1967 Series IIA NADA 109 For Sale - $19,500
1967 Series IIA NADA 109 4 Door Wagon
Serial # 34300083A (#83 of 811 in North America)
***US Spec LEFT HAND DRIVE***
Color - Limestone (original paint color)
4 Door (it is the 109 with two forward facing benches and two center facing in the rear)
51,521 miles on the ODO
Price - $19,500
I know that I will regret this decision, but I am selling my 1967 Series IIA wagon...which is, in my mind, the quintessential, iconic Land Rover. For over a year, I searched for an all-original NADA 109 to use as our family's (and my own) fun run-around vehicle in Santa Barbara, CA. However, I am needing to sell one of my fun vehicles.
This 109 is Serial Number 34300083A, so it is number 83 of only 811 of these wagons shipped to the US and Canada. It is unclear how many of these LRs still exist, but they are certainly hard to find. It has no crazy additions to it like I have seen on many of these trucks. It is clear that the prior owners appreciated the truck as Land Rover originally shipped them over the Atlantic, and I wanted to keep it original as well.
My understanding is that a former Atlanta owner commissioned a partial restoration at Blue Ridge Rovers...experts at restoration of antique land rovers. The wagon has an original LR 2.6 liter straight V-6 that, I was told, was a *new* replacement with the same type of engine in the truck...the original engine apparently had some issues. Since I have owned the Rover, I had about $6,000 of mechanical and brake work (completely new Series LR drum brakes) done to the car to get it up to snuff to take around town. A far as I can tell, it is in great shape mechanically and all around. The chassis and the rest of the truck has little to no rust...the undercarriage is in great shape.
The interior of the truck is in very good shape for a 1967 truck, but to restore it to its original luster, it needs some work. I have the original door cards, but they are not restored. I was going to get new ones from Badger, but I have not had the time. If this matters to the new owner, Badger can get those done in either the original elephant hide or black. The seats are all in excellent shape, but are not the original elephant hide...they have been replaced fairly recently (before I purchased it) with a grey vinyl that looks like the original elephant hide vinyl. The existing headliner is the original, but it has a rip in the back right side. I have a new headliner kit from Badger I will include with the sale. I have not had time to install it, but I understand it doesn't take much time to do this.
The truck will come with miscellaneous parts…most of which came with the truck when I purchased it. It located in Santa Barbara, California and is tagged in California.