 Series IIA 109
    Steve

    1962 Series IIA 109 Station Wagon
    1994 Defender 90

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    1967 Land Rover 109
    1966 Land Rover 109

    Joshua Tyler

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    Josh, don't get rid of that one ever. I've heard of the special 109 that defies gravity but didn't really believe it until you posted pictures. Absolute proof it does exist. Stunning.




    Colin

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    Knoxville, TN
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    Yes, that is a sweet 109. I tried standing on my head to view the photos but I passed out.

    There is an easier way. Post the photos on Imgur.com and use the links they provide in your posts.
    '65 Series IIA, 88'
    '00 Discovery II
    '08 Jaguar xj8
    '95 RRC LWB, deceased.....
    '75 Forward Control GS, 72 FL 64, gone to CA!

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    1967 Land Rover 109
    1966 Land Rover 109

    Joshua Tyler

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    finally have the bugeye on the road and most of the bugs worked out after a multi year rebuild.

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    THING 1 - 1973 88 SIII - SOLD
    THING 2 -1974 88 SIII Daily Driver - SOLD
    THING 3 - 1969 88 SIIA Bugeye Project
    THING 4 - 1971 109 SIIA ExMod - SOLD
    THING 5 - 1958 109 PU
    THING 6 - 1954 86" HT

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