Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to represent this rugged
1976 Land Rover Series III truck! Though inspired by the World War
II jeep, the Land Rover immediately distinguished itself from all
other cars. From launch, it was the first mass-produced civilian
four-wheel drive car with doors on it, and an available hard roof.
Contrary to conventional car and truck chassis, it used a sturdier
fully box-welded frame. Furthermore, due to post-war steel
shortage, and aluminum surplus, Land Rovers received non-rusting
aluminum alloy bodies, favoring their longevity. The series III is
the most common series vehicle, with 440,000 of the type built from
1971 to 1985.This particular 1976 Series III was imported to the
United States recently from South Africa. Recently refinished in a
Dark Grey, this truck features a reupholstered interior and tough
safari look! Power is sent to the rear wheels by an Inline
6-Cylinder motor backed by a 4-Speed Manual Transmission. Recent
work includes comprehensive suspension and brake work in 2019, and
the carburetor, starter, and ignition wiring replaced prior to
consignment. If you're in the market for a truck with proven
dependability, an awesome South African look, and the fun of right
hand drive, this 1976 Land Rover Series III is for you!
1976 Land Rover Series III
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