1968 Land Rover Series 2A 109 LWB. The Tray Back ” # 221
Ingenious and usable. Stylish and beautiful. Cheap to run. Fun to own and a real head-turner… if you can say the same thing about you life partner we’ll consider a part-exchange . (let’s not go there)
Been the object of hours of love and built by a guy who knew what he wanted to achieve, he just didn’t finish it…
Runs and drives well magnificently.
chassis: mint /as new . no rust. Let me re-phrase that: NO RUST
Perfect bulkhead with NO RUST..
Perfect floor pans , foot wells : NO RUST
Excellent wings: with no filler or repairs
perfect doors, not rust… getting bored now.
brand new door tops..yes, predictably…with no rust
New Carb & air filter.
New rear tub with drop down removable sides.. hence trayback, custom built in quality rounded edge box section, with new marine treated 18ml decking and new fittings and hinges.
lift up front wings and bonnet, all excellent panels
Correct instruments, knobs dials and switches. Cast aluminium rear window catches. Weird steering wheel with truckers folding knob.
Good tires, correct rims in exclnt order that are disparate colour.
The man with the plan intended to have a single 3 in- a-row bench seats.. love the idea. easy to complete, Aunty Fanny can run that up on her Singer swing machine or any upholster can do it for a few quid… alternatively you can refit either the plain flat Series seat as used by Major Bumsore and the rivet counters or go for the Deluxe version for £190 new from Fleabay
Great Patina with lovely sign writing on the door
Lovely simple to complete, though you could drive it away as it is and use . A real head turner. Great publicity/promotional vehicle or workhorse.
Full of charm. No tax to pay! No MOT…how cool is that?
Running correct 2.25 petrol engine.
Truck cab body.
Fully operational Series gearbox and transfer box.
V5 present. registered as hysterical historic vehicle petrol Light 4×4 Utility
Perfect for work/play/logging/going down the pub* or transporting post lock-down fatties in the back.
Stick-on hipster beard, check shirt, ripped jeans and Redwing boots supplied at a small extra charge.
*Google says: (I had to look it up): Down the Pub: This is a British phrase that can have a few meanings but typically is used to let friends know where you are or to ask them if they want to go to the pub with you. You might also say that you met or saw someone “down the pub” as a descriptor for where something happened.
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