now if it was LHD ....
price is $5500
I finally dug this thing out, nicer than I remember.
Rare, as in 600 produced in 1969. Military service paperwork. Wisconsin title in my name.
This is a project IT DOES NOT RUN. Original body, straight pretty corrosion free.
Its like working on a old jeep without rust.
Chassis is straight and solid. Someone in England put a Range Rover 3.5. Aluminum V8 with twin Stromberg carburetors in it. This thing embarrassed Defender 90s But the ride is a little rougher. Ran awesome until the series II tranny failed. I have a rebuilt Rovers North Lt95 transmission and transfer case & a 2nd for parts. Also have an Series II transmission & T-case. Rare Fairly over drive. A few Land Rover manuals. And other bits and pieces.
Right-hand drive is a blast to drive, I back through McDonald's and the bank.
A transmission needs to be installed, then you should go through the brakes. The truck has been sitting indoors for many years. I have cleaned and lined the fuel tank. I have also started it with fresh fuel to keep in lubed. The expensive parts are all there. The truck is complete. The white pickup cap is removable
Very few modifications, if someone wanted to return it to stock. I built duplicate front bumper out of eighth inch square tube, and lots of hammering. I also replaced rear bumperettes with handles. I still have bumperettes. Other Rover bit come with.
Truck is located in Sullivan, Wi.
The Truck and all the Rover stuff I have $5,500.
The LT 95 cost $2,500
Fairly overdrive was $1,500.
Faux leather manual was $375.
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Porsche 944 or 924, 928, 914,,,, 911 while I'm dreaming.
Cool vintage camper
Side by side that can plow
Golf cart with dump box
Trees for campground in Door County.
4-post car lift
no thanks whatever I tell you, you will low ball me
I would rather keep the parts in storage
good luck with your search