Friday, 14 July 2017

Land Rover 90 V8 EFI Gas conversion

Sellers Comments - Land Rover 90 V8 3.5 EFI with Lucas gas conversion. Unfortunately it has become time to sell the much loved Landy due to having too not using it enough, it only cover 350 miles between MOT's and also having a baby on the way. It is a 1984 with 106,000m on the clocK please note the registration was a private plate put on by the previous owners should be on a B plate . It is an original v8 although the carburettor engine was replace when the gas was fitted. I have owned the 90 for 4 years now and in that time I have replace the suspension, fitted AT tyres and had the ignition overhauled,and tuned. It's also had a new larger battery and new positive and earth wires fitted. I brought it as a bit of a project having always wanted a landy. The engine had received an overhaul shortly before I brought it ( head gaskets etc where done, and I have all the receipts for this) It has also been fortunate enough to have had a chassis replacement in the past I think it was about 10 years ago again have a receipt somewhere. I took the old girl for an MOT in June and as always passed with very little effort. It only had to have new track rod ends. The only thing that really lets it down is the paint. Ideally it could do with a respray and a wax oil. Please look at the pictures they should give a good indication to the condition which is very original for its age. There is also a picture showing some of the spares that come with it. It is 33 years old and therefore a classic so unfortunately I cant offer any warranty in anyway shape or form. so will be sold as seen. viewing is welcome, and I'm sure the first to view will want to buy it's one of the most genuine Land Rover 90's on the road. It's ready for work, play or pleasure and I will genuinely be sad to see it go. if you have any questions please get in contact and viewing can be arranged. I reserve the right to remove at anytime as it is advertised elsewhere and cash on collections or cleared funds before collection. Happy bidding

Landrover series 3 - 88

Sellers Comments - Landrover series 3 1980-just passed its Mot-got receipt spent £500 no welding required underneath is ok. comes with loads of spares spares list gearbox differential complete front wing front wing skin nearside door near side door top with windows offside door top with glass new runners for both windows dash board top plus a box of bits and bobs-filters grease etc. Drives perfectly,gearbox good no whines -goes up and down with no problem 4 off road tyres and wheels with thousands of miles left on them,cd player,cb radio, it had a 2.5 tdi fitted some years ago-has bucket seats,4 point harness,roll bar. really nice car to drive-selling as I have no longer time to use getting in the way-too busy!! no paypal-cash on collection please £3750

Land Rover 1971 Series 2A LPG Petrol Tax Exempt with Sankey Trailer Full MOT

Sellers Comments - Series 2A Land Rover, with dual fuel capability. 109" 4x4 LWB. Manufactured in 1971, it is now 46 years old and still going strong. Everything works as it should. It is used mainly for the occasional big shop, trip down the beach, the odd show, or just mooching around with the kids, because they love it with the top down, or just opened up. Everything is good, bulkhead, chassis, it's been welded here and there, there is some aluminium corrosion, it has a dent in the rear o/s, and bears the scars of a 46 year old, weeps a bit of oil, but nothing to worry about between services, but most endearingly, has not yet failed an MOT. It has had the odd advisory over the years, but they are always dealt with before the next MOT. It has manual locking front hubs, overdrive, and a hand throttle, should you wish to add a power take off. I have owned it now for 14 years and it has NEVER let me down. It had 44 something, thousand miles on the clock when I bought it, which I have no idea was genuine or not. Now it has nearly 88,000. It is bouncy, rattly, draughty, leaky, smelly, slow, scruffy, all in, it is just a posh tractor but I love it. In my view, the best 4x4 by far. I now though, have to part with it, for something more sleek, and kinder to my old bones. When I bought it, it had just had some new foot wells fitted, which I still haven't got round to painting. I still have the paint though. It also had an unleaded cylinder head fitted too and LPG. It has slightly wider than stock, Wella wheels, with good tyres. Last year, soft ride springs were fitted all round, which are anything but soft, unless it is loaded. Drive over a Cherry pip at speed and you will hit your head on the roof. I am sure they will soften with time. I also replaced the full canvas top, with a Dutch Military, rubberised canvas one. They last twice as long as the regular canvas version, for the same money, if you can find one. It comes with the truck cab too, and a 3 1/4 canvas to go with it, which I some times fit in the winter months, if it gets cold. Or you can just take the lot off, fold the screen onto the bonnet, and enjoy the lovely hot summer days with the wind and the bugs in your face. No surprise the farmers loved this pick up, you can't do that with a Nissan, or similar, can you. Also included, are the 2 seats where the gas tank is now, it was a 7 seater once. There is also a spare tail gate, with a pick and shovel attached, should you want to go to any of the shows, or off roading. Also included is a brass, ex military, radio mast, hand pump and fittings, should you like to spend months in the wilds, and you get a puncture. There are some door rubbers too, should you wish to fit them. Included in the sale is a scruffy, but perfectly usable, very sturdy, no rot, Sankey Trailer, to load all your camping gear, dump the garden rubbish down the tip, etc. I have a few other spares too. New brake shoes and cylinders, glass, in case the screen goes, alternator and starter motor, knackered, but ready for nipping down to autoparts, for that recon exchange when you suspect a failure, and more I can not remember. I have all the MOT tickets. Etc etc. I do recommend you view the vehicle prior to bidding, for your own peace of mind. To arrange a viewing, I can be contacted on, 07732 771207. 18.00 to 06.00 is good, as I work a night shift at the moment. So, you are bidding for a healthy Land Rover package. Happy bidding. I have also advertised locally so will cancel this auction if it sells.

