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Monday, 13 October 2014
1977 LAND ROVER 101 Forward Control Ambulance
Army service record includes Operation Granby during the first Gulf war.
80,000km on the clock
Original 3.5 Rover V8 engine
Engine runs well, has had new HT leads, distributor cap and rotor arm recently.
Completely original and unmolested
MOT and tax have just expired (currently taxed as an ambulance, so it's free)
I have kept it inside for as long as I've owned it.
Recently featured in Land Rover Owner International Magazine
Blue lights pictured have been removed, and replaced with a single blue beacon in the middle of the roof where it should be.
I also have a set of sand ladders and the appropriate mounting brackets that will be included in the sale. (These were fitted by the MOD for its role in the Gulf war)
I'm open to sensible offers, so send me a message if you're interested.
Located Near Porthmadog, North Wales. Viewing welcome. Give me plenty of notice if you want to see it run because it's blocked in the shed by a series 3 ambulance project.