Finished in classic bronze green and fitted with the 3.5 litre V8 Rover engine with SU carbs, the HUMP has lots going for it. Sitting on heavy duty Weller wheels with its original for speed high lo ratio Series gearbox with diff locks deluxe bonnet, bonnet mounted spare wheel kit, checker plate wing tops, snorkel, whippy aerial and CB radio, the truck is fully ULEZ compliant, registered on the V5 as a light 4×4 utility, historic vehicle with 3528 CC engine
The chassis number would designate it as originally being produced as a petrol 88 B series of the 2A run.
Fitted with its original tailgate and galvanised trim the vehicle is equipped a custom-built exhaust system, rear lift handles, original instruments plus some extra gauges such as oil pressure gauge voltmeter and lots of gizmos.
Showing 33114 miles on its odometer today, So would have covered 802 miles in 11 years.
DVLA records show it as manufactured in 1965 and registered on the 18th of August 1965
MOT records show that the vehicle was last MOTed in July 2010 where is it covered 32,312 miles and had very few advisories:
26/07/2010 17:10 Pass
Mileage: 32312 miles
Advisory Notices: Nearside front front wheel bearing has slight play (2.5.a.3c), Front headlamp deteriorated but light output not reduced (1.7.5a) Nearside rear rear wheel bearing has slight play (2.6.2) Both front footwells holed and corroded.
The Series IIA 88-inch utilities (1961-1971) Fact Sheet
The Series IIA models were introduced in 1961 and were strictly evolutions of the Series II types. They took their name from a change in the Land Rover chassis numbering system. Instead of a new prefix code for every model-year, there was now a suffix letter which changed whenever important specification changes were made. The first vehicles with this new system had an A suffix, and so became Series IIA models. As the code letters changed, however (finishing at H in 1971), the model-type illogically remained unchanged as Series IIA! There were two major phases of Series IIA production. Early models had their headlights in the grille, but with the Suffix G models in April 1969 came a switch to wing-mounted headlights.. The 88-inch Series IIA models were available with either the 2.25-litre petrol engine first seen in the Series II types, or with a new diesel engine, enlarged to 2.25 litres from the 2-litre Series II type. The final examples (Suffix H from February 1971) had an all-synchromesh gearbox. Most IIAs came in Bronze Green, but there were six other colours: Beige, Dark Grey, Light Green, Light Grey, Marine Blue and Poppy Red, the latter for fire engines. Seats were grey until October 1968, when they switched to black.
The V5 and other documentation are present and correct. HPI clear. Clear title.
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