Land Rover Defender Soft Top 90 N/A Diesel Ex military v5 present, Owned for 20 years

Sellers Comments - Land Rover 90 Ex Military GS Currently owned for over twenty years Used every day has been well maintained throughout this time not abused or modified MOT till May 2018 Drives very well No electrics, no computers, no sat nav, no parking aids just no nonsense!

Landrover Lightweight Historic

Sellers Comments - 12V Petrol Landrover Lightweight Correctly registered as Historic vehicle ( zero tax and cheap to insure) A good combination of a classic vehicle with sensible modifications as follows -parabolic springs -Ashcroft transmission transfer gearing -X engineering disc handbrake free wheeling hubs -recent alternator -recent new clutch and exhaust -spare wheel carrier on rear -Halogen headlights - recent canvas roof -2 map lights and interior lights and clock -laminated screens -recent new top bulkhead (rare and expensive) - electronic distributor -Zeus front disc brake conversion -hight torque starter motor -sony radio in cubby box -rear roll cage -webber carburettor -electric fuel pump -rear seat benches -locking doors two keys. This vehicle was bought for my son who found a job in America. The vehicle has therefore done 1000 miles in 2 years been serviced twice in that time and regularly started moved and looked after. The vehicle has been kept covered and has to go. When purchased the previous owner stated that the engine was a new unit from Williams specialist vehicles. The owner had however lost all the paperwork so cannot confirm it. Vehicle is a 40 year old military lightweight landrover don't expect modern motoring. Has had some welding the the chassis in the past For negotiation or if the price is right may include -two spare half doors with locks and keys (this allows the vehicle to be fully open with no windows the doors are match painted to the vehicle) -bimini cover brand new -fume curtain -union jack front cover on the front as shown -spare battery. Will not accept silly offers but you are welcome to view in Malvern (near Worcester) Payment by cash banker draft or cheque.(Paypal fees too high) Cleared funds required before the vehicle will be released. Payment 3 days after close of auction or it will be resold.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Land Rover Defender 110 200 Tdi Csw Met Green 12 Seater 3 Owners Galvanized Chassis & Roof Rack Card Px Swaps Nice Motor



Sellers Comments - 55 PLATE LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90 COUNTY AUTOBIOGRAPHY EDITION TD5 In Zambezi Silver and Santorini Black with contrasting black 1/2 leather interior, Heated screens, Factory fitted Air con, Re-built onto a Galvanised chassis. This vehicle has just been fitted with all new extras, Sawtooth alloys, All terrain tyres, DRL Bumper, Upgraded grill and vents, NAS rear lights and bumperettes, Fire and Ice side steps, Upgraded radio, Just had a major service including 12 Months MOT. Stunning vehicle throughout

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Land Rover Defender 90 County Station Wagon

Seller Comments -In good condition and running well, full service history. There are a few minor paint defects but otherwise in working order.

Land Rover Series 2a 109" Central Electricity Generating Board Original paint!!

Sellers Comments - This has got to be unique! Only two owners, the first was the Central Electricity Generating Board who owned it from 1969 until 1989 when it was sold off. Ordered by the CEGB in orange direct from the Rover factory The next owner clearly loved and cherished it as it is in remarkably original and sound condition. Thank goodness for some reason he didn't paint it! Most of the original livery is in place and the rest could be easily put back on. When released from the CEGB it had 24,997 miles on the clock and it now has 58,848 miles showing. Correct type 2.25 petrol engine fitted which starts on the key and goes well. Superb sound chassis and excellent bulkhead. The gearbox is good and it has a near silent overdrive as well! Fitted with a superb Ramsey electric winch in 1985 which works well. All MOTs from 1989 until 2004 when it was stored away. Exhumed by me a few months ago and then recommissioned including brakes, exhaust,clutch and many other things. This will look great at shows as no one else will have one! New MOT until 4th July 2018. Tax exempt

Sunday, 2 July 2017

Land Rover Series 1 SWB 88 inch. Superb Chassis and Bulkhead Drives Nicely - Ideal for a Running Restoration

Sellers Comments - 1957 (May) Series 1 88" Chassis Number: 113701219 Imported From Australia Great condition 88" - drives nicely, brakes steering and gearbox all feel fine, an easy running restoration. Fitted with Series later 2.25 petrol which runs well. The chassis is quite remarkable in being very rust free as is the bulkhead. UK Registered as 825 UYV - historic vehicle £7,500 including VAT (£6,250 plus VAT)