Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1971 Land Rover Series IIA
109 pickup. This 109 was originally stationed in Antwerp, Belgium
as a military ambulance, though it reportedly spent most if its
career parked under a Quonset hut and didn't see any combat, which
is reflected in the overall good condition of the body. This rugged
Rover has been under current ownership here in Atlanta for several
years now, and used primarily as a fun around-town car.
Under the bonnet is the 2.25 liter inline-four cylinder gasoline
engine, which runs smoothly and has been recently serviced with
fluid changes, a belt adjustment, rear main seal, and an oil pan
gasket. It's mated to a four-speed manual transmission and
two-speed transfer case. A new clutch slave cylinder was fitted
during the recent service along with new lines. Brakes lines were
replaced as well.
Refinished in its current shade of green under present ownership,
the paint shows nicely and the body is straight. The front seats
are finished in black vinyl and the rear benches have been
upholstered in Land Rover logo fabric. A hi-lift jack is mounted
behind the front seats. The canvas top is discolored from being
pressure washed, but a new one has been ordered and will go with
the truck at the time of sale.
These early Land Rovers are tough, cool, and easy to own. Perfectly
suited for local driving, but they're just as happy put to work on
a farm or hunting property. For more information about this 1971
Land Rover Series IIA 109 pickup for sale at Motorcar Studio in
Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1971 Land Rover Series IIA
Exterior Color:Dark Green
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