1964 Land-Rover, Series IIA, 88" wheel base - I am the second
owner of this vehicle. Has never run since I purchased it in the
This vehicle has been disassembled, and now reassembled.
The original miles when the vehicle last ran was just below 41,000.
Great bones for a full restoration. Safari Roof.
Will need to be re-painted, was original Sandstone color.
Firewall minimal corrosion. Items missing are: gas tank, exhaust, exhaust manifold and odometer. I am uncertain which other small parts may be missing. 5th Rim available (see photo of parts in back of vehicle).
Photos show the seats that will need to be re-upholstered. I have the original shipping and all the maintenance documents for this vehicle. I also have the original parts and shop manual, (copyright late 1950's to early 1960's) for this vehicle.
Left hand drive.
Vehicle is in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.
Sold WHERE IS, AS IS. Free and clear Idaho title available.
Please Email with your questions. Thanks for looking!
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