1975 Shorland MKIII all finished and ready to rule your town.
1970' Shorland MK 3 APC $22k
Selling another Shorland MKIII APC for a client. Runs and drives. Fitted with all sorts of crazy stuff. Smoke dischargers, spare tire mount, jerry can holders fake cannon, radio system, a heater, drivers seat moved back so you dont need to be a midget to drive it. These drive way better and are a 100 times more usable then a Ferret. It will carry 3 comfortably and 4 for shot trips.m
My Shorland averaged about 10-12mpg and when running right would do 55-60. Weights in at 6,000lbs. I towed mine behind my 04 Range Rover with no problems. Pretty much everything is standered series's 3 so parts are very easy and cheap to find.
I sold mine in June for $24,000 that was not nearly this cool. a
Price is $22K. Located in UT and has a title.
Give me a call any time
MK 3 backround info
The bulk of Mark 3 Shorlands were on Series III Land Rovers using a 2625 cc 6 cylinder petrol engine developing 91 bhp at 4100 rpm. The earlier marks of Shorland having been based on Series IIA Land Rovers had to have the headlights moved from the radiator area to the wings to comply with export lighting requirements. Besides the export market, the armour protection was compromised by accommodating the headlights into the radiator area and no doubt also reduced the efficiency of radiator cooling. This migration of headlights to the wings always gave a rather homemade appearance. However the early Mark 3 was still based on a Series IIA Land Rover, but as these were late Series IIA Land Rovers, they already had the headlights in the wings. The bulk of Mark 3 Shorlands were on Series III Land Rovers using a 2,625 cc 6-cylinder petrol engine developing 91 bhp at 4,100 rpm. But the Mark 2 was still in production, customers who wanted Shorlands for particularly arduous terrain were offered the Mark 3. Over 500 Mark 3 Shorlands have been Sold.
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