Freshly imported from Cordoba, Spain. 1975 Land Rover 109 Santana. 2.25L four-cylinder diesel, mated to a four-speed transmission. Cosmetically restored a couple years ago, wearing sharp limestone paint under a white roof and color matched wheels. Front seats were replaced, the middle row is original and in great shape. Recently serviced here in Virginia. Chassis and body are very rust free. Please see frame photos below. Currently located in Richmond VA and conveys with a clear Virginia title.
1975 Land Rover 109 Santana
- 2.25L Four Cylinder diesel / four speed transmission
- Cosmetically restored in early 2015
- Currently has seating for 6; front seats new
- Clear VA Title, in Richmond VA
Offered at $17,500
Exterior: Paint shows well, and is approximately a year and a half old. The limestone body looks great against the white roof and white wheels. No bubbling shows around bulkhead, nor is there any rust or rot on the chassis. One spot of oxidization evident above driver's side passenger door, right at the drain, and is about an inch long. Spare tire mounts on rear door; currently stored in the rear.
Interior: Seating for six, with front seats reupholstered. Middle row is original and in good condition. Missing horn pad and sun visors. Dashboard, floors, and other trim all in good shape. Lights, switches, and gauges all work.
Drivetrain: 2.25L diesel recently serviced, to include new injectors and head gasket. Coolant system serviced (hoses, thermostat, radiator cap), and the steering box rebuilt. Truck starts easily. Synchros for 2nd/3rd show signs of wear, and truck may benefit from a rebuilt transmission or five-speed swap in the future.
Please drop us a note if you're interested. Thanks so much!
Bill & Paul
We've posted before, but to reintroduce ourselves: We've started a small vehicle importation company focused on bringing antiques back from Spain. It's a fun project that lets us see, touch, and drive some neat classic cars and trucks we might not otherwise have the opportunity to. We're a two man operation, with Paul based in Javea, Spain, and the other (me) here in Virginia. Our focus is to shed light on the otherwise murky process of bringing vehicles back from overseas and bring some honestly and transparency to the process. To that end, Paul works hard to document the process of finding the vehicle, capturing a story and photos on the trucks. We bring some transparency to bare by selling our trucks through a dealer. This truck is being offered by Japanese Classics, LLC in Richmond VA where it comes with a clear VA Title.
Our company is called Valencia Classic Vehicles. Our website is here:
Valencia Classic Vehicle Consulting