RTT490H Series 2a RAF Mountain Rescue Ambulance 1969 #283
Extremely rare and very complete Land Rover Series 2A 109” RAF Mountain Rescue ambulance
The 251 chassis number denotes a factory original 109” petrol powered truck, equipped with the series 2.250 cc with G range of engine.
The Series IIA models were introduced in 1961 and were strictly evolutions of the Series II types.
The Series IIA 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 name 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. In the 88” version, and continued until 1972 in the 109” model. They are extremely rare and it is believed that only 4 RAF Mountain Rescue examples of this specification are in existence, and this is certainly one of the most original, fully equipped and best examples.
Stretchers, lights, respirator, blue light, tinted glass, blankets, ventilation system , heater, siren bell,1st aid kit, tool kit, side lockers, new battery.
Perfect for film work, enthusiasts, museum or collector.
